Anti-Wall Street protesters went into Saturday campaigns emboldened by a change of plans among park property owners and police to usher them out of their lower Manhattan encampment for cleanup and impose restrictions that would have essentially shut down their Occupy Wall Street headquarters."We are going to piggy-back off the success of today, and it's going to be bigger than we ever imagined," said protester Daniel Zetah after Friday's announcement that protesters could remain in the park.Over the past month, the protest against corporate greed and economic inequality has spread from New York City to cities elsewhere across the United States and around the world. Several demonstrations were planned this weekend in the U.S., Canada and Europe, as well as in Asia and Africa.Supporters in Sydney, Australia, on Saturday waved signs such as "you can't eat money." About 200 people in Tokyo joined the global protests, and Philippine supporters in Manila marched on the U.S. Embassy to expres...
A number of weapons were discovered in New York's Zuccotti Park after Occupy Wall Street protesters were evicted by the Police Department last week, law enforcement ...
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FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the outside influences impacting the Wall Street protestors and what we can learn from the movement.
Owners of New York City's Zuccotti Park may be starting to get fed up with it being occupied.Brookfield Office properties, the firm that owns the central location fo...
FBN's Adam Shapiro reports from Zuccotti Park after the NY Judge rejected their bids to return with tents and sleeping bags.
With each passing day, the Occupy Wall Street movement is picking up steam. The growing roster of A-list supporters at home and from around the globe is impressive, ...
Protesters weren’t the only ones ‘occupying’ Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan. It’s no surprise that after almost two months of communal living in a park with no bat...
Wall Street is occupied no more.A New York City judge has upheld City Hall's decision to evict the protest encampment at Zuccotti Park -- the site where the Occupy W...
FBN’s Adam Shapiro with the latest details from the Occupy Wall Street movement.