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At a ten-year anniversary rally marking the start of the protest movement in Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park, demonstrators feel real change hasn’t been achieved, but is more necessary than ever.

He says a bait-and-switch left him in an apartment overlooking the Lincoln Tunnel entrance.

A gamer and stock trader got a taste of the NYPD's Broken Windows policing.

"If Bernie Sanders is saying we need a political revolution, the revolutionaries are answering that call.”

The NYPD has created a new group to police protests—and put a man known for excessive force and intimidation in charge of it.

The lawsuit asserts that arresting protesters for no reason is part of a "pattern, policy, and practice of the NYPD misapplying the disorderly conduct statute to peaceful protesters in New York City."

The protester argued that "the police department demonstrated a pattern of sexual misconduct against female OWS activists."

"We dressed in business suits and we vomited in red, white, and blue."

The protester was initially charged with assaulting a police officer (a felony), menacing, criminal possession of a weapon, resisting arrest, and inciting a riot.