We examine how protesters are organizing online, and look at artistic efforts linked to the protest at Zuccotti Park.
Archive: October 2011
The Queens Democrat was investigated by the feds and received death threats after being tapped for the 1984 presidential ticket, documents show.
Newly sworn in U.S. citizens proudly waved American flags before family, friends and one special guest: Lady Liberty, who was celebrating her 125th birthday.
Amid forecasts for an early winter-like blast, protesters at Zuccotti Park collected coats and blankets.
Elementary school students collaborated on a train-themed holiday art project inspired by the elevated park's past.
On the one-month anniversary of the protest, our reporters looked at the growing community at Zuccotti Park.
Brooklyn's only woodwind and brass shop is celebrating its first anniversary at a time when many other small businesses are struggling.
Backers of imprisoned oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky at the Crossroads of the World to mark eight years since his arrest and imprisonment in Russia.