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.
The police barricades meant to deter Occupy Wall Street protesters and that led the struggling Milk Street Cafe to fire 21 staff members were back up again Wednesday night.
Upper West Side resident Bob Heller decided to bring Occupy Wall Street to different city neighborhoods to spread the message for those who can't travel downtown.
Tonye Iketubosin, 26, was charged with sex abuse after allegedly raping a fellow protester at Occupy Wall Street's Zuccotti Park encampment on Oct. 25. He was being questioned in regard to another attack on Oct. 29.
A video appears to show Deputy Inspector Johnny Cardona throwing a punch at Occupy Wall Street protestor Felix Rivera-Pitre.
Protesters from Occupy Wall Street donned costumes with social justice messages to celebrate Halloween in Zuccotti Park.
Protesters from Occupy Wall Street took to the streets Wednesday night in solidarity with the Occupy Oakland protesters.
About 300 demonstrators marched from Zuccotti Park to the former St. Vincent's Hospital to protest the American health care system.
Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna, who was captured on video pepper spraying Occupy Wall Street protesters, was reportedly transferred to Staten Island.
Many arrested protesters may choose not to take a dismissal deal offered by prosecutors because of the restrictions that come along with it, a National Lawyers Guild attorney said.
Dylan Spoelstra, 24, of Canada, spent hours atop the red "Joie de Vivre" statue at Occupy Wall Street's Zuccotti Park camp Saturday morning.
Protesters were arrested at the 28th Precinct in Harlem on Oct. 21, 2011 during a rally protesting the city's stop and frisk policy.
Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna will be docked two weeks pay for using pepper spray on protesters outside of department guidelines.
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