Typical Sunday stuff.
Two protesters, twelve officers.
On November 3rd.
A federal judge ruled against the city today.
"99 Percent Problems, and this Arena is 1 Percent."
That's $30,000 per victim, in addition to a written apology.
After twenty-some countries were racked by anti-U.S. demonstrations on Friday.
Christopher Stevens and three members of his staff were murdered at the American Consulate in Benghazi.
He's the "1 percent of the 1 percent."
Also, they gave the activists free copies of the magazine.
See pictures from yesterday's citywide protests.
May 1 brought big crowds and good vibes, but no obvious path forward.
Protesters will march from Bryant Park to Union Square then down to Wall Street.
They're in negotiations for a new contract.
A big baseball "mitt" and the Tax Dodgers were parked outside.
Over a thousand people took to the streets in Sanford, Florida.
Of course, 75 percent of restaurant workers don't get paid sick leave.
About 1,500 people participated in the Million Hoodies March, protesting for justice in the killing of Trayvon Martin.