your own front yard...(Natural News) A court in Florida has decided that homeowners do not, in fact, have the right to garden on their own property. While the court says flower gardens and fruit trees are acceptable horticultural pursuits for a fron
Corruption and racketeering invoke images of the mafia, drugs, violence, and connected judges or politicians. But sometimes organized crime covers more mundane businesses than nightclubs and casinos.
Amid the bad news this summer of racial tensions in Charlottesville and biblical-like floods in Houston and preening saber rattling between Pyongyang and Washington, a dangerous below-the-radar trend has been developing about which all who believe th
Space police. When is it too soon to make a new federal policing agency to make sure no one is illegally mining asteroids?
Martin Shkreli bought up a bunch of domains associated with journalists who criticized him. We talked to an expert about whether what he did was legal.
In recent weeks, we've seen 5-year-olds fined for selling lemonade, pet sitters ticketed for watching cats without a permit, teens handcuffed for selling bottles of water to thirsty people, and efforts to criminalize screen time for kids.
They are reminding the president and his aides that small indiscretions can spell big trouble
People will be able to use voicemail and text messages to make their wills, under a radical overhaul of inheritance laws proposed by the Government's legal advisors.
For months and months, Charlie Gard's parents have been fighting for his life. Charlie has a rare genetic condition and resulting brain damage that has robbed him of his ability to move his arms and legs, eat or breathe on his own. The 10-month-ol
Brussels set to demand changes to tech giant's business practices in Europe
Multiple Suspicious Deaths. While the rest of the United States seems fixated on this week's Senate hearing testimony of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions (to discuss his involvement in the pseudo-scandal which is the meddling of the Russians in
James Comey admits to taking official government documents home and then giving them to the NY Times; he directly contradicts his 3 May 2017, under-oath testimony; he publicly conspires with that stooge of a Special Counsel Robert Mueller to stage-ma
A Supreme Court decision on Monday will limit the controversial practice of "venue shopping" -- where plaintiffs pick court locations that they believe will be favorable to the cases they're arguing.
If you're a resident of Huntingdon County unfortunate enough to have your property in the path of Sunoco's Mariner East 2 pipeline, you can forget protesting -- unless arrest and jail time aren't an issue for you.
Without Your Informed Consent ...A new law quietly passed last December contains a waiver of informed consent that eliminates the requirement of pharmaceutical companies to let you know if a medication or vaccine given to you or your child is experim
Wilmington, NC -- A powerful video, taken by an attorney while being harassed by police, illustrates the power of filming -- and why cops will lie through their teeth, apply intimidation tactics, and threaten you to get you to stop it.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Roundups of undocumented immigrants across the country have sent immigrant rights advocates to social media, blasting out information in multiple languages on how those caught up in such raids should respond.
A federal appeals court unanimously refused to reinstate President Donald Trump's ban on travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, issuing a sharp rebuke in a ruling likely destined for the U.S. Supreme Court.
A top lawyer for internet retailer Amazon is taking a victory lap for the company's role in the Ninth Circuit Court's decision to retain the temporary restraining order halting President Trump's travel ban.
"Disheartening and demoralizing," wailed Judge Neil Gorsuch of President Trump's comments about the judges seeking to overturn his 90-day ban on travel to the U.S. from the Greater Middle East war zones.
If the #DeleteUber campaign taught the tech industry anything, it's that trying to stay neutral on President Trump's refugee ban can quickly turn into a marketing catastrophe.
Welcome to New World Next Week -- the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week's episode:
Last week, President-elect Donald Trump re-emphasized the approach he will take in enforcing the nation's immigration laws, which is much different from the manner of enforcement utilized by President Barack Obama.
I was released from jail Tuesday evening, 12-13-16 at 7:00 pm. My bail bond is for $6000.00. I am now in Orlando staying with Mark Schmidter. Court date is set for February 5, I think. Thank you for your concern. Yours in freedom and justice--Jul
The Democratic National Committee has filed a lawsuit against the Donald Trump campaign, state Republican parties, and Roger Stone's "Stop the Steal" group -- asking the court to bar "citizen journalists" from the polls.
Flint, MI -- Michigan has stripped the City of Flint of the ability to sue over the lead contamination of its water supply.
Observing that "copyright is not a divine right", the Delhi high court on Friday allowed Delhi University to issue photocopies of major textbooks published by leading publishers. The Justice held that the act of students getting books copied from
In a sign of solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, the Obama administration is supporting an emergency temporary restraining order against the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline.
Tesla's ongoing battle with an independent repair shop in Denmark is emblematic of a growing trend: Technology companies simply do not want third parties to repair their products.