Ongoing protesters still populating streets of New York
NEW YORK CITY -- Impromptu protests continue in the streets of New York despite hundreds getting arrested.
This weekend, more than 700 people with the "Occupy Wall Street" movement were locked up. Monday more people protested, at New York's City Hall. For three weeks now, protesters have been speaking out against corporate greed, social in-equality, and climate change.
The "Occupy Wall Street" movement has spread to several other cities, including Boston, Providence, Chicago, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Los Angeles.