7 October 2011 Last updated at 00:05 ET By Daniel Nasaw BBC News, Cleveland Union official Al Mixon told the crowd, "I'm not anti the Obama administration. They're putting road blocks in front of what he wants to do" Five hundred miles from Wall Street, a crowd of roughly 200 marched on downtown Cleveland, in the mid-western US state of Ohio. After three hours of speeches, folk songs and group discussions, protesters for Occupy Cleveland marched past city hall to a public square. It is one of the latest manifestations of protests against corporate power and income inequality - all stemming from a continuing demonstration in New York City called Occupy Wall Street.
28 October 2011 Last updated at 17:41 ET Demonstrators say they are protesting economic inequality and corporate greed Protesters in two US cities have been detained after police moved into their camps during the night. In Nashville, a new law was enacted preventing camping overnight near the Tennessee state Capitol. In San Diego, police arrested 51 people at 02:30 (9:30 GMT), removing tents, canopies, tables and other furniture.
16 October 2011 Last updated at 06:27 ET 'Anonymous' people have become the new pole of attraction for the deep 'autonomist' movement. In February I wrote a blog called "Twenty Reasons Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere" . With the global Occupy protests yesterday it is still looking quite accurate.
27 October 2011 Last updated at 14:35 ET Occupy Wall Street organisers say Scott Olsen was hit in the head with a police tear gas canister Activists taking part in the the Occupy Oakland protests have called for a general strike in the city. The call to strike on 2 November emerged as protesters gathered late on Wednesday, one day after clashes with police left an Iraq veteran badly hurt.
13 October 2011 Last updated at 22:21 ET By Kate Dailey BBC News Both Occupy Wall Street and their conservative critics each claim to representing American ideals Conservative groups responding to Occupy Wall Street argue that hard work, not protests, will bring people out of poverty. Is that true? As the Occupy Wall Street movement has grown, more and more Americans are stepping up to share their stories and air their grievances. But not everyone is angry at Wall Street.