An ominous new bill is targeting millions of peaceful Americans who identify with being a patriot by lumping them in with extremely rare violent hate groups.
Dozens of poor and disabled veterans could soon be homeless thanks to a city's red tape war declaring their homes unfit because they don't have the proper paperwork.
A judge has ruled that the practice of state forensics labs receiving financial compensation for positive tests that lead to DUI convictions is unconstitutional.
Judge Tim Nolan of Kentucky just pleaded guilty to horrifying crimes against nearly two dozen children many of which he threatened with jail if they chose not to submit.
While the FDA pushes for a ban on kratom, a group of scientists is arguing that if it is labeled as a Schedule I drug, opioid-overdose deaths will only continue to increase.
A representative—who advocated for harsher and cruder penalties for prostitutes—has been caught spending government money to fund sex with an escort.
Rand Paul called out Republicans for becoming the definition of "intellectual dishonesty" by supporting the same spending increases with a Republican in office that they condemned when a Democrat was in office.
A judge has ruled that police must release the Body Cam footage, 911 calls and other records from the night of the Last Vegas shooting—but the release of Mandalay Bay's surveillance footage has been ignored once again.
A North Carolina Sheriff's Deputy was arrested this week for bank robbery. He robbed a major bank just hours before he was scheduled to go to work as a cop.
While the United States government spends $45 billion on the 17th year of the Afghanistan War, it ignores the fact that just half of that money could be used to virtually end homelessness in the U.S. annually.