1. DIGGING IN

    Occupy Wall Street Hits 4 Continents

    Occupy Wall Street participants stage a protest on Times Square in New York, October 15, 2011. Thousands of demonstrators protesting corporate greed filled Times Square and some 15 demonstrators were handcuffed and loaded into a police van following confrontation with police. The Occupy Wall Street movement went global with groups spanning the globe from Asia to Europe, and in every U.S. state, staging demonstrations and other actions. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

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    The struggle against "the man" continues. Protests have spread to everywhere from Sydney, London, Rome, and Hong Kong. Meanwhile, Chicago Police arrested 175 after protesters refused to leave Grant Park after it closed. Other protests sprang up around the world as Occupy Wall Street's global movement rages on one month after the original demonstrations. New York police arrested 14 people overnight for violating a midnight curfew at the iconic Washington Square Park, in addition to the 70 arrests Saturday when thousands stormed Times Square. The movement's Zuccotti Park branch has reportedly amassed $230,000 and a warehouse of supplies in preparation for a long haul. Dozens more curfew arrests were made in cities such as Phoenix and Minneapolis. Protesters in London are also digging in, setting up tents in the city center and vowing to stay indefinitely.

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