A report from Goldman Sachs openly admitted that curing patients is not a "sustainable business model" for drug companies.
An elderly man was sentenced to 8 months in a cage after he was photographed driving through a red light camera while flipping up his middle finger.
The U.S. Army has admitted that it secretly conducted at least 239 germ warfare tests in locations across the country, targeting unsuspecting Americans.
The technology manufacturing giant, Foxconn has been given permission to drain 7 million gallons of water a day from Lake Michigan to use for free in their factory.
A recent series of tweets by hip-hop star Kanye West has sparked a firestorm of controversy and is exposing the mind-numbing power of the two-party paradigm.
As the world rallies around a baby who is being held captive and denied medical care by the UK government, police are threatening his online supporters.
Counties across Oregon are passing so-called Second Amendment Preservation ordinances in response to the proposed gun control measure known as Initiative Proposition 43 which they say is designed to take their guns.
Instead of being held to a higher standard of justice for betraying the public's trust and preying on a child, a police officer in New Jersey was let off on rape charges without having to spend a single day in jail.
A computer technician has been sentenced to prison for selling restore disks for computers after he was targeted by Microsoft for allegedly taking away from their profits.
After referring to the very real practice of the funding of terrorist families as a "far right conspiracy theory," the NY Times was forced to issue a retraction.