Occupy Wall Street
The Iraq War veteran injured in clashes between police and anti-Wall Street protesters felt so strongly about economic inequality that he wanted to do something to change it, his roommate said Thursday.
Without running water or working toilets, the crowded anti-Wall Street encampments across the country are not the most pleasant-smelling places to live. Nor are they quiet, with drumming and chanting echoing through the air at all hours of the night.
Three Americans who were imprisoned in Iran and accused of espionage are lending their support to activists with the Occupy Wall Street movement.
The Occupy Wall Street people have put out an ad. Notice how clean cut everyone looks.
We’ve been covering the OccupyMN “occupation” for 10 days now. But viewers are starting to question: What’s the point?
Sheriff Rich Stanek has met early each morning with anti-Wall Street demonstrators occupying a government plaza in Minneapolis as part of a policy of engagement that has helped head off major disruptions as the protest enters its second week.
More crowds gathered at Occupy Minnesota Saturday as protesters marched down Nicollet Mall and remained vocal against corporate greed.
As the Occupy Wall Street protest spreads to Minnesota and other states, the debate over the protests intensifies.
Hundreds of demonstrators continue to stream in and out of the Hennepin County Government Center plaza as some make plans to stay overnight spreading their anti-Wall Street message.
The protest against the country’s financial industry, known as “Occupy Wall Street,” has grown to occupy cities from coast to coast and it’ll now be moving into Minnesota.
President Barack Obama once again called on Congress to pass his $447 billion jobs package without delay. He also had some tough words for Republican presidential candidates who he says want to ‘roll back’ the Wall Street reforms, which include Congresswoman Michele Bachmann.