We classify the global behavior of weak solutions of the Keller-Segel system of degenerate and nondegenerate type. For the stronger degeneracy, the weak solution exists globally in time and has a uniform time decay under some extra conditions. If the degeneracy is weaker, the solution exhibits a finite time blow up if the data is nonnegative. The situation is very similar to the semilinear case. Some additional discussion is also presented.