A group of about 50 protesters vandalized part of the construction site of a World Cup stadium and chanted anti-FIFA slogans during an inspection by organizers in Cuiaba on Tuesday.
Los Angeles police issued a citywide tactical alert Monday evening and 14 people were arrested as residents took to the streets for a third day in Los Angeles to protest the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Police Saturday called for a citywide tactical alert as hundreds gathered for two demonstrations in Leimert Park to protest the not guilty verdict of George Zimmerman in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Occupy Los Angeles protesters say the city violated their constitutional rights when it evicted them from the City Hall park last year.
Police arrested 13 protesters at Los Angeles International Airport who staged a demonstration on behalf of airport workers during one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Anaheim police say they have finally restored order Wednesday morning following a violent protest that led to property damage and several arrests overnight.
Occupy Los Angeles cost city taxpayers $4.7 million, with most of the money spent on policing last year’s protests outside City Hall.
“May Day” rallies will cause traffic delays throughout Los Angeles Tuesday. Travelers have also been advised to arrive early at LAX, where protesters gathered before dawn.
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Four people are facing misdemeanor charges stemming from arrests at Occupy Coachella Valley protests in Palm Desert.
They may not have a flowery float, but “Occupy LA” protesters will be out in force during Monday’s Tournament of Roses parade.
The city of Los Angeles is weighing a lawsuit against Occupy LA protesters to recoup financial damages sustained during the two-month encampment.
The official cost estimate of the Occupy LA protest stands at $2.3 million.
A class on the First Amendment is being offered to “Occupy LA” protesters who were arrested on minor offenses.
Roughly 1,400 LAPD officers swarmed through the “Occupy LA” encampment at City Hall Wednesday morning, arresting demonstrators and removing their tents.