A couple from Barnesville, Minnesota are under investigation for cultivating and selling marijuana after their 9-year-old daughter turned them in to police.
Maryjane's Social Club is one of dozens of private pot-smoking clubs in Colorado operating in a legal grey area Three people were cited by police for smoking in public and club owner was ticketed
On July 4th, the United States will celebrate Independence Day once again. But who in the world are we trying to kid?
Not exactly gun but . . . TTAG reader RS writes:
The Clark County, Nev., sheriff, who was in the middle of the Bundy Ranch standoff earlier this year, says he lays some of the blame with the Bureau of Land Management for "escalating" the situation with its tactics.
In a Capitol Hill hearing room two summers ago, privacy activist Christopher Soghoian organized a stunning demonstration of some new police surveillance technology.
A man dressed in a "Star Wars" stormtrooper outfit and holding a plastic gun for a video shoot prompted a lockdown in Salina, Kansas on Monday.
Participants in the CA Drug Recognition Evaluator Program are reporting they have been forced to participate in this testing or otherwise face arrest. The California Highway Patrol's program is intended to train officers how to
A new Gallup poll shows a record drop in the satisfaction of Americans over their freedoms. The massive drop is matched in such countries as Egypt, Pakistan, and Venezuela.
It's a tough time for concerned, law-abiding, fear-addled citizens around the country.
CA Cops to Homeless: Be our guinea pigs or be arrested
The toddler who was severely injured when police, looking for, $50 worth of drugs, threw a flashbang grenade into his crib, has walked out of the hospital this week!
Attorney Marc J. Victor with more on ASU english professor Dr. Ersula Ore being arrested for jaywalking. Attorney Marc Victor said both parties handled the situation wrong and tells why.
The Switzerland-based startup, established by MIT, Harvard and CERN researchers, couldn't access money that crowdfunding backers have given it, because PayPal had frozen its account. A PayPal rep apparently asked if ProtonMail had asked the governmen
California residents would have to register with the state, get fingerprinted, undergo a background check, and pay a state fee to buy a box of bullets if a bill in the state legislature becomes law.
"Emotional Contagion;" Now covering Their Tracks?
"Why would you shoot a child that is suicidal? You are there to save him, not finish him off."
I wanted to take a moment to respond to one point in an article featured on LewRockwell.com:
VIDEO: Seattle Cop Kills Man Over Not Paying Transit Fare
The underground acrobats who flip, somersault and pole-dance among New York City subway riders as trains roll are drawing a new audience -- police officers.
A California cop responding to a call about a fender bender refused to take a man's side of the story because the man insisted on video recording the conversation.
An Indianapolis woman has sued the city's police department, contending that an order to remove an "Unmarked Police Car" bumper sticker from her minivan violated her rights to free speech, the group representing her said
So, in the East German sense of the expression, those of us who have driver's licenses have "volunteered" to be stopped, interrogated, searched, and surrender bodily samples at the whim of a DUI enforcement officer.
1984 arrives 30 years late: Teacher fired for questioning Sandy Hook
Perhaps feeling a bit besieged after dog owner Sean Kendall posted a video of his impassioned confrontation with Salt Lake City police after one of their fellow officers entered his yard and shot his dog, Geist, Police Chief Chris Burbank stepped in
The lure of bulk surveillance is not just a temptation for the federal government. Cyrus Vance, the DA for Manhattan, decided to secretly fish through 381 Facebook accounts, and wanted to ensure no one was allowed to stop him.
Adam Heller, an English teacher at Fox Lane High School in Bedford, New York, has been fired for questioning the official narrative of the Sandy Hook shooting online – he is now suing.
The family of a homeless camper fatally shot by Albuquerque police in a shooting that generated national outcry and protests throughout the city, filed a wrongful death lawsuit Friday and is seeking to force the department to make dramatic reforms.
An Ohio man says he lost his job and was arrested all because his young son wanted to go out and play rather than go to church.
Police rename Fourth of July weekend "No Refusal Weekend"