100 Arrested at OWS March

    NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 17: Protesters are arrested during 'Occupy Wall Street' demonstrations on September 17, 2012 in New York City. The 'Occupy Wall Street' movement, which sparked international protests and sympathy for its critique of the global financial crisis, is commemorating the first anniversary of its earliest protest. The main protest began in front of the New York Stock Exchange and was preceeded by a series of days where free courses were offered on such topics as Marxism, anarchism, education and finance.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    Spencer Platt

    One year after it vaulted to international attention by exploiting a gray area in Manhattan’s zoning laws, Occupy Wall Street marked its anniversary with demonstrations in New York City on Monday. Hundreds of protesters gathered in the area surrounding Wall Street, clogging intersections and leading to about 100 arrests. OWS’s last major attempt at a resurgence, on May 1, failed to return the protest movement to the prominence it achieved before being kicked from its home in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan last November.

    On movement's one-year anniversary.

    'Jake Heller heads to Zuccotti Park to check out the protests.'

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