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Cleanup Could Mean End of Occupy Wall Street Camp at Zuccotti Park

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Thursday that Occupy Wall Street protesters will not be allowed to bring their gear back to Zuccotti Park after it is cleaned Friday.

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Four Occupy Wall Street Protesters Arrested At Chase Bank Protest

Four protesters were arrested on Oct. 12, 2011 after a march to Chase Bank headquarters near Zuccotti Park.

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Uptown Community Rallies for More Jobs Amid Wall Street Protests

A group of Uptown and Bronx community groups and leaders called on state legislators to support the Obama administration's jobs bill.

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Kanye West Visits Occupy Wall Street Protesters

Rapper Kanye West and Russell Simmons visited the Occupy Wall Street protests on Monday afternoon as Rev. Al Sharpton broadcast his radio show.

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Occupy Wall Street Supporters Want Billboards in Times Square

Occupy Wall Street supporters have launched an online campaign to erect giant billboards in Times Square.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Protesters Plan to Occupy Tompkins Square Park

Demonstrators are planning to take over Tompkins Square Park in the East Village this weekend.

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Sweet! Ben & Jerry's Backs Occupy Wall Street

Ice cream purveyors Ben & Jerry's have thrown their support behind the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Occupy Wall Street Marches on Washington Square Park

Occupy Wall Street marched on Washington Square Park Saturday.

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Afghanistan War Protesters Rally in Times Square on 10th Anniversary

About 100 protesters gathered in Times Square Friday to mark the 10th anniversary of the war in Afghanistan. 

Manhattan »

Bloomberg Says Occupy Wall Street Protesters Are 'Trying to Destroy Jobs'

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Friday that Occupy Wall Street protesters are damaging the city's economy.

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$2 Million Spent on Police Overtime for Occupy Wall Street

The NYPD has spent $2 million in overtime since the Occupy Wall Street protests began nearly three weeks ago, according to Commissioner Raymond Kelly.

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Reports of Pepper Spray, Arrests, After Biggest Wall Street Protest Yet

Thousands of Occupy Wall Street protesters, as well as union workers, marched on Foley Square Wednesday afternoon.

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Sheldon Silver Says Wall St. Protesters Have Outstayed Welcome

Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver said that downtown residents have had enough of the Occupy Wall Street protests.

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The Occupiers of Wall Street: Who They Are and What They Want

Occupy Wall Street is drawing a diverse array of protesters, including many who have never attended a demonstration before.

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Unions Join Occupy Wall Street for Largest Protest Yet

Thousands of protesters, accompanied by unions including the TWU, the UFT, and others, are expected to march from Foley Square to Wall Street Oct. 5, 2011.

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