As the number of people camped out in Zuccotti Park in New York and other American cities grows, so does the amount of media coverage and the number of incidents involving clashes between police and protesters.
Microsoft Research's Bill Buxton believes that the seeds of our most innovative ideas and products have been around for years, just waiting for the perfect storm of conditions that can turn a good idea into something more potent.
NBA players and owners failed to end a labor dispute on Thursday, forcing the NBA to cancel its preseason, which was supposed to begin on November 1. Mitch Lawrence, NBA columnist for The New York Daily News, reports on the latest.
Since mid-March of this year, pro-democracy protests have engulfed most of Syria. On Tuesday, Susan Rice, the United States' ambassador to the UN, blasted China and Russia for vetoing a resolution condemning the violence of the Assad government.
Ron Christie, former special assistant to President George W. Bush and fellow at Harvard University's Institute of Politics, and Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich reassess the Republican field.
Americans, John Harold says, proved to be less reliable and less willing to perform the hard work necessary to run his farm than foreign workers. Kirk Johnson, who profiled Harold's farm for The New York Times, talks about this trend nationally.