Occupy Movement News Update of the Day: Special "Day of Action" Edition

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Occupy Movement News Update of the Day: Occupy protesters took to the streets today across the country for a day of "mass non-violent direct action" to mark the movement's two-month anniversary.

"Morning, campers," tweeted the official Occupy Wall Street feed at 6:35 AM, "It's a beautiful day for revolution." 25 minutes l

Second Occupy Wall Street News Update of the Day

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Second Occupy Wall Street News Update of the Day: A New York Supreme Court Justice has reversed the restraining order requiring the city to allow Occupy Wall Street protesters and their tents to return to Zuccotti Park.

Justice Michael D. Stallman ruled against extending the order issued earl

Occupy Wall Street News Update of the Day

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Occupy Wall Street News Update of the Day: Following a weekend a crackdowns against Occupy encampments around the country, the "beautification" of Zuccotti Park -- the movement's flagship tent city -- began around 1 o'clock this morning, when hundreds of NYPD officers in riot gear descended on

Occupy Movement News Update of the Day

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Occupy Wall Street News Update of the Day:

What You Need To Know:

-- In a recent interview with ABC News senior White House correspondent Jake Tapper, President Obama said the Occupy Wall Street protests are "not that different" from Tea Party protests in that both the left and the right "feel separated from their g

Occupy Movement News Update of the Day

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Occupy Movement News Update of the Day: Using the "people's mic" that is his own booming voice, U.S. Marine Sergeant Shamar Thomas, a veteran with two tours in Iraq to his name, delivers a powerful excoriation of the New York Police Department, chastising officers for hurting unharmed civilians.

Some of the more brutal confrontations referenced by Sgt. Thomas