New York City police stops of hundreds of thousands of people each year are in the spotlight as city lawmakers consider setting new rules for the stop-and-frisk practice and even appointing an inspector general to monitor the police department.
Two Texan police officers are being sued for using a Taser to shock a man who was having a seizure, causing the 50-year-old to suffer a heart attack and permanent brain damage.
If the Biblical saying (Hosea 4:6) “My people perish from lack of knowledge.” is indeed true, Americans should be placed at the top of the endangered species list.Entered By: Dave Hodges
Journalists rarely take a vocal stand against legislation in order to remain objective, but sometimes new laws are such an egregious assault on our basic rights to democracy and freedom that we have a duty to speak up. This is the case with the Na
Without comment Justices declined to review a lower court’s Dec. decision dismissing the EFF’s lawsuit challenging the NSA’s warrantless eavesdropping program. Congressional legislation retroactively immunizing the telcos from being sued for cooperat
The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) requires all citizens of the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Bermuda to have a passport or other accepted document that establishes the bearer’s identity and nationality to enter or depart the United
Do the Swiss know something the rest of us don’t?
Tucked into the U.S. Supreme Court’s agenda this fall is a little-known case that could upend your ability to resell everything from your grandmother’s antique furniture to your iPhone 4.
My friend John Wayne Smith phoned that he had been interviewed by a man purporting to be an FBI agent and a man from his local sheriff's office about me. They wanted to know if I'm a dangerous person, and how long John had known me.
What kinds of gear will be needed by future firefighters, EMTs, and cops?
A man who snapped photos of a brewing storm last month received a visit today from an FBI Agent, inquiring why he would want to take such photos. Michael Galindo explained he was simply volunteering for the National Weather Service.
Travelers who display lack of obedience targeted for retaliation
It Is Believed Obama White House Already Using NDAA To Detain U.S. Citizens Without Trial.
A 61-year-old man was shot to death by police while his wife was handcuffed in another room during a drug raid on the wrong house.
Flemington, New Jersey has all of 4,500 people. It hasn’t seen a murder in well over a decade.
The U.S. Air National Guard has purchased half a million dollars worth of portable LRAD acoustic systems, which are commonly used by police to quell protests and civil unrest, ensuring that the sonic weapons will be deployed “throughout” America duri
A man was murdered by the police after they raided the wrong house looking for drugs. His 70 year old wife was thrown to the ground and handcuffed after they shot her husband who believed the cops to be intruders.
A Saginaw police supervisor has been demoted and two officers disciplined for their roles in the fatal shooting of a homeless, mentally ill man in a parking lot, city officials said Friday following a review of the case. The on-scene supervisor d
Get your own Green Beam Laser by emailing Manchester, NH-based entrepreneur and activist Bill Domenico: email@example.com
Infowars Reporter Jakari Jackson gives you a sneak peak at the dystopic future envisioned in the upcoming Judge Dredd re-make. It’s a future that awaits us all if we continue to give up our liberty for security.
A family is still trying to figure out what happened after a package was delivered on Friday and 10 minutes later drug raiders broke in the door.
Just a few weeks ago, an FBI task force raided a home in Portland, Oregon very early in the morning. They broke down the front door with a battering ram and threw in a stun grenade, which is non-lethal but produces a very loud and disorienting noise
The Obama administration warned a judge’s ruling blocking a statute authorizing the indefinite detention of terrorism suspects has jeopardized its ability to continue detaining certain prisoners captured during the war in Afghanistan.
A judge in Arizona ruled Tuesday that police can immediately start enforcing the most contentious section of the state’s immigration law, marking the first time officers can carry out the so-called “show me your papers” provision.