The Supreme Court has ruled that the Trump Administration's travel ban is legal—letting the U.S. ban the refugees it is created in the Middle East.
A Texas police chief called a press conference during which he was supposed to address concerns with police accountability activists. As it started, however, he arrested everyone.
A state with notoriously strict gun laws is now giving citizens 180 days to surrender all firearms that hold more than 10 rounds.
The director of ICE claimed his agents can't be compared to Nazis because they are “simply enforcing the laws,” which was the same defense used by the Nazis.
As the left and right bicker over who's to blame for the immigration crisis and how to deal with the influx of immigrants, those of us paying attention have the solution.
Trump became visibly frustrated when a protester held up a photo of Trump and his close friend from the past, which said: "Who is Jeffrey Epstein?"
A report claims that the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline lobbied for harsher sentences for protests related to "critical infrastructure."
Because of the state's draconian "eavesdropping law," a 13-year-old is now facing felony charges for recording a conversation with his school principal.
A Border Patrol agent who was arrested and charged with possession of child pornography was hired by an immigrant shelter and given access to children.
Disturbing video shows young girls — who were reportedly taken from their parents at the border — with their heads covered in black blankets being loaded into a car in the middle of the night.