Opinion: Occupy Wall Street’s First AnniversaryOccupy 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?
2 Occupy Flint Protesters Arrested For KnivesParticipants in a Flint offshoot of the Occupy Wall Street protests say two demonstrators have been arrested for carrying long knives.
'Occupy' Group Backs Evicted Couple Refusing To Leave HomeIt's a new twist on the "Occupy" movement
Poll: Americans Believe Top Managers Make More Than They DeserveSeven in ten Americans believe most top company managers make more than they deserve in salaries and all other benefits, according to poll by Harris Interactive.
Occupy Protesters Mark 2 Months Since Movement's BirthSupporters of the "Occupy" movement are out in force in several cities, marking two months since the birth of the movement.
Report: Top 1% Getting Exponentially RicherA new report shows income growth for the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans nearly tripled between 1979 and 2007, far outpacing gains for all other income groups.
Michigan Pastor Inspired By Occupy Wall Street ArrestedA pastor who said he was inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement was arrested after refusing to leave Holland's city hall in protest of the city's decision not to expand its anti-discrimination ordinance.
Occupy Wall Street Raises $300K; Detroiters In For Long HaulOrganizers of the Occupy Wall Street protests have raised close to $300,000 and Occupy Detroit protesters at Grand Circus Park say they'll be staying -- indefinitely.
Occupy Wall Street Continues In Grand Circus ParkSeveral tents dot the landscape in the park and many people spent the night after a few hundred people began the Occupy Detroit protest at Grand Circus Park.
'Occupy Detroit' Protest Planned For FridayUp to 1,000 people are expected to gather in downtown Detroit on Friday in an effort to spread the "Occupy Wall Street" movement message.
Local Spinoff: Occupy Detroit Gathering Support The Occupy Wall Street protests are now entering their fourth week in New York City and it seems to be inspiring some Detroiters to hit the streets.