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Written by Careerbuilder Filed Under This year was certainly jam-packed with news. While I'm sure all of us are still dealing with the fallout of the disastrous Kardashian wedding or disappointed that Herman Cain has pulled out of the race for
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Saturday that there was nothing wrong with that "bubbly" in Russia, faced with a significant wave of protest in the midst of elections, adding that s As regards the "price of democracy." "We
The concrete of New York City's Zuccotti Park contrasts with the trees and grass of Worthington's village green. But Marisa Holmes has spent months in both as an organizer of the Occupy Wall Street movement that started in the lower Manhattan park
December 29, 2011 A protester remains silent while holding a sign on Nov 17 in Zuccotti Park. (Benjamin Chasteen/The Epoch Times) OWS Born in Zuccotti Park A Canadian magazine, Adbusters, posted a detailed and explicit call to occupy Wall Street and
Suggested Topics There was a feast in Zuccotti Park on Christmas Day. Protesters munched on Christmas cookies, pasta and turkey sandwiches, and sang a rousing rendition of John Lennon's Imagine, summoning for a moment the spirit of the Occupy Wall
December 28, 2011 After barreling straight ahead for more than three months, Occupy is at its first fundamental turning point. Encampments in city after city have been eviscerated and plowed under. In Boston, after a judge ruled that the Dewey Square
The length and breadth of the world, a same feeling against injustice - the crisis exhibited in all its harshness - joined hundreds of thousands of "outraged" that turned to the streets to reclaim "real democracy"
The effort, now known as InterOccupy, started out of Occupy Wall Street in New York in mid-October. It has since grown into an elaborate website with multiple weekly phone calls during which occupiers trade ideas, coordinate multistate actions, and
Story continues below The boardrooms of Australia behaved little differently to individuals, carving out costs (usually people) to meet expectations of poorer economic conditions. Niggardly banks either tightened their lending criteria, limiting
Despite colder weather and a possible crackdown by city officials in January, Occupy Charlotte protesters are pushing forward -- with meetings, fundraisers and eventually what they say will be a showdown at the Democratic National Convention.