The mayor said the city respects non-violent protests but participants must obey police commands.
Protesters repeatedly interrupted Bratton's budget testimony Thursday morning, police said.
The NYPD reversed course Friday, saying its new heavily-armed unit won't roam around at protests.
The mayor's most-mentioned words last year included "city" and "people."
One of the police unions circulated letters to keep the mayor and the speaker from officers' funerals.
Protesters chanted slogans like "Children's health over corporate wealth!" and "Whose land? Our land!"
At least two-thirds of the city's precincts have canceled their holiday parties, a source said.
From the Eric Garner grand jury decision to steampunk-themed luxury, a lot happened this week.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets, many headed for the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Diego Ibanez allegedly threw the liquid during the Ferguson grand jury protests in Times Square Monday.
A show at the Ukrainian Institute features photos of the recent protests as well as archival images.
More than 100,000 people are expected to march for action on climate change on Sunday.
Activists blocked the entrance to the Marine Transfer Station site at East 91st Street and York Avenue.
The cat, instead of a rat, was unveiled at Washington Square Park to call out street harassers.
Moraima Ortiz is suing Kenny Bakery, saying the owner paid her sub-minimum wages for 57-hour workweeks.
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