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The Protester is Time Magazine's Person of the Year

Time magazine named the protester its "Person of the Year," in the wake of Occupy Wall Street.

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Occupy Wall Street Goes After 'Vampire Squid' Goldman Sachs

Occupy Wall Street protesters decried Goldman Sachs, which has earned the nickname "Vampire Squid."

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Parents and Kids for Occupy Wall Street Protest Police Brutality

Parents for Occupy Wall Street protested police brutality at City Hall on Dec. 10, 2011.

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Occupy Wall Street Protesters Stage Hunger Strike

Occupy Wall Street protesters staged a hunger strike at Duarte Square beginning Saturday.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Cops Devour Pizza Bound for Occupy Wall Street Protesters at 7th Precinct

Cops on the LES mistakenly ate pizza bound for OWS protesters at the 7th Precinct.

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Third Eye Blind, Jackson Browne to Rock Occupy Wall Street

Third Eye Blind and Jackson Browne are scheduled perform in Zuccotti Park Thursday afternoon.

Midtown & Theater District »

Occupy Wall Street Protests Obama Fundraiser at Sheraton Hotel

Occupy Wall Street protesters gathered at the Sheraton Hotel to protest President Obama's fundraiser.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Baruch Restricting Building Access for Trustee Meeting

Classes at Baruch College after 3 p.m. Monday were also postponed ahead of a meeting of CUNY's Trustees.

Downtown »

'Boyish Prank' Led to OWS Protester's Bloody Clash with Police

Protester Brandon Watts, 20, has been arrested five times since the start of the OWS movement. 

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Five Baruch Students Held Overnight After Tuition Hike Protest

Students who were arrested at Baruch College said they were attacked by campus police.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Occupy Wall Street Demonstrates Near Bloomberg's Mansion

Occupy Wall Street protesters staged a demonstration near Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Upper East Side mansion on Sunday afternoon. 

Manhattan »

Bloomberg Says Zuccotti Raid Was 'The Right Thing at the Right Time'

Mayor Michael Bloomberg stood by his decision to raid Zuccotti Park Friday, arguing that no elected officials have called for the encampment's return.

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Giuliani Would Have Stopped OWS Protests on 'Day One,' Report Says

Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani reportedly said Thursday he never would have allowed Occupy Wall Street to take over Zuccotti Park.

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Wall Street Protesters Occupy Subway in Harlem

Protesters rode the train from Harlem to join demonstrators in Foley Square during the "Day of Action" to mark two-month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street.

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Nearly 250 OWS Protesters Arrested in Clashes with Police

Occupy Wall Street protesters didn't shut down the New York Stock Exchange, but they danced and sang to celebrate a "Day of Action." Police arrested nearly 200 protesters.