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Occupy

"It's the end of the world!"
Just because Trump doesn't respect the First Amendment doesn't mean you don't get to exercise your rights.
A freelance press photographer chronicles his tempestuous relationship with the NYPD.
Cleveland has banned squirt guns downtown for the RNC, but not real guns.
Taxpayers have Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna to thank.
Halloween, the beloved Christian holiday, has been cancelled by Trinity Church this year because of scary Occupy Wall Street protesters.
At least a dozen Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested yesterday evening during a march from Washington Square Park to Zuccotti Park, as police repeatedly "plunged" into the group to detain people on the sidewalk.
In anticipation of Occupy Wall Street's planned May Day events, we talk to a local historian about the significance of May Day, political dissent, and Union Square.
The blowback from Wednesday's OWS-affiliated Fare Strike—in which people chained open subway entrances in roughly 20 stations—has begun. We obtained an email from an MTA union rep that says the FBI is questioning workers.
Despite the somewhat shark-jumping designation of "The Protester" as Time Magazine's Person of the Year, it's difficult to imagine something that so thoroughly engulfed the public discourse at the end of 2011 as Occupy Wall Street. Click through to see our top five most salient moments of the movement.
Dissent around the world has made Time select "The Protester" as its Person of the Year.
The banner reads, "THEY SAY GENTRIFY, WE SAY OCCUPY." Courtesy Picture
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