A federal judge said Tuesday that the U.S. government must notify Occupy D.C. protesters if it intends to evict them from a downtown Washington park and remove their tents and other belongings.
Occupy D.C. protesters defied a deadline that said as of noon Monday they could no longer camp or sleep at McPherson Square and Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C.
U.S. Park Police warned Occupy protesters Friday they must stop camping at two Washington parks on Monday or risk arrest.
A man arrested after police found a 13-month-old baby alone in a McPherson Square tent has been released on personal recognizance but ordered to stay away from the child.
Three of the four Occupy D.C. protesters who pledged to refuse food until Congress took action to give representation to the District of Columbia have ended their fast.
One week into their hunger strike for District of Columbia voting rights in Congress, Joe Gray and Kelly Mears have lost 20 pounds each.
Several dozen protesters upset about what they call corporate greed and the excessive influence of money in politics were arrested Wednesday after shutting down K Street, home to many major lobbying firms, in a demonstration that snarled mid-day traffic in the nation’s capital.
District of Columbia police and Occupy DC protesters are offering conflicting accounts about a weekend incident in which a motorist struck three protesters near a downtown demonstration.
The National Air and Space Museum in Washington was closed Saturday after anti-war demonstrators swarmed the building to protest a drone exhibit and security guards used pepper spray to repel them, sickening a number of protesters.