Oath Keepers has filed a Court complaint against the Town of Lexington requesting reinstatement of their permit to Rally on Lexington Battle Green. The permit was pulled by the Selectmen of Lexington, ostensibly because of the danger surrounding the
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Two days later, the couple had returned to their home state of Texas. As he was traveling home from a meeting on Interstate 35, he and felt his second explosion in two days. The fertilizer plant in West, Texas exploded.
The city of Watertown, Mass., has been effectively shut down as a manhunt is underway for the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing.
The two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing killed an MIT police officer and hurled explosives at police in a car chase and gun battle overnight that left one of them dead and his brother on the loose, authorities said Friday as thousands of offi
After the explosions yesterday at the Boston Marathon, police departments used social media to send out immediate updates.
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares how his home was recently searched by police because he is growing vegetables in his bathroom.
A 39-year-old homeless man was arrested on Friday night for allegedly setting another man on fire inside his car.
Guards at the Guantanamo Bay prison fired non-lethal shots to quell prisoner unrest Saturday as they relocated inmates into individual cells, US military officials said.
President Barack Obama held a press conference on Monday afternoon after two bomb exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Race organisers said the London Marathon would go ahead on Sunday despite the death of at least two people in explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, but police said they would review security plans.
US police departments from New York to Los Angeles boosted security and were on heightened alert Monday after a double blast killed at least two people and injured 23 others at the Boston marathon.
Distance running greats Haile Gebrselassie and Paula Radcliffe were among those stunned by the twin blasts that left at least two dead and dozens injured at the Boston Marathon on Monday.
A New Hampshire police chief could have to pay up to $1,000 in fines after a 15-year-old boy killed himself with the officer’s service weapon.
Seim, a self-described “portraitist, pictorialist, and wrriter” who left with his family from Washington to go on a road trip, recorded his interaction with employees at an internal checkpoint.
Turkish police have uncovered and foiled an alleged plot by Al-Qaeda to bomb the US embassy in Ankara, as well as a synagogue and other targets in Istanbul, Turkish media reported on Friday.
Pete Eyre over at Cop Block has announced the results of the checkpoint contest (winning video appears above). Part of the announcement appears below with a link to the remainder.
Two Atlanta police cars were pelted with bricks, rocks and hammers Tuesday night after they cruised into a neighborhood where residents were already angered over cell phone footage that captured a man being beaten by several officers.
State police in Erie County, New York have admitted a huge mistake in confiscating a man’s guns under newly passed gun control laws, saying they identified the wrong person.
Paris’s Louvre museum on Thursday reopened its doors to the public after a walkout by some staff in protest at gangs of pickpockets operating at the world famous art gallery.
Five Jewish feminists who on Thursday wore prayer shawls and prayed out loud at Jerusalem’s Western Wall in defiance of a court order have been detained for questioning, a police spokeswoman said.
Police in the far north-eastern state of Maine have arrested a loner who vanished from sight in 1986 and survived by stealing supplies from area camps, local media reported Thursday.
Lawyers representing hunger-striking detainees at America’s controversial Guantánamo Bay prison have warned they fear some of the protesters could soon die in the ongoing protest.
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A 19-year-old man who allegedly stole and then crashed an 18-wheeler in California on Sunday told police he was being chased by “zombies,” according to published reports.
A gunman was shot and killed on Wednesday afternoon after holding four fire fighters hostage in Suwanee, Georgia, about 35 miles from Atlanta.
A legal fight over the government’s use of a secret surveillance tool has provided new insight into how the controversial tool works and the extent to which Verizon Wireless aided federal agents in using it to track a suspect.