Anger takes many forms.

What do we want?

Walmart employees seeking higher wages are planning a series of Black Friday protests at 1,600 stores across the country. (Reuters)

Columbia Professor Sylvia Nasar’s lawsuit against the university was thrown out by a New York State appeals court for lack of standing. In the suit, Nasar alleged that Columbia had misdirected $4.5 million in funds related to her endowed professorship, thereby violating the trust of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the sponsors of the position. (New York Times)

A sharp increase in New York City’s homeless population has led to increased tensions in public spaces, with residents claiming that campers make public parks unusable. (New York Times)

A group of immigrant mothers who are in the U.S. illegally but have children who are citizens are fasting across the street from the White House until the government takes action to protect them from deportation. (Washington Post)

A French national who went to Syria to join an unnamed militant group left after twelve days because he missed smoking. Upon returning to France, he was sentenced to seven years in prison, where he will no doubt have plenty of time to spend with his cigarettes. (BBC)

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