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Full coverage: 'Occupy' protests

A year later, Occupy evolves with the times

Occupy protesters may be less confrontational, but their list of grievances remains long and draws from many causes.

Goldberg: Obama's tainted bundler

Jon Corzine, the former Goldman Sachs executive, senator and New Jersey governor, seems to embody everything the 99 percenters hate about Wall Street. So why is the Obama campaign embracing him as a top-tier bundler?

Eviction pushes Occupy protesters in new directions

Activists in L.A. and around the country weigh new strategies to continue momentum after the loss of City Hall and other sites, and a possible end to using camps as a primary tactic.

To clear Occupy camp, LAPD uses new tactics

Un-Occupying L.A.

A disciplined, creative LAPD showed remarkable restraint in the inevitable confrontation with Occupy L.A. protesters in shutting down the City Hall encampment.

More than 200 Occupy L.A. protesters remain in jail

Civil rights attorneys say many of them may not be charged and should be freed immediately. Most of the arrestees, who face a minimum bail of $5,000, are young, white and male.

St. Paul's Cathedral dean quits in Occupy London standoff

Graeme Knowles says his position as dean 'was becoming untenable' in the face of mounting criticism of the way St. Paul's has responded to the tent camp that has sprouted outside the church as part of the Occupy Wall Street protests. He is the second clergyman to resign.

Left behind: Occupiers' treasures become the city's trash

Hours after the LAPD launched a nighttime eviction of the Occupy L.A. encampment, City Hall's south lawn offered abandoned personal possessions such as an Etta James record, electric razors, and a cosmetics kit with seven kinds of nail polish.

Tensions grow at Occupy L.A. as deadline nears

Protesters face a 12:01 Monday deadline to leave City Hall, but more Occupiers arrive for a late rally.

Hundreds held in Occupy protests across nation

More than 70 are arrested at a demonstration outside the Bank of America Center on downtown L.A.'s Bunker Hill, prompting several local and national unions to call on the city to let the protesters stay. At a march in Manhattan, 200 are taken into custody.

Three inconvenient truths for Occupy Wall Street

Occupy Wall Street needs to recognize some realities about what drives income inequality: The tax-the-rich remedy has an upper limit; immigration of unskilled workers depresses wages at the low end; and the breakdown of families leaves people socially less-well equipped to thrive in the economy.

Oakland site cleared, but protest lives

About 700 protesters ponder their next move after officers dismantle the tent city in a predawn raid.

Oakland engulfed by mostly peaceful protest

Thousands chant, march and dance during a general strike called by Occupy Oakland, a largely peaceful protest that snarled downtown streets, rerouted buses, closed the port and drew hundreds of teachers and city workers from classrooms and offices.

Putting the move in Occupy movement

With eye on Oakland, officials seek quiet end to Occupy camps

Occupy L.A. gets new message boards

After crews build wooden boxes to protect a fountain and a memorial at City Hall, protesters cover them with pictures and slogans.

Protesters march through downtown L.A.'s financial district

The demonstration, trying to build on the momentum generated by the Occupy movement, was timed to coincide with a grass-roots drive to get people across the nation to move money from big banks into credit unions.

Occupy Wall Street braces for winter

A snowstorm forecast for this weekend reminds Occupy Wall Street protesters, camping out in Zuccotti Park, that winter is coming. Donors are sending cold-weather gear, but the city has made clear it doesn't want people getting too comfortable.

Student loans add to angst at Occupy Wall Street

Many of the twentysomethings protesting in Manhattan have racked up sizable debts, and some are left to wonder whether their diplomas may be worth less than their cardboard signs.

McManus: Obama in the Occupy Wall Street camp

With polls showing broad support for the Occupy Wall Street movement, President Obama tries to turn the anger into an electoral advantage.

Occupational hazard: Where's the toilet?

Occupy Wall Street protesters and those at demonstrations like it across the U.S. are finding out what America's homeless have long known: Sometimes it's difficult to relieve yourself without committing a crime.

Newton: City Hall's embrace of Occupy L.A.

It's hard to rebel against a group that is mostly intent on embracing you.

Obama: Occupy protests 'not that different' from tea party

President Obama is linking the tea party movement with the Occupy Wall Street protests, saying they both speak to the belief of some Americans that they are "separated from government."

Hundreds arrested in 'Occupy' protests

Weekend demonstrations in support of the Occupy Wall Street effort led to several hundred arrests, with 70 held in New York and 175 in Chicago. More than a dozen were arrested from the steps of the Supreme Court.

Occupy Wall Street activists cool to celebrities' visit

When Kanye West, Al Sharpton and Russell Simmons drop by the Manhattan protest site, activists accuse them of using the movement to boost their own profiles and agendas.

Cornel West one of 19 arrested at Supreme Court

Occupy Wall Street braces for showdown

Occupy Wall Street protesters, told they must clear their camping gear out of Zuccotti Park, brace for a showdown with New York police Friday.

Occupy Wall Street protesters arrested during impromptu march

Police arrest about 10 Occupy Wall Street protesters taking a victory lap in Lower Manhattan after the planned cleaning of Zuccotti Park is canceled. Those who have been camped out at the park for 28 days saw the cleaning as a ploy to evict them.

Occupy Wall Street shifts from protest to policy phase

Moving from protest to policy is the hardest leap that grass-roots organizations face, akin to turning a promising patent into a billion-dollar business. Occupy Wall Street is just now entering that very difficult, and very interesting phase.

Wall Street protests: A long American tradition

The Occupy Wall Street movement is rooted in uprisings against policies that favor the financial elite over ordinary people.

A festival, a rebellion, an awakening

A night in a tent on the lawn at City Hall opens a window on a nascent movement protesting war, corporate greed and other ills.

Is Occupy Wall Street a tea party for Democrats?

Some observers see Occupy Wall Street as a movement that could morph into something like a tea party that helps elect Democrats. But protesters say that's not their aim.

Occupy Wall Street: The new Populists?

U.S. history teaches us that the politics of peaceful disruption has been an effective way to prod the establishment toward greater social and economic justice. But will the current movement be this effective?

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