What could happen if the deadly Ebola virus made it to the United States? It's spreading rapidly in Liberia and many people are concerned that it could be on it's way to the United States. American doctor Kent Brantley of North Carolina came down
Do we live in a police state?
Police and FBI agents investigating the disappearance and death of 14-year-old April Millsap haven't solved the case, but they did manage to impose a blockade around the entire town of Armada, Michigan.
On Monday's edition of 'The Daily Show,' senior black correspondent Larry Wilmore and Jon Stewart covered the recent and tragic Eric Garner case.
If a police officer in Wisconsin walks up and knocks on your window, motioning for you to roll your window down, the state Supreme Court says you're free to just drive away. The 5-to-2 ruling is a surprise to many people. Justice David Prosser exp
Concerns about militarization of police prompts review
At the check point, one of the boys took a picture of the border agent and "threw the agent into a frenzy." According to Fox, the agent immediately confiscated the camera, told the boy that he could be subjected to 10 years of prison
After publicly fantasizing about blowing a protester's head off with his sniper rifle, Officer Laws (yes, that's his real name) was transferred out of the SWAT team and placed on patrol duty.
Where's the line between security and liberty? American police are now armed like the military; they use their power more often and forcefully than ever before. The state has new and expanding powers to spy on almost everything you do.
New York's Division of Homeland Security is posting signs on businesses to encourage people to snitch on fellow citizens who buy such things as MRE's (Meals Ready to Eat), ammunition, flash lights, match containers, gas masks and other items deemed t
Where's the line between security and liberty?
Mass incarceration, perhaps the greatest social crisis in modern American history, is without parallel on a global scale.
Four days after my hour long hearing in Pima County Justice Court, the hearing office ruled in my favor - not guilty of excessively honking my horn while being detained by armed federal agents at an internal Border Patrol checkpoint with a spike stri
Brett Sanders was not breaking the law as a 2010 settlement with Homeland Security determined that it is legal to photograph federal buildings.
The State charged Smith with disorderly conduct and with unlawful use of a computerized communication system. Smith moved to dismiss the charges on First Amendment grounds.
Investigators are running license plate numbers, scouring social media, examining cellphone transmissions and collecting DNA as part of their investigation into who climbed the Brooklyn Bridge in the middle of the night to plant two bleached-white Am
Lunatic MI Govt Terrorists FORCE Organic Farmers to DESTROY 248 Gallons of Organic Milk & 1200 Free Range Eggs!
"Every time you see me, you want to mess with me! I'm tired of it! It stops today!"
Daniel Pantaleo, the NYPD officer who used a chokehold on Staten Island resident Eric Garner shortly before his death, has been sued twice within the past two years for alleged civil rights violations, according to SILive.com.
Know Your Rights host Britt Hysen speaks with Nina Hodjat of Hodjat Law and DUI Partners about 4th Amendment protections against unreasonable searches and seizures.
Missouri Mother gets accosted by medical staff and threatened with arrest for taking photo of her son in the hospital
There has been no shortage of community outrage in the days since the death of Eric Garner, a 43-year-old father of six suspected of selling loose cigarettes, during a violent, videotaped arrest in Staten Island last week.
Call it what you will—taxes, penalties, fees or fines—but the only word that truly describes the constant bilking of the American taxpayer by the government and its corporate partners is theft.
New York, NY—Selling cigarettes on the street cost a man his life.
Last week, Buzzfeed reporter Benny Johnson went to work on a list of the seven ugliest federal buildings in Washington, D.C.
Sacramento sheriff's deputies have been playing NSA. They tool around town with suitcase-sized StingRay surveillance devices in their squad cars, scooping up cellphone data from whomever happens to be within a one-mile radius.
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Good news regarding Major Richard Rynearson's lawsuit against the Border Patrol has recently surfaced. After having his case dismissed by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas in Del Rio in September of last year, the 5th Circuit
Yep, you read that correctly. On April 30, 2014 I was ticketed by a Pima County Sheriff's Deputy for beeping my horn at the CBP checkpoint after a CBP agent threw a spike strip down in front of my vehicle. I was stopped at primary and I asked the age
The video of Marlene Pinnock being pummeled about the head on the side of a highway by the unidentified California Highway Patrol Officer (because confidentiality matters, sometimes) was outrageous enough.