Hundreds of anti-Wall Street protesters took to New York City's streets today in an attempt to establish a new encampment, with scores arrested as they tried to move onto church-owned land.
A judge upheld New York City's legal justification for evicting Occupy Wall Street protesters from a park after police in riot gear broke up a two-month-old demonstration against economic inequality.
Occupy Wall Street protesters took over the empty set of television crime drama "Law & Order: SVU," which built a mock tent city for an episode based on the movement, but they were soon removed by police today.
Anti-Wall Street demonstrators, confronted by police in riot gear, marched on several West Coast ports seeking to disrupt cargo traffic and re-energize their protest movement.
Hundreds of anti-Wall Street protesters marched on the New York homes of wealthy executives, triggering one of their targets, billionaire hedge fund manager John Paulson, to defend his wealth.
Officials in New York City today postponed a planned clean-up of the downtown Manhattan park where anti-Wall Street protesters set up camp a month ago, averting what many feared could have been a showdown with authorities.
Police moved in and cleared out anti-Wall Street protesters from Oakland's City Hall plaza, arresting 32 people but avoiding the sort of clashes that marked a previous attempt to shut down the Occupy Oakland camp.