Some interesting graffiti in Libya.
But lower-income residents are less supportive than people making more than $100,000 a year.
The month in photos features the clashes, cleanup, and the signs, of course.
Their opening sketch this weekend took shots at Mayor Bloomberg.
Why its organizers are daring police to lock 'em up.
He was one of nineteen people removed from the steps of the Supreme Court on Sunday.
42 in Times Square, 14 in Washington Square, and more.
Reports from the scene are coming in.
Dispatch from Zuccotti Park
With protests in every major city, including violent ones in Rome.
If there's one thing everyone supports, it's occupied sugar cones.
"I am the 2%" (milk).
Videos from this morning's marches show fights and arrests.
"People were like, 'Superman is as American as apple pie and baseball.' But it doesn't mean that the people who bake apple pie and play baseball can't have a conscience as well."
"It is outrageous what they paid themselves. It is obscene! I mean, there are real reasons to be angry."
Conservatives defend a series of nonsense statistics about taxes and inequality.
The city backs down in the face of more than 1,000 strong.
Two activist old-timers lay out a few possibilities.
What liberals should do about Occupy Wall Street.