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New bill proposes a ban on body armor

A new bill has been introduced to the House which could make civilian ownership of body armor illegal. The bill, called the Responsible Body Armor...

Police want app ‘Waze’ to be disabled

A smartphone app called Waze, which allows drivers to mark where they spot police cars along roadsides, is under fire by police officers who...

Dashboard camera video shows New Jersey man shot by officers

New video footage has been released showing the fatal shooting of a New Jersey man by police officers during a traffic stop. The video comes...
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Rand Paul releases own State of the Union speech

After President Obama gave his State of the Union speech Tuesday night, Senator Rand Paul released his own State of the Union speech online. Paul...

Man arrested in Saudi Arabia for filming the beheading of a...

The Saudi Arabian police have arrested the man who filmed the public beheading of a woman in the streets of Mecca. The footage, according to...

The brutality of ISIS on full display in new photos

Editor's note: Google has found these images to be too graphic and warned that we could lose our advertising account. We have removed the...

New legislation could erase Common Core standards

As more and more states begin to reject and propose bills against Common Core standards, new legislation has been released which could cause an...

President Obama wants more competition amongst broadband providers

Many people, when in the market for broadband subscriptions, can only pick from telephone or cable providers, but President Obama wants local governments to...

NYPD on alert after ISIS video release

The New York Police Department is on high-alert after ISIS re-released a propaganda video which tells people to murderĀ "intelligence officers, police officers, soldiers and...

UPDATE: Connecticut Supreme Court rules teen must continue chemotherapy

The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled a teen must continue to undergo chemotherapy to fight her cancer, despite her wish to not undergo treatment. The...

Councilman Kirby Delauter apologizes for threatening to sue reporter

After much online ridicule was thrown his way, Frederick County, Md. Councilman Kirby Delauter has apologized to theĀ Frederick News-Post for threatening to sue the...

Florida sees an abundance of same-sex marriages after legalization

Tuesday marked the first day same-sex couples could get married in Florida, and the state saw hundreds of people come out to receive their...

A Texas paramilitary style group is organized in response to police...

Police brutality has been in the majority of headlines over the past few months, but an organization in Dallas, Texas is responding with their...

A teen is told she has to receive chemotherapy by the...

A Connecticut teen who was recently diagnosed with cancer is being forced by the state to undergo chemotherapy treatment. The 17-year-old girl, who has been...

New sanctions to be placed on North Korean organizations

While the origins of the Sony hack is still a point of contention, with some people claiming it was a company insider named Linda...

New study finds more non-Mexicans are caught entering US

The Pew Research Center released a report which has found, for the first time in over 60 years, the Border Patrol has captured more...

St. Louis Police Headquarters Stormed by Protestors

What began as a peaceful march in the city of St. Louis has turned into an occupation of a local police headquarterst by protesters...
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The NYPD has effectively stopped working

A few days after the funeral for NYPD officer Rafael Ramos, one of two slain police officers whose deaths have sparked a rift between...

Officers turning their backs on mayor called inappropriate by police commissioner

When Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City, spoke at the funeral of fallen NYPD Officer Rafael Ramos, many other NYPD officers in...

California governor sends out Christmas pardons, retracts one

California Gov. Jerry Brown has upheld his Christmas Eve tradition by issuing 105 pardons for criminals being held in the California prison system, but...