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FBI does not want citizens to know about ‘stingray’ phone trackers

The FBI has reportedly told various police departments throughout the U.S. to keep their use of "stingray" cellphone trackers quiet and to not inform...

President Obama considering arming Ukrainian forces

World leaders have been struggling with how to confront the issue of the war in Ukraine, and President Obama on Monday said he was...

Man makes bomb threat, drives truck through Coast Guard Station in...

A Michigan man, who claimed to have a bomb with him, drove his truck into the U.S. Coast Guard Station on Lake Michigan early...

EXCLUSIVE: Sheriff Stands Up to IRS, Cancels Land Sale

WASHINGTON, February 7, 2015—New Mexico’s Eddy County Sheriff Scott London notified the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) via letter that the sale of county resident...

Raising resisting arrest to felony charge could happen in NYC

The commissioner of the NYPD, Bill Bratton, has made the suggestion of raising the charge of resisting arrest to a felony. At a joint hearing...

TSA holds man for 20 hours after incident at airport

A traveler from Philadelphia, who was attempting to fly to Miami to run a half-marathon in January 2013, was detained by TSA agents for...

NYPD officer indicted for stomping a citizen’s head

An NYPD officer has been indicted on multiple charges, including assault, after he allegedly kicked a subdued citizen in the head during an arrest...

UN courts dismiss claims of genocide between Serbia and Croatia

The highest court within the UN has ruled the acts of war committed by Croatia and Serbia against the other's population in the 1990's...

New Hampshire bill would end military-grade weapons in police hands

Many police departments have received military-grade weapons and hardware from the Pentagon and other government programs, but a New Hampshire bill would ban any...

One prisoner exchanged for Sgt. Bergdahl has made suspicious communications

One of the five prisoners exchanged for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in May 2014, is reportedly being investigated for making suspicious phone calls to...

Former scientist jailed for attempting to sell nuclear bomb secrets

A former scientist who worked for the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, has been sentenced to five years in prison for attempting...

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...

Alabama lawmaker threatens to ‘out’ other lawmakers’ affairs

Alabama's first openly gay lawmaker has threatened to expose the adulterous behavior of other Alabama lawmakers after some fought the state's decision to recognize...

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...
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Civil rights probe launched into death of Rikers Island inmate

The death of an inmate at the New York prison Rikers Island has caused a watchdog agency within the state to seek for the...

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...