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For November 16, 2011 – Occupy Wall Street protesters allowed back inside Zuccotti Park but only to protest and not to sleep, Penn State graduate assistant Mike McQueary reported Jerry Sandusky to the police...
• Assistant coach went to police, helped stop assault, e-mail says: "A Penn State assistant football coach, who has been criticized for not doing more in an alleged rape of a boy by former coach Jerry Sandusky, said in an e-mail that he helped stop the assault and talked with police about it, The Morning Call newspaper reported. "I did stop it, not physically, but made sure it was stopped when I left that locker room," assistant coach Mike McQueary wrote in the November 8 e-mail to a former classmate obtained by the Allentown, Pennsylvania, newspaper."
• New York court upholds eviction of Occupy protesters: "A New York Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Occupy protesters will be allowed to return to Zuccotti Park, but they can't bring their tents and generators - once a mainstay of the movement. The order does not prevent Zuccotti park demonstrations, but says protesters' First Amendment rights do not include remaining there "along with their tents, structures, generators, and other installations to the exclusion of the owner's reasonable rights and duties to maintain" the area."
• Monti officially becomes Italy's PM: "Mario Monti has officially been appointed prime minister of Italy, Donato Marra of the presidential palace announced Wednesday. Monti replaces the flamboyant Silvio Berlusconi, who was forced to resign as the country fights to bring its huge debts under control."
• Stocks fall on eurozone instability: "U.S. stocks dropped in early trading Wednesday as fears over contagion in the European bond market kept investors on their toes. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 123 points, or 1%, the S&P 500 lost 11 points, or 0.9%, and the Nasdaq composite fell 20 points, or 0.9%."
• Miley Cyrus takes on critics calling her fat: "Miley Cyrus is at war with critics who are slamming the teen for her curves. After Miley, 18, found out her more womanly figure was the subject of some bad weight jokes and unflattering videos on YouTube, she lashed out on Twitter. Miley tweeted her more than three million followers, 'By calling girls like me fat this is what you're doing to other people.'"