Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Wall Street made the world aware of Wall Street’s nearly-obscene inequities. But, unfortunately, that has been about it. How much has really changed because of the 12-month-old movement?
Oakland police say two people were arrested when anti-Wall Street protesters tried to occupy Mayor Jean Quan’s office at City Hall.
Port of Oakland officials say disruptions caused by protesters likely cost businesses, workers and the surrounding community millions of dollars.
A new survey finds Californians evenly split over the Occupy Wall Street protest movement, though a decisive majority say they agree with the reason for the protests.
Hundreds of Occupy UC Davis student protesters marched into the school’s financial office on Monday.
Anti-Wall Street protesters are taking their message about corporate greed to Black Friday shoppers, staging demonstrations in shopping areas around California.
The UC Davis chancellor defended herself Tuesday from criticism over the campus police force’s pepper spraying of peaceful demonstrators as information emerged about the officer at the heart of the incident.
The Occupy protests at UC colleges, most notably Friday’s pepper-spraying at UC Davis, have received national exposure, but the question now is what if any effect they will have on tuition costs.
CBS13′s video and cellphone footage of riot police repeatedly pepper-spraying a row of seated, non-violent Occupy Wall Street protesters at UC Davis have sparked outrage, an investigation and calls for the college chancellor’s resignation.
Today, the AC is still busted, and it is a sweltering 80 degrees in the studio, which is giving Don the sweats. Dave goes into his office and gets a large industrial fan to cool […]
DAVIS (CBS13) — People are expressing dissent on the the campus of UC Davis, and they’re not going anywhere. Reporter: “It’s possible you could be camped out here for days?” Student: “Oh yeah, absolutely.” The […]
Thousands of anti-Wall Street protesters marched in the streets of Oakland on Wednesday as they geared up with labor unions to picket banks, take over foreclosed homes and vacant buildings and disrupt operations at the nation’s fifth-busiest port.