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Democrats Take ‘Civil Disobedience’ Stance in Leaking Kavanaugh Documents
In an escalation of protests over a rushed procedure with concealment of documents, Democrats start leaking them and Republicans threaten retaliation.
Capitol Police Arrest More Than 600 Women Chanting ‘Abolish ICE’
According to reports, Representative Jayapal and Susan Sarandon were among those arrested.
Joan Rivers Handcuffed Herself to a Costco Shopping Cart
Protesters Blocking Bridge Fall for ‘Ambulance Is Coming’ Trick
Then they got arrested anyway.
’s Lucy Lawless Occupies NZ Oil-Rig Ship
That is one badass last name.
Eviction Deadlines Pass at Occupy L.A. and Occupy Philadelphia
The protesters are hanging tight for now.
Keith Gessen Among the Writers and Journalists Arrested at Occupy Wall Street
Both traditional and nontraditional members of the press have been arrested.
Can Occupy Wall Street Avenge Its Eviction?
All eyes will be on both the protesters and the police tomorrow.
Thousands Protest at White House Over Pipeline
The protests were purposely held exactly one year before the 2012 election to send a message.
Occupy D.C. Protests Koch Brothers Meeting, Three Hit By Car
Three hit by a car amid conflicting reports.
Watch Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker Get Drowned Out by the People’s Mike
Mike check. (
Occupy Wall Street Stands With National Spinoffs As Oakland Simmers
Mayors nationwide are getting nervous.
Cornel West Arrested Again, This Time at a Stop-and-Frisk Protest
About 30 people were apprehended in all.
Occupy Everywhere: Dispatches From Demonstrations Around the World, Vol. 1
A roundup of international news from the loosely linked protests.
Jesse Jackson Literally Links Arms With Occupy Wall Street Protesters to Protect Medical Tent
Last night brought another mini-showdown with police.
Thirty Days of Occupy Wall Street
The month in photos features the clashes, cleanup, and the signs, of course.
NYPD Clashes With Protesters Captured in Violent Videos [Updated]
Videos from this morning’s marches show fights and arrests.
City Backs Down in Zuccotti Standoff, Occupy Wall Street Protesters Emboldened
The city backs down in the face of more than 1,000 strong.
What Will Become of Occupy Wall Street: A Protest Historian’s Guide
Two activist old-timers lay out a few possibilities.
NYPD Says Protesters Can’t Bring Belongings Back to Zuccotti Park After Cleaning
Is it eviction time?
Pepper-Sprayed Protester Pursuing Charges Against Cop
Occupy Wall Street woman goes after officer.
There Are Occupy Wall Street Condoms
Say goodbye to the next generation.
Expect a New James O’Keefe Video Any Day Now
He stopped by Occupy Wall Street today.
Bloomberg Softens Stance on Occupy Wall Street, Says They Can Stay
As long as they “obey the laws.”
‘Journalist’ Poses As Protester, Gets Pepper-Sprayed for a Story
You’re doing it wrong.
Building the Brand: Grading Occupy Wall Street Protest Signs
An ad exec and
professional assess the movement’s signs and slogans.
Transport Workers Union Has No Interest in Moving Arrested Protesters
The union won’t work with the
against Occupy Wall Street.
Radiohead to Play Occupy Wall Street This Afternoon? [Updated]
Protesters reported that it’s happening, but the band says no way.
Labor Unions and Leftist Groups Prepare to Join Occupy Wall Street As Protesters Settle In
Old lefty guard set to stand with the kids.
NYPD Pepper-Sprayer Hit Fellow Officer With Friendly Fire, Has Prior Protest Complaint
The police department say the pepper spray was “used sparingly.”
Corporate Landlord Losing Patience With Occupy Wall Street Protest
Zuccotti Park is a privately owned public space.
Police Use Forceful Tactics and Mace at ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Protests
Eighty people arrested in yesterday’s demonstrations.
‘Occupy Wall Street’ Protestors Claim Excessive NYPD Force in Latest Arrests [Updated]
They claim one protestor is in critical condition.
Old Anti-Mask Law Foils Wall Street Protestors
Five have been cited for breaking a 150-year-old rule.
The ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Protests Drew Hundreds, Snarled Traffic
We’ve got a slideshow of the highlights.
Arizona Immigration-Law Fallout Continues in New York
State lawmakers plan to chain themselves to the border fence.
Protesters cornered celebrities outside the Waverly Inn.
Wild Edibles Protesters Are Excited for Food & Wine Festival, Too
They plan to protest a talk featuring Terrance Brennan.