Hackers have taken over the websites of several law enforcement agencies worldwide in attacks attributed to the collective called Anonymous, including in
Norfolk officials are proposing a ban on overnight camping on public property following a monthlong encampment in a city park by Occupy activists.
Two protesters are due in court as the Occupy Raleigh movement marks the 100th day since it began in October.
An apparent smoke bomb was thrown over the fence of the White House as hundreds of Occupy protesters massed outside the gates.
Protesters affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement will meet outside the Capitol in Washington for what participants hope will become the largest
They let them back into Zuccotti Park, but kicked them out of a vacant house in Seattle. In other places, Occupy protesters are in courtrooms fighting
The North Carolina city hosting this year's Democratic National Convention may ban camping on city property, a move that would end an anti-Wall Street
Following Tuesday's vote in Iowa, on which the movement had little impact, Occupy organizers are pledging to stage more protests in New Hampshire and South
Members of a traveling Occupy protest that started in Washington, D.C., are talking in Greensboro about their plans for next year.
Occupy Richmond is ending its protest activities on property next-door to the mayor's house.
Fred Shapiro has released his sixth annual list of the most memorable quotations of the year. Shapiro picks quotes that are famous, important or revealing of
Norfolk police arrested four Occupy Norfolk protesters Wednesday night.
"The Protester" has been named Time's "Person of the Year" for 2011. The magazine cited dissent across the Middle East that has spread to Europe and the United
Hundreds of Wall Street protesters blocked gates at some of the West Coast's busiest ports on Monday, causing the partial shutdown of several in a day of
Police have evicted Wall Street protesters from Boston's Dewey Square, tearing down tents and arresting about 40 people.
A protest by about 100 Occupy Wall Street members in New York City shut down production of an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit."