Occupy Wall Street
GQ magazine has ranked Mitt Romney as its “least influential” person of 2012.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz believes that the American Dream has become a myth.
Occupy Wall Street made the world aware of Wall Street’s nearly-obscene inequities. But, unfortunately, that has been about it. How much has really changed because of the 12-month-old movement?
Occupy Wall Street went after them and now, too, a mismatched pair of heroes are doing the same.
One of Hollywood’s biggest and best-paid stars is supporting President Barack Obama’s call for higher taxes on the country’s top earners.
Activists across the U.S. joined in worldwide May Day protests Tuesday, with anti-Wall Street demonstrators leading the way in some cities as they tried to recapture the enthusiasm that propelled their movement last fall.
Occupy Maine, which decamped from a city park last month, showed it’s still active with a noisy demonstration Friday evening outside a fundraiser for President Barack Obama at the Portland Museum of Art.
Roseanne Barr said Thursday she’s running for the Green Party’s presidential nomination — and it’s no joke.
Protesters affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement will meet outside the Capitol for what participants hope will become the largest gathering of Occupy activists from around the country.
When it comes to the Occupy movement, opinions may vary from unconditionally support to staunch opposition, with countless gradients in between. The fact remains, however, that Occupy was one of the largest and most hotly contested stories of 2011. But what will happen to the movement in 2012?