Occupy movement focuses on foreclosures

Protesters rally to keep homeowners in homes

On Tuesday, the Occupy movement, which has conducted prolonged protests across the country on issues ranging from foreclosure and unemployment to a massive pay gap among the highest-paid and lowest-paid U.S. workers, called for a national day of action to "Occupy Our Homes."

In 25 cities, including Los Angeles, Oakland, Minneapolis, Denver, New York, Miami, Atlanta and others, hundreds of homes to be foreclosed upon were occupied by their former owners and supporting occupy protesters.