And you thought the occupation of Los Angeles was over with the raid on Occupy L.A.'s City Hall lawn encampment at the end of November.
The occupy nation is getting ready to confront a series of banks today regarding their take-our-bailout-money-and-our-houses tendencies:
It's a rule as old as criminal justice itself: Punch a cop, go to jail.Gregory Brice, 31, was sentenced today to 19 months in county jail for punching an LAPD officer during the Occupy L.A. protest at Bank of America Plaza on Nov. 17.The City Attorney's Office, which has seen a number of its Occu ... More >>
UPISarah Mason, TIME covergirl sans beanie and bandana, far left.Updated on second page with even more up-close shots of Mason -- these ones taken by Ted Soqui, the LA Weekly photographer behind the TIME cover. Originally posted December 15 at 4:40 p.m.
Ah, the elusive Sarah Mason -- she of ... More >>
Though they've arguably got bigger things to worry about right now -- like where in the world they're going to live, come LAPD eviction -- Occupy L.A. organizers are chattering about another big day of action on December 12: Occupy Ports. (And they'll have to recuperate by January 2, when they plan ... More >>
The reports that the mayor wants Occupy L.A. to leave City Hall raise the question: if they do have to leave, where would they go?
The occupiers have already expanded to obvious places like UCLA and Bank of America Plaza. L.A.'s own Wall Street has been slightly occupied for years now (it i ... More >>
TwitterStandoff at Occupy Bank of America Plaza.Update, 4:20 p.m.: Occupiers aren't leaving. Police look unsure of what to do. Watch the impending clash on the Occupy L.A. live stream, which has almost 1,000 viewers right now.
Update, 4 p.m.: Occupiers have 10 minutes to clear plaza, or face ... More >>
Todd DwyerAmerica's favorite bank.Protesters fuming over big banks' arrogance say they'll shut down a major L.A. intersection at the dawn of tomorrow morning's rush hour downtown.
A statement from the group Good Jobs L.A. promises more than a 1,000 protesters, including members ... More >>