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  • Occupy movement plans to protest Rose Parade

    Occupy movement plans to protest Rose Parade
    An activist who helped expand the Occupy Wall Street movement to Los Angeles is setting his sights on new territory: Pasadena’s iconic Rose Parade. “Everything is not coming up roses,” said Peter Thottam, an Occupy L.A. organizer who...
  • 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...
  • Occupy Chicago, anti-war veterans' group hold demonstration

    Occupy Chicago, anti-war veterans' group hold demonstration
    Occupy Chicago protesters joined forces with an anti-Iraq-war organization Friday afternoon to honor former soldiers and to advocate for the end to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. About 50 people congregated at the Vietnam Veteran Memorial next to...
  • Oakland site cleared, but protest lives

    Oakland site cleared, but protest lives
    Just 12 hours after police dismantled the Occupy Oakland tent city in a peaceful predawn raid, about 700 protesters returned to the civic center plaza Monday evening, vowing to keep their movement alive but undecided about whether to defy police and...
  • Time for 'Occupy' to grow up

    Time for 'Occupy' to grow up
    New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his counterparts in several other cities may have done the protesters of the "Occupy" movement the biggest possible favor by kicking them out of the parks where they have erected tent cities for the last several weeks....
  • Occupy Wall Street: Don't let NY raid derail the movement

    I'm worried the confrontation between "grim-faced riot police" and the relatively peaceful demonstrators in New York's Zuccotti Park may spell the end to an important movement. Now these crackdowns are occurring in many other places, and I fear the next...
  • 'Occupy' still needs the mainstream media

    'Occupy' still needs the mainstream media
    Whether or not you agree with the Occupy protesters recently rousted from Manhattan's Zuccotti Park, still camping out at Baltimore's Inner Harbor and making their presence known in other cities across America, the movement has made one thing clear: The...
  • Hundreds held in Occupy protests across nation

    Hundreds held in Occupy protests across nation
    Reporting from Los Angeles and New York -- Hundreds of people were arrested across the country Thursday in a series of sometimes confrontational street demonstrations protesting efforts to break up Occupy Wall Street-inspired camps. In New York City,...
  • 200 Occupy, union protesters rally on Howard St. bridge

    200 Occupy, union protesters rally on Howard St. bridge
    Chanting "We are the 99 percent," more than 200 protesters affiliated with Occupy Baltimore, unions and an activist group called Good Jobs Better Bmore marched across the Howard Street bridge during rush hour Thursday evening. The protesters, who threw a...
  • Local activists gear up for G8, NATO summits planned for city

    Local activists gear up for G8, NATO summits planned for city
    Activists are planning massive demonstrations to coincide with the G8 and NATO summits in Chicago scheduled for spring 2012, with crowds of protesters likely to reach “tens of thousands,” organizers said. More than 160 members representing...
  • At Family Leader forum, a more personal look at GOP hopefuls

    At Family Leader forum, a more personal look at GOP hopefuls
    A gathering of GOP presidential candidates on Saturday was unlike any other this year, when instead of finger-pointing and slashing at one another's records, they told deeply personal tales about faith, family and failures that left half of the six...