it's over: Occupy Wall Street gets raided, Zoe Saldana breaks up with fiancé and Jerry Sandusky proclaims his innocence

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it's over: Occupy Wall Street gets raided, Zoe Saldana breaks up with fiancé and Jerry Sandusky proclaims his innocence

  • (Preston Rescigno/Getty) Is Occupy Wall Street coming to an end? Police today raided and removed protesters from the New York encampment that started the movement. In recent days, police in Oakland and Portland have also cleared Occupy encampments.
  • Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant coach who is accused of sexually abusing eight boys over ten years, said in his first interview since his arrest that he was just "horsing around" with the boys. "...I have touched their legs without intent of sexual contact." Meanwhile in Pennsylvania authorities close to the investigation are reporting that close to 10 additional suspected victims have come forward since Sandusky's arrest.
  • A photographer in California snapped a picture of a billboard in Los Angeles promoting Romeo Santos' new album, The Formula Vol. 1, featuring the phrase "The most anticiapted album of the year."
  • (Jason Merritt/Getty) Zoe Saldana and longtime fiance Keith Britton may have broken off their 11-year relationship, but they''ll remain partners in business. "Saldana and Britton remain committed business partners as co-founders of fashion resource MyFDB.com," said Saldana's rep in a written statement.
  • (Spencer Platt/Getty) Brazilian troops in armored vehicles and helicopter recently took control of Rocinha, the biggest slum in Rio de Janeiro, to "clear it of drug gangs" as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic games. An estimated 70,000 people live in Rochina.
  • (Brendan Smialowski/Getty) Although Bank of America and other banks scrapped their plans to charge debit card fees, they are now quietly adding new fees in other areas without alerting consumers. "What most people don’t realize is that they have been adding new charges or taking fees that have always existed and increased them, or are making them harder to avoid," says Alex Matjanec, a co-founder of MyBankTracker.com.
  • (Andy Lyons/Getty) "We're dealing with young guys who, all of a sudden, there's something new and they want to try it and it engulfs them." University of Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong says his team lost a recent game because his players spent most of their week playing the video game Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
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