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Occupy Wall Street

  1. art
    On Occupy’s Anniversary, a Rose Blooms in Zuccotti ParkArtist Isa Genzken’s 26-foot-tall flower is planted where the bongos once tried to put a stop to neoliberalism.
  2. Barney Frank on His Regrets From the Great Recession“All the money went to banks, none went to homeowners.”
  3. We Are Still Living in the Ruins of the 2008 CrashTen years after Wall Street’s doomsday, how the financial meltdown broke the modern world and left us living in this one.
  4. book review
    Review: Eugene Lim’s Dear Cyborgs Engages the Post-Occupy MomentIt’s a novel of ideas, small, elegant ideas about art and protest, and one of the most striking literary works to emerge from the Occupy movement.
  5. City Settles With Occupy Wall Street Protesters for $583,000It’s the movement’s largest settlement so far.
  6. Occupy Wall Street Protester Cecily McMillan Gets 3 Months for Elbowing CopShe faced up to seven years in prison.
  7. Jurors Request Leniency for Cecily McMillanThe stain on her record is punishment enough, they say.
  8. Juror Talks About Cecily McMillan’s ConvictionAnd says that some now “feel bad” about the verdict.
  9. Cecily McMillan Found Guilty of Assaulting CopThe Occupy movement is outraged at the end of the closely watched trial.
  10. Polarizing Occupy Movement Makes It Easy for People to Get Out of Jury DutyFor the trial of a protester charged with assaulting a police officer.
  11. Wall Street Bull Finally Deemed Safe From Occupy Protesters The barricades surrounding it since the fall of 2011 have been removed.
  12. The City Finally Processed All Those Brooklyn Bridge Protest ArrestsAlmost all had their charges dismissed.
  13. Wait, So There Might Be an Occupy Wall Street Visa Card?Financial services for the 99 percent.
  14. Occupy Wall Street Is Very Skeptical of Bill de BlasioIs it all rhetoric?
  15. Pepper-Spray Cop Is Tired of Answering QuestionsHe gave up ten vacation days, what else do you want?
  16. interview
    Q&A: Occupy’s ‘Greatest Artist’ Writes Her MemoirsMolly Crabapple talks to the Cut about drawing smiley faces in Gitmo and waging class warfare in nightclubs.
  17. Weiner Isn’t Interested in Winning the Occupy VoteBut he might get it anyway.
  18. UC Davis’s Pepper-Spray Cop Wants a Worker’s Comp PayoutFor psychiatric injury.
  19. Blood, Tear Gas, and Twitter: On the Front Lines With Turkey’s ‘Occupy’ KidsThey are young and stylish and loathe their country’s conservative leader. Zuccotti Park is their model. But the riot police are having none of it.
  20. Occupy Wall Street Still Kicking in CourtThe city paid $25,000 to a roughed-up protester.
  21. The NYPD’s Most Infamous Pepper-Sprayer Will Not Face Criminal Charges Nor will another cop accused of sucker-punching an Occupy protester.
  22. Occupy Wall Street Twitter Warrior’s Messages Finally RevealedThey’re pretty boring.
  23. Police, Occupy a Little Surprised They Work So Well Together Post-SandyIt’s some kind of Bizarro Zuccotti Park.
  24. Malcolm Harris, Occupy’s Twitter Resister, Will Plead GuiltyHe lost the fight against a subpoenea of his tweets.
  25. Occupy Wall Street Gets Focused With a Splashy Debt-Relief GalaThey’re back, and they’re focused.
  26. Big Problems, Little Solutions: For the New Occupy, Size Is EverythingA self-organizing civic immune system.
  27. Preemptive Occupy Wall Street Arrests Cost City $50,000The “thought crime” lawsuit has been settled.
  28. Occupy Sandy’s Street Medics Go Door-to-Door in Coney IslandInside a crumbling tower full of seniors.
  29. Occupy Wall Street’s Main Mom Divorces Banker Husband Think of it as redistribution of wealth. 
  30. Ben & Jerry’s Founder Takes Back OWS ‘Batmobile’The millionaire won his “custody battle” with the activists.
  31. Barclays Center Protesters Got Creative With Jay-Z Lyrics99 Percent Problems, and this Arena is 1 Percent.”
  32. Pepper-Sprayed Students Win $1 Million Settlement From University of CaliforniaThat’s $30,000 per victim, in addition to a written apology.
  33. Pepper-Spray Attack Led to an Occupy Wall Street BabySex! Love! Lawsuit!
  34. Occupy Wall Street Not Meeting With AhmadinejadAn Iranian media report is inaccurate, according to protesters.
  35. Pepper-Spray Cop Sued for Lesser Offense TooAnthony Bologna has been hit with another lawsuit.
  36. NYPD Seriously Investigating Fake Propaganda Posters That Dare Mock the PoliceGuerrilla street art must be stopped.
  37. NYPD Arrests Almost 200 Occupy Protesters, Roughs Up City Councilman AgainJumaane Williams and the police just can’t seem to get along.
  38. Assessing Wall Street 2.0: The More Things Change ...Four years after Lehman, has anything really changed?
  39. Protesters Meet Well-Prepared Police on Occupy Wall Street Anniversary [Updated]The NYPD arrested more than 70 activists before 10 a.m.
  40. Despite Arrests, Occupiers Look Forward to NYSE ProtestPlease don’t go to jail tonight, we need you in the streets.”
  41. OWS Begins One-Year Anniversary DemonstrationsThough much was familiar, the movement has seen some changes since last September. 
  42. South Street Seaport Rape Suspect Turns Himself InThough the NYPD would prefer for you to think of him as the “Occupy Wall Street Rape Suspect.” 
  43. Twitter Gives Up Occupy Wall Street Tweets Rather Than Face FineProsecutors now have the messages they’ve been fighting for.
  44. NYPD Ties Rape Suspect to Occupy Wall StreetPolice are “hunting for a rapist among them.”
  45. Twitter Really Has to Turn Over Occupy Wall Street Tweets Now, or ElseThis time, they have three days before being fined.
  46. Occupy Wall Street Protesting Carlos Slim at Saks Fifth AvenueHe’s the “1 percent of the 1 percent.”
  47. Pepper-Spray Cop Anthony Bologna Fighting NYPD for Legal FeesThe department has opted not to defend him.
  48. Confirmed: Police Were Not Very Nice to Occupy Wall Street ProtestersA new reports details the abuses.
  49. Mitt Romney Made the Baseball Hall of Fame, Sort OfVia Occupy Wall Street.
  50. Twitter Still Won’t Narc on Occupy Wall Street ProtesterThe company is appealing a judge’s demand that they turn over tweets.
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