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Occupiers take on the Iowa Caucuses
Protesters aim to bring their influence upon the electoral process.
Occupy Monique's house
How a Minneapolis woman invited Occupy Wall Street to help keep her house, for now anyway.
Fierce crackdown on 'Occupy Oakland' protest
Police use tear gas and concussion grenades in attempt at ending demonstration in "one-sided" eight-hour street fight.
Youth movement in a culture of hopelessness
Henry Giroux says Wall Street protests need to stay centred on the most marginalised population of the US: young people.
#OWS: The human mic
Speaker systems may not be allowed at the protest, but the group has found a sound system-free way to get messages across: The human microphone.
Occupy Wall Street: All day, all week
Activist and author Kalle Lasn shares the revolutionary fervour behind a growing US anti-corporate protest movement.
Ife Johari Uhuru discusses a campaign focused on people of colour emerging from the "Occupy" protest movement.
By Jesse Strauss
New York police beat, pepper spray, and arrest protesters, leading activists to wonder who the cops are protecting.
By Ryan Devereaux
Four activists discuss goals of the 24-hour encampment in New York's financial district as it gains nationwide momentum.
By Jesse Strauss
Programmes
Labour unions are under fire across the US, but do they have enough vitality to fight back?
By Fault Lines
We examine the Occupy Wall Street movement and ask what has happened to the American middle class.
By Counting the Cost
The Occupy Wall Street movement - the story has moved on, but can the media keep up?
By Listening Post
As anti-greed protests spread to cities across the world, Inside Story examines the movement's goals and its impact.
By Inside Story
Without a clear agenda and specific goals, what is the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement hoping to achieve?
By Inside Story
Protesters gather in New York's financial hub for demonstration against what organisers call corporate dominance.
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Protesters take on Wall Street and battle to get themselves heard in the mainstream media.
By Listening Post
Will the US administration manage to defuse protesters' anger over the crumbling economy and 'corporate greed'?
By Inside Story
With 1% of Americans controlling 40% of the country's wealth, we examine the gap between the rich and the rest.
By Fault Lines
More News
Hundreds of demonstrators return to Zuccotti Park for first time since they were forcibly evicted two months ago.
A growing number of organisations are joining the "home occupations" movement.
Woman in Minnesota helped to hold on to her home after losing her job and falling behind on mortgage payments.
Scores detained as police dismantle tents and confiscate belongings in overnight raid on two-month encampment.
Anti-Wall Street movement feels the heat as tents are dismantled and arrests made in Los Angeles and Philadelphia.
Two officers at California university stood down from duty as chancellor calls for task force to report within 30 days.
The race to gain bargains in sales that follow Black Friday has seen many people injured at stores countrywide.
Footage of police incident described as "chilling" by California university chancellor who rejects calls to quit.
At least 300 people held as national day of action marks two months since the start of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Police arrest 70 demonstrators, as they dismantle the camp that has become a focal point for anti-Wall Street protests.
Dozens of demonstrators arrested as police dismantle encampment in the California city.
After raid leads to arrest of 200 people at New York City protest, court says protesters can return but not set up camp.
New York court order says evicted Occupy Wall Street activists can return to park, after earlier arrest of 200 people.
Streets quiet after thousands are evicted by police after paralysing major US port and "occupying" foreclosed building.
Rare snowstorm tests resolve of anti-Wall Street protesters camped out in a New York City park.
Police fire tear gas and stun grenades on "Occupy Oakland" protesters as activists bring port operations to a halt.
"Occupy" demonstrators marching in anger over arrests made earlier, met with flash grenades and tear gas in US city.
Demonstrators set up camp in London while police in Chicago make arrests following day of anti-austerity rallies.
Dozens detained in New York as anti-Wall Street protesters march on Times Square, while protests turn violent in Italy.
Arrests came as protesters marched in celebration at cancellation of clean-up that threatened to evict them from park.
At least 85 "occupy" protesters are picked up as police clear an encampment following a two-week standoff.
'Reverend Billy', who preaches against the 'evils' of capitalism, feels vindicated by Occupy Wall Street.
Protests across the US
In Pictures

Activists march on the London Stock Exchange     Click for earlier gallery of  Occupy Wall Street

In Video
Occupy the World