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October 24th, 2011 By Danny Cross | News | Posted In: Occupy Cincinnati, Occupy Wall Street, Police, President Obama, Protests, Social Justice, Science, Republicans, News, 2011 Election, 2012 Election

Morning News and Stuff

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After three nights of arrests, Occupy Cincinnati protesters Sunday night chose to leave Piatt Park at its 10 p.m. closing time and march on the sidewalks around the park. Eleven members were arrested Saturday night for staying on the square after a rally past the 3 a.m. time allowed by its permit. The group is still waiting for a federal judge to rule on whether or not Piatt Park's 10 p.m. closing time is a violation of the First Amendment.

Chicago Police arrested 130 Occupy Chicago protesters over the weekend, and the group plans to picket Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office in response. Protesters described harsh treatment by police, with some spending more than 24 hours in jail. The picketing at City Hall will reportedly include a nurse's union in response to two nurses and a union organizer being arrested while volunteering at Occupy Chicago.

Mitt Romney is coming to town on Tuesday to extend his support for SB 5 and Issue 3, which would undermine President Obama's health care plan.

Here's the latest on Obama's attempts to fix some of America's problems despite Congressional Republicans' unwillingness to be part of any Obama idea that might succeed.

Wikilinks has suspended publication while it tried to figure out how to raise funding after banking bans tied up most of its money.

A web hacking group called Anonymous has targeted child pornography sites, taking offline 40 sites and publishing the names of 1,500 people it claims used the sites hosting images of child sexual abuse.

A chemical called Bisphenol A (BPA) commonly found in some plastics and the liners of food cans has been found to cause behavioral problems in children.

McDonald's is bringing back the McRib but only through Nov. 14, so if you're looking for a “boneless patty, dressed with onions, pickle slices and barbecue sauce” that checks in at 500 calories and 26 grams of fat, you know where to find one.

JLo apparently broke into tears during a performance of her song, “One Love” at a Montville, Conn., casino on Saturday. Here's her explanation for that happening.

Former Bengal Carson Palmer's debut with the Oakland Raiders didn't go so well. Palmer replaced Oakland's starting quarterback after three first-half interceptions only to throw three INTs in the second half himself.

The World Series is tied at two games a piece, as Albert Pujols jacked three home runs to lead the Cardinals to a Game 3 victory, but Rangers pitcher Derek Holland shut the Redbirds out in Game 4 to tie the series. Game 5 is tonight.

 
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