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  • Occupy Lives! On the Printed Page!

    Occupy Lives! On the Printed Page!
    Well, if the original start date of the Occupy movement (i.e. Occupy Wall Street, Occupy New Haven and elsewhere) was so arbitrary and spontaneous, then we shouldn’t be disappointed if the movement’s first anniversary seemed rather desultory...
  • Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's In Town For U.N. General Assembly; People Already Protesting

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's In Town For U.N. General Assembly; People Already Protesting
    "Down with terrorists! Down with Ahmadinejad!" screamed protesters on Saturday as they drove by the Warwick Hotel in Midtown, where Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is expected to stay in preparation for his speech Wednesday at the United Nations....
  • Judge tosses Occupy Chicago park arrests

    Judge tosses Occupy Chicago park arrests
    The mass arrests of Occupy Chicago demonstrators that city leaders held up as a model for how to respect protesters' rights has been ruled unconstitutional and tossed out of court by a Cook County judge. In a 37-page ruling issued today, Associate...
  • Cop takes down jaywalking Occupy Orlando protester

    Cop takes down jaywalking Occupy Orlando protester
    A jaywalking Occupy Orlando protester was taken down by an Orlando police officer after he ignored the cop's orders and fled Monday night, police said. Louis Levite, 47, was charged with resisting arrest without violence and was given a jaywalking...
  • Occupy Orlando, police clash over use of downtown park

    Occupy Orlando, police clash over use of downtown park
    Occupy Orlando demonstrator Tina Houser said she can't figure out the Orlando police. "You never know what the cops are going to do," said Houser, 21. For the first few nights of the two-week-old protest at downtown's Sen. Beth Johnson Park, Houser...
  • City offers $6.2 million to settle arrests at 2003 war protest

    City offers $6.2 million to settle arrests at 2003 war protest
    Lawyers for the city of Chicago told a federal judge today they have reached a $6.2 million settlement with more than 800 plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit stemming from the mass arrests of protesters during a 2003 demonstration against the Iraq war....
  • Anti-war protesters and city agree on NATO march route

    Anti-war protesters and city agree on NATO march route
    After weeks of disagreement, the city of Chicago and anti-war demonstrators have settled on an alternate route for a protest march on the first day of the NATO summit in May. The city today granted a parade permit to the Coalition Against NATO/G8 War and...
  • Aldermen settle Iraq War protest lawsuits for $12 million

    Aldermen settle Iraq War protest lawsuits for $12 million
    The City Council today approved paying more than $12 million to settle two wrongful arrest lawsuits stemming from the Chicago Police Department’s handling of a 2003 anti-Iraq War march. In one settlement, the city will pay a total of $11 million...
  • Emanuel, Quinn and Durbin honor veterans at Soldier Field

    Emanuel, Quinn and Durbin honor veterans at Soldier Field
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today marked what he called "a different kind of Veteran's Day," urging Chicagoans to honor the small number of volunteers who have allowed the rest of America to remain safe and free. Emanuel, Gov. Pat Quinn, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and...
  • City still in dark about scale of G-8, NATO protests

    City still in dark about scale of G-8, NATO protests
    In Wisconsin, a group of environmentalists plans to bicycle to Chicago's G-8 and NATO summits to protest an economy that relies too heavily on fossil fuel. In California, a nurses union has a permit for a Chicago march the day before the summits to...
  • City to pay $6.2 million to war protesters arrested or detained in 2003 demonstration

    City to pay $6.2 million to war protesters arrested or detained in 2003 demonstration
    When Chicago agreed Thursday to pay $6.2 million to settle a lawsuit over police conduct at a war protest nine years ago, both city officials and demonstrators were looking ahead to the May gathering of world leaders in Chicago. About 800 people were...