Mayor Michael Bloomberg stood by his decision to raid Zuccotti Park Friday, arguing that no elected officials have called for the encampment's return.
Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani reportedly said Thursday he never would have allowed Occupy Wall Street to take over Zuccotti Park.
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.
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.
Subway service was running normally Thursday as Occupy Wall Street protesters moved on the New York Stock Exchange.
City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez said he was thrown to the ground and beaten by police when he was arrested three blocks north of Zuccotti Park early Tuesday morning.
Occupy Wall Street's day of action is scheduled to start Thursday with an attempt to shut down the New York Stock Exchange.
The number of protesters at Zuccotti Park dwindled overnight as protesters sought shelter on their first night without tents and sleeping gear.
Protesters headed back to shuttered Zuccotti Park and took over a lot at Canal Street and Sixth Avenue after their makeshift camp was cleared early Tuesday.
Folk singer and activist Joan Baez will perform at an Occupy Wall Street Demonstration in Foley Square Friday, a lawyer for the organizers said.
In an exhibition titled "Waves... the Tides of Time," Gallery onetwentyeight has chosen to include images of the protest, which is less than two months old and only a blocks away.
Uptown politicians led a march from Washington Heights to Zuccotti Park Monday in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street.
Joshua Wiles, 27, a city teacher, was among 20 Occupy Wall Street protesters arrested during a march to Foley Square on Nov. 5, 2011.
David Suker, 43, allegedly pushed a shopping cart at cops when they tried to arrest him for blocking traffic while handing out Occupy Wall Street material on Prince and Thompson streets.
About a dozen advocates in wheelchairs staged a "roll-in" on Thursday to protest the city's new "Taxi of Tomorrow" design, which does not accommodate those with disabilities.
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