'Occupy' Movement Plans Splashy 'S17' Return On September 17"On September 15-17th, join us in this fight for our world -- this fight for our lives," reads a message on a website promoting the event.
City Won't Defend NYPD Officer In 'Occupy' Pepper Spray LawsuitNew York City officials have taken the unusual step of refusing to defend a police inspector. He's being sued for blasting protesters with pepper spray during last fall's Occupy Wall Street protests.
Sources: DNA Links OWS Subway Protest To 2004 Murder Of Sarah FoxEight years after Juilliard student Sarah Fox was found dead in upper Manhattan, new evidence has emerged in the case.
Judge Orders Twitter To Turn Over Tweets By 'Occupy' ProtesterManhattan Criminal Court Judge Matthew A. Sciarrino Jr. rebuffed one of Twitter Inc.'s central arguments, which concerned who has rights to contest law enforcement demands for content posted on its site.
Occupiers Convicted Of TrespassingEight protesters with Occupy Wall Street have been convicted of misdemeanor trespassing for entering a lot owned by Trinity Church a month after the Zucotti Park encampment was dismantled.
Occupy Wall Street Movement Gets By With A Little Help From Its Musical FriendsBob Dylan, Joan Baez, David Crosby And Graham Nash spent their early careers soundtracking a revolution – and they’re ready to do it again.
OWS Marks 'May Day' With Marches & Protests Across NYC Approximately 40 arrests were made Tuesday on various charges, including disorderly conduct, blocking traffic and resisting arrests, the NYPD said.
OWS Planning 'May Day' Demonstration, Marches Throughout NYCOccupy Wall Street is urging followers to block traffic at bridges and tunnels to make it hard for people to get to work.
Council Members Sue City Over Treatment Of Occupy Wall Street ProtestersThe city and police violated demonstrators' free speech rights, used excessive force, arrested protesters on dubious charges and interfered with journalists' and council members' efforts to observe what was going on, the four City Council members and others say in the federal civil rights suit.
Actress Susan Sarandon Says Government Is Tapping Her PhoneThe Oscar-winning actress recently made that claim during a panel discussion with filmmaker Michael Moore at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Charges Dropped Against Councilman Arrested At Occupy Wall StreetProsecutors on Wednesday dropped charges against a city councilman accused of resisting arrest while trying to get to the former Occupy Wall Street encampment as police raided it last fall.
Charges Against NYC Councilman Dropped In Occupy-Related ArrestManhattan prosecutors said they couldn't prove the case against Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez because they didn't have an account from a key figure -- a female officer whom Rodriguez is accused of trying to push.
Occupy Wall Street March Across Brooklyn Bridge To Mark ArrestsOccupy Wall Street Protestors marched across the Brooklyn Bridge, marking six months since demonstrators were arrested walking the same route.
Police Looking For Suspects Accused Of Chaining Open Subway Doors For Free RidesOccupy Wall Street announced on its website that "a team of activists" opened more than 20 stations in Brooklyn and Manhattan by taping MetroCard readers at turnstiles and propping open emergency exits.
Sharpton Promises Protests Over Shooting Of Fla. Teenager Trayvon Martin Rev. Al Sharpton says organizers would hold a series of nonviolent protests calling for the arrest of the crime watch volunteer who confronted the unarmed black teenager because he thought he looked "suspicious,'' and then shot him.