Occupy Wall Street Protesters Rally in Foley Square and around the Brooklyn Bridge in New York
Occupy Wall Street Protesters hold signs for cars to see on the Brooklyn Bridge after a rally in Foley Square In New York City on November 17, 2011. Multiple protests took place in Manhattan throughout the day on the 60 day anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street Movement. UPI/John Angelillo
Occupy Wall Street protesters returned to Zuccotti Park, their original home camp, after New York police removed the barricades.
A majority of U.S. voters said the Occupy protesters are a public nuisance, not a valid protest movement, a Rasmussen Report poll released Thursday indicated.
Occupy Wall Street protesters face a $1,000 fine and a possible six-month jail term if they disturb Monday's Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif., officials said.
Police efforts to break up an Occupy Wall Street protest in New York led to 68 arrests and an angry Twitter tirade by actress Ellen Barkin Sunday.
A lawyer for the Occupy Louisville protest said it will ask the courts to stop the Kentucky city's efforts to force protesters to leave a downtown park.
A derivative of the Occupy Wall Street movement said it plans to protest in Iowa's capitol during the week leading up to the state's caucuses on Tuesday.
The final Occupy protest tent camp in Canada has been closed by police in Winnipeg, Manitoba, based on fire safety concerns, officials said.
The city council of Oakland, Calif., is expected to consider a measure allowing authorities to take stronger action against demonstrators at the city's port.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa says a New York church should allow Occupy Wall Street to set up a camp on property it owns.
The U.S. Congressional Progressive Caucus axed a meeting with Occupy activists, a move observers say shows growing tension between Democrats and the movement.