About two dozen members of the Occupy Wall Street Movement are walking through Maryland on their way to Washington, D.C. to deliver their message to Congress.
Occupy Wall Street is two months old, and Thursday night, protesters in Baltimore made a strong showing for the 99 percent.
The Occupy Wall Street movement causes chaos from Baltimore to the West Coast. In downtown Seattle, police used pepper spray to break up a rowdy protest, injuring an 84-year-old woman and a pregnant woman. It’s one of many violent confrontations around the country as protesters take over public parks and busy streets.
Occupy demonstrators caused a major disturbance at Johns Hopkins University Tuesday night.
Cities across the country make moves to shut down the Occupy movement. Will Baltimore be next?
Several protesters affiliated with the Occupy Baltimore encampment have disrupted a talk by Karl Rove on the campus of Johns Hopkins University.
The city has placed more restrictions on the protesters occupying McKeldin Square downtown. Those in the Occupy movement are reacting with a shrug.
Baltimore City officials are taking a stand to get Occupy Baltimore protesters to leave McKeldin Square. Wednesday night, they turned off the electricity in the area.
Tensions continue to build between the Occupy Baltimore protesters and the city.
Dozens of Occupy Baltimore protestors are camped out at McKeldin Square. But they may no longer be allowed to stay.
There have been violent clashes between police and the Occupy Wall Street protesters as the movement gains momentum across the country.
Around 50 protesters are into the second week of peaceful protest by camping in a small park right across from the Inner Harbor.