What happens during a national emergency? People know that the President of the United States would be the one to declare the emergency, but under what criteria? What about our Constitutional Rights during the emergency?
Those wacky, dangerous North Koreans are at it again, but not without some help from their "brotherly" South Korean neighbors.
A group of military veterans are suing to get the CIA to come clean about allegedly implanting remote control devices in their brains.
Federal authorities are investigating whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange violated criminal laws in the group's release of government documents, including possible charges under the Espionage Act, sources familiar with the inquiry said Monday.
Neither Senator nor any of the bills sponsors make any mention of the subjugation to unlawful trade and harmonization agreements or the underlying assaults on Constitutional rights. Not one speaker can claim anything other than systems already in pl
A quick aside in a New York Times article about leaked diplomatic cables is sure to spark renewed interest about the role of the US' biggest ally in the Gulf supporting terrorism.
Ron Paul has 2 proposals for the new Congress: 1) Refuse to raise the debt limit! Find a way, month by month, for Congress to spend only what the Treasury raises in revenue. 2) Start over from scratch with the 13 appropriations bills that fund the
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MI6 agents were responsible for promoting an impostor who they believed was a senior Taliban commander key to the Afghan peace process, the Times reported Friday.
In the wake of the death of Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi, the New Jersey state Senate and Assembly passed an "Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights" today (Nov. 22). According to nj.com, the bill would require most public school employees to
Air travelers may think they have a lot to worry about this Thanksgiving, what with the strict TSA screenings. But the Associated Press reports that people driving to Mexico are less worried about pat-downs than shootouts.
Cabinet secretaries, top congressional leaders and an exclusive group of senior U.S. officials are exempt from toughened new airport screening procedures when they fly commercially with government-approved federal security details.
The $1.5 billion in cost overruns needed to complete the planned successor to the Hubble Space Telescope had NASA astrophysicists fearing for the future of other projects.
“We are being set up, as a nation. A food crisis is about to hit this country as our strategic grain reserve sits empty, as no commodities surpluses have been stockpiled and as absolutely every agricultural product is targeted for exporting to the hi
If North Korea’s going to flaunt its new uranium-enrichment facility to the world, South Korea isn’t going to sit back and take it. Seoul is considering a request for the U.S. to return tactical nuclear weapons for the first time in 15 years.
You can rest assured that the 43,000 Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) handling airport screening have benefited from the most rigorous and up-to-date training the U.S. government can provide.
In a bid to bring the life-saving emergency service 911 into the 21st century, the FCC is looking at letting citizens report crimes through text messages and even stream video from their mobile phones to emergency centers.
But with the Hall of Justice unavailable, a group of street performers nicknamed the Hollywood Characters aired their beef against the Los Angeles Police Department in federal court.
Jim, the author of JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters, demonstrates that John F. Kennedy was assassinated not by the usual "lone nut," himself killed by another lone nut, but because he turned towards peace.
The government says 1 in 5 American adults suffered from mental illness during the past year. Most didn't receive treatment. A survey by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration found that 45 million experienced some form of ment
When 13-year-olds set up shop at a park last month, they were expecting a tidy profit. Instead, the wannabe entrepreneurs selling cupcakes, cookies, brownies and Rice Krispie treats baked by them got a taste of cold, hard bureaucracy.
As a dog in war-torn Afghanistan, Target survived an explosion set off by a suicide bomber he had fought off, potentially saving dozens of soldiers' lives. But Target could not survive his time in the care of Pinal County's Animal Control division.
Texas officials charged with protecting the environment and public health have for years made arbitrary subtractions to the measured levels of radiation delivered by water utilities across the state, according to a series of investigative reports out
So you have apples in that pay basket! When I heard that Rand Paul had claimed that average federal employee's compensation (including benefits) was more than $120,000, I thought that can't be true. Then I read Media Matters' lengthy response to the
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission can't effectively fight manipulation because separate divisions that watch and police markets don't interact well, a 2009 internal report found.
The president, could murder anyone it wishes, citizens or noncitizens, at will.
Last month, John Cole complained after his local water company dug a hole in his backyard without his permission. They were installing an outdoor water meter.
Corpses, cancer patients and diseased lungs are among the images the federal government plans for larger, graphic warning labels that would take up half of each pack of cigarettes sold in the United States. Whether smokers addicted to nicotine will s
George W. Bush’s bombastic return to the world stage has reminded me of my favourite Bush anecdote, which for various reasons we couldn’t publish at the time. Some of the witnesses still dine out on it.
DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano's appointment of "de-radicalization" expert Mohamed Elibiary to the Homeland Security Advisory Council earlier this month has thus far drawn little attention from Congress or the media, despite his record.