Members of the “occupy” movements across the country are planning a day of protests to mark two months since Occupy Wall Street first started. In Philadelphia, time may be running out.
Occupy Philadelphia held a general assembly Friday night to vote on whether to move across the street from City Hall– at the city’s insistence — or stay put.
Fifteen members of the Occupy Philadelphia protest were arrested on Sunday after blocking traffic near the police administration building.
The Independence Hall Tea Party Association says the group has created a coalition it calls Liberate Philadelphia/Liberate America. And, it started a Facebook page to try to sort out the truth.
Some folks are taking an international stand with creative demonstrations Wednesday, marking the one year anniversary of the BP oil spill in the Gulf.
Chris discussed protestors in Wisconisn finally being removed from the capital building, New Jersey transportation employees being suspended for calling out sick to attend a protest and the TSA reaction to more carry on baggage. Chris talked to Steve Cordasco as part of Finance Friday and to Lou Dubois from Inc. Magazine about the potential NFL lockout.
Thousands of off-duty and retired police officers and fire fighters made their voices heard in Trenton on Thursday. Their target: Governor Chris Christie.
Protests continue in Libya as demonstrators call for Leader Moammar Gadhafi to step down. In spite of the violence, one Delaware woman shared her amazing journey from Libya to the United States.
At the Italian Market, Wally Giordano has been in the produce business for decades, but lately the cost of doing business has soared.
The calls for change in Tahrir Square went unanswered for another day, as Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused to give up the position of power he has held for nearly 3 decades.
Dozens of people rallied on the corner of 6th and Market Streets in front of the federal courthouse last night to voice their support for the people of Egypt and against President Hosni Mubarek.