Hundreds of police officers in riot gear raided Zuccotti Park early Tuesday, evicting dozens of Occupy Wall Street protesters from what has become the epicenter of the worldwide movement protesting corporate greed and economic inequality.
The curious case of Alicia Nauss and Adam Hill, two romantics who met at the Occupy Philadelphia movement. She 24, he 27, they met a month ago while working the information tent at the Occupy encampment
Emotions ran high as Occupy Wall Street supporters and public officials dealt with the aftermath of protests that shutdown the nation's fifth-busiest port before spiraling into chaos near the movement's downtown encampment.
Thousands of U.S. military veterans are heeding the rallying cry of Occupy Wall Street, saying corporate contractors in Iraq made big money while the troops defending them came home -- and can't make a living now.
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