Pepper Spray Videos
Video captures students being pepper sprayed at an Ohio school
School says it was part of a voluntary program to teach kids about law and public safety.
Trump responds to protesters across the country demanding his tax returns
The president responded to thousands of protesters around the US over the weekend, tweeting "Someone should look into who paid for the small organized rallies yesterday.
Protesters rally around the country demanding to see President Trump's tax returns
The protests took place in about 150 cities and towns around the country with the singular goal of demanding that the president release his tax returns.
Tax Day protests in Berkley, California, turn violent
Protests also took place in dozens of cities nationwide, demanding that President Trump release his tax returns.
White House plots path forward after health care loss
ABC News' David Wright and George Stephanopoulos track the latest political news.
Man allegedly jumps White House fence
Jonathan Tran, 26, is being held in federal custody without bail after he allegedly jumped over the White House fence and approached the South Portico door while Trump was at the White House.
Free Speech Questions After Canceled Milo Yiannopoulos UC Berkeley Event
President Trump weighed in after the ultra-conservative provocateur and journalist was prevented from speaking at the university when peaceful protests on campus turned violent.
Speech by Breitbart Editor Canceled as Berkeley Protesters Start Fires, Break Windows
Protesters hurled smoke bombs, broke windows and sparked a massive bonfire Wednesday night, prompting University of California at Berkeley officials to cancel a talk by a polarizing editor of Breitbart News out of safety concerns.
Violent Protests Break Out at UC Berkeley
UC Berkeley officials canceled a speech by self-described right-wing internet troll Milo Yiannopoulos after a protest of his appearance involving more than 1,000 people turned violent.
Trump Fires Acting Attorney General for Refusing to Defend Immigration Order
Trump first took aim at acting Attorney General Sally Yates, who penned a letter saying she wouldn't defend the president's action, which restricted immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries and banned refugees from Syria indefinitely.