Award winning Jewish author Phyllis Chesler was questioned and had her bag searched at New York’s JFK Airport as a result of a TSA agent’s suspicions over the fact that she was reading a conservative newspaper.
Homeland Security Theater productions follow a rigid formula.
And yes, we were laughing. Confessions of an ex-TSA agent.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents will work around the clock to X-ray every delivery truck and any other vehicle authorized to enter the MetLife Stadium complex for anything suspicious.
Major League Baseball teams began announcing new metal detection screening measures Tuesday, a mandatory league-wide policy expecting full implementation by 2015.
Newly released documents, and testimony from Justice Department and DEA officials now show the stories of government running cocaine are true. One of the groups leaders, Vincente Zambada-Niebla, claims the American government also sent military-grade
The Feds have a great little business going. At this rate, it’s beyond me how we have any money problems. US Customs and Border Patrol confiscate money like it’s their job. That’s because, well…it is
Exponent photo editor Michael Takeda, a junior in the College of Technology, was slammed to the ground by the Purdue Police after being found in the Electrical Engineering Building taking photos. The area had not been closed off to the public
Police would tap into private video camera recordings from San Jose residents who agree to provide access to authorities under a proposal that would expand investigators' watchful eye over the city but is raising big brother-type privacy concerns.
I received a call from a man named John on January 19 claiming to be from the TSA and had some questions for me. I asked him to call me back next day that I couldn't hear him well. He agreed and within an hour or two I download an app so I can record
A patron of an AMC theater in Columbus, Ohio, was detained for wearing Google Glass while watching a movie. The Glass-wearer, who wishes to remain anonymous, was pulled out of the theater mid-Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and questioned
Professor Rahinah Ibrahim has become the first person to successfully remove their name from a government no-fly list.
Denver police have initiated a sexual assault investigation focused on Transportation Security Administration officers at a checkpoint at Denver International Airport.
For now, America still awaits a champion who can win a major victory against internal checkpoints at the Supreme Court. But the minor everyday victories on YouTube are slowly helping to restore our constitutional rights.
My country grows stranger by the day. The elderly Italian lady who lives next door to me annotates her almanac to keep track of which moon phases bode best for planting, thinning, or harvesting fresh back yard arugula. Suspicious ways?
A gun from the failed US operation known as "Fast and Furious" turned up at the scene of a shootout between Mexican authorities and alleged cartel gunmen. At least one AK-47 could be traced back to the failed gun-walking scheme
Editor’s Note: One of the questions oft asked in alternative news circles is why, if elements within the U.S. government intend to collapse our economy and implement martial, no one within these circles has spoken out.
A federal judge today upheld a President Barack Obama administration policy allowing authorities along the U.S. border to seize and search laptops, smartphones and other electronic devices for any reason.
A new report says they're fraught with waste and abuse and have whittled away at civil liberties protections.
The Department of Homeland Security has announced an extension to the remaining states who have yet to implement the REAL ID.
A trio of innocent cab drivers are suing the federal government after they were detained for several hours in a ICE sting operation even though they were US citizens who had done absolutely nothing wrong. The Third Circuit US Court of Appeals agreed
In an effort to condition children to accept the police state, the TSA has released a cartoon depicting an family enduring a warrantless federal checkpoint at an airport. The video casts the the travelers and government agents as cute
“Jeh has a deep understanding of the threats and challenges facing the United States,” Obama said. “As the Pentagon’s top lawyer, he helped design and implement many of the policies that have kept our country safe, including our success in
Jane McManus discusses the reasons given by Super Bowl committee CEO Al Kelly indicating that tailgating will not be allowed.
Whatever happened to just playing football? When I used to watch an NFL game on television, I only wanted to watch the game.
Earlier this year when a botched ATF sting was exposed — that included agents hiring a brain-damaged man to promote an undercover storefront and then arresting him for his work — ATF officials told Congress this was an isolated case of
Oath-violating Bateman also made veiled death threats against blogger
An Air Force major asked the 5th Circuit US Court of Appeals to reinstate his lawsuit against Border Patrol agents who stopped and detained him without any reason to suspect him of wrong-doing. Richard Rynearson was driving on Highway 90
Sign says vehicles “will be searched by uniformed security”
In 2005, Rahinah Ibrahim, a visiting scholar at Stanford University, was handcuffed, detained and interrogated for two hours at San Francisco International Airport, after being told she was on a U.S. government watchlist.