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On the scene as Occupy Wall Street is evicted

Nov 15, 2011
Occupy Wall Street set up its protest near New York's financial district on September 17. Estimates have been that 200 people have been living there. Now, New York police have raided the park and report they have arrested 70 people.
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Police tear down Occupy Wall Street camp

Nov 15, 2011
Occupy Wall Street protesters were evicted from Zuccotti Park this morning, and police began to tear down tents and dispose of belongings.
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Zuccotti Park emptied, protesters spread elsewhere

Nov 15, 2011
In the early hours of the morning, New York City police evacuated Occupy protests from their home in Zuccotti Park, but they say that won't stop them from going on.
Posted In: Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Oakland
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Occupy Wall Street goes to court

Nov 15, 2011
Occupy Wall Street protesters ask a judge to overrule New York's ban on tents in Zuccotti Park.
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Occupy Wall Street regroups after New York eviction

Nov 15, 2011
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says Occupy Wall Street can return to Zuccotti Park today -- but without tents. The demonstrators want a judge to rule that's illegal.
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Occupy protesters say morning was 'cat and mouse'

Nov 15, 2011
Occupy Wall Street protester David Scorca believes the police action will help energize the movement, not end it.
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Occupy's pivotal moment

Nov 15, 2011
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg kicked Occupy Wall Street protesters out of their home base of Zuccotti Park last night. And what happens next could be very important.
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Some cities asking Occupy protesters to clear out

Nov 11, 2011
The mayor of Portland, Ore., is giving demonstrators until midnight Saturday. Oakland's police union wants protesters out too. But organized labor's building inroads.
Posted In: Law
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'Occupy' protesters seek winter shelter

Nov 8, 2011
Occupy Wall Street protesters fortify themselves for a long, cold winter. Warm socks, mittens and sturdier tents a part of the survival strategy.
Posted In: Wall Street
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Who are the top 1%?

Nov 4, 2011
The "top 1 percent" is a term being used a lot these days, but who exactly is that demographic?
Posted In: Economy

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The "Occupy Wall Street" movement has been gaining momentum in major U.S. cities since protests began in mid-September. Participants are protesting against social economic inequality and financial greed, among other issues. Will the demonstrations lead to any change? Follow Marketplace's ongoing coverage.

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