Cop Fired for Exposing Massive Police Sex Ring Including Children in...

High-ranking officials in the Gilroy Police Department are being accused of misconduct including having sex with minors and hosting sex parties at work.

WATCH: Unarmed 17yo Boy Killed by Cop After Flashing His Brights—Judge...

After a long battle in the courts, a judge has ruled that the family's federal excessive force lawsuit can proceed against the officer who killed Devin Guilford.

New Law Lets Police Confiscate Guns “Without Due Process” If Someone...

Critics of the new law argue that it takes away an individual's right to due process, by confiscating his or her guns based on a single complaint.

Protesters Swarm City Hall After Dashcam Shows Cops Pulverize Man Over...

Residents of Euclid, Ohio express outrage at the beating of a motorist and the recent killing of a man in an officer-involved shooting.

DoJ Demands 1.3 Million IP Addresses, Info, and Photos of People...

The DOJ is demanding the IP addresses, contact information, email content and even photos of the individuals who simply visited an "anti-Trump" website.

America, Charlottesville Shows We Are Being Led Into a Civil War,...

Charlottesville proves how close we are to civil war in the US — and politicians want it that way.

Man Records Cop Stealing From His Farm, Reports It To The...

A Valencia, NM Sheriff's deputy was caught on camera stealing from a local farmer. The farmer reported him and nothing has happened.

Damning Investigation Shows Big Pharma Bribed 68,000 Doctors to Push Deadly...

One in 12 doctors received payments — totaling a whopping $46 million — from pharmaceutical companies to push opioid painkillers, in just over two years.

Gun Confiscation Fail: Law-Abiding Aussies Defenseless Against 260,000 Illegal Guns

Australian authorities have allowed for an amnesty period for law-abiding citizens to turn in any guns they have, but over a quarter-million remain on the streets.

Federal Court Rules Citizens Have No Right to Film Politicians &...

In a stunning departure from lengthy precedent, a federal appeals court has ruled citizens have no right to film politicians and police in public.