Morning Read: Occupiers Clash With Police; Liu Says Full Steam Ahead; Dem Tensions Over Cuomo

More than 200 people were arrested during Occupy Wall Street’s Day of Action yesterday as organizers were gauging public support for their movement.

Labor unions helped swell the ranks of the evening protests.

Two NYPD were injured

NYPD cops in riot gear seized control of Zuccotti Park after an officer’s hand was gashed by a protester

Police seem to be monitoring the churches that are housing the Occupiers.

Scandal-scarred John Liu says he still intends to run for mayor.

The Times urges him to put those ambitions on hold.

Michael Howard Saul wonders how Liu can continue on as the city’s chief fiscal watchdog.

Liu’s troubles have led Ruben Diaz to take another look at a mayoral run, City Hall reports.

Tensions in the state Democratic party–over hydrofracking and the millionaire’s tax–flared at the annual party convention.

“Corrective action” needs to be taken at Ridgewood Bushwick for Vito Lopez’s non-profit to continue to receive funds.

The feds are not pursuing criminal charges against a lobbying firm connected to former GOP chairman Bill Powers.

Despite an order that they remain open to the public, a New York Times investigation found that many are not.

The first apartment tower at Atlantic Yards will be factory built, much to the irritation of the citys building trades.

The city’s jobless rate rose.

Muslim groups plan to rally against NYPD spying.

The MTA is trying to figure out how to deal with climate change.

The East River Esplanade is getting bigger.

Morning Read: Occupiers Clash With Police; Liu Says Full Steam Ahead; Dem Tensions Over Cuomo