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Occupy Wall Street protestors say they are in for the long haul
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Occupy Wall Street protestors say they are in for the long haul

Occupy Wall Street protestors build community at Zuccotti Park.

“Dream Act kid” in fight against deportation
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“Dream Act kid” in fight against deportation

Nadia Habib, an undocumented college student, raised in America, can be deported at any time.

A week into protest, “Occupy Wall Street” march on
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A week into protest, “Occupy Wall Street” march on

Eighty members were arrested today, but park occupation continues.

9/11 statue honors firefighters and other first responders
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9/11 statue honors firefighters and other first responders

“The Kneeling Fireman” is the first 9/11 memorial in midtown.

Oysters disappearing on the Chesapeake
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Oysters disappearing on the Chesapeake

Oyster dredging no longer a solid livelihood for watermen.

Times Square rallies for Georgia death row inmate
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Times Square rallies for Georgia death row inmate

Hundreds of protestors gathered to stop Monday’s scheduled execution.

Mock field hospital raises awarness of starving children
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Mock field hospital raises awarness of starving children

An estimated 195 million children worldwide suffer from malnutrition.

Foreign citizens pay their respects at ground zero
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Foreign citizens pay their respects at ground zero

On blocks surrounding the 9/11 Memorial that was unveiled here Sunday, foreign visitors comprised a sizable chunk of those who packed its sidewalks.

9/11 marked by poignant moments… and a birthday
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9/11 marked by poignant moments… and a birthday

Thousands gather to remember a tragic day.

Westboro Baptist Church inflames 9/11 memorial service vistors
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Westboro Baptist Church inflames 9/11 memorial service vistors

“You think 9/11 was bad, you ain’t seen nothing yet,” a church member said.