City officials declare that anarchy symbol is a hate crime and orders removal of logo from activist headquarters.
The US Air Force is offering a $5,000 reward for the return of explosives that they lost on a Native American reservation in North Dakota.
A homeless man was arrested after he was accused of using a counterfeit $10 bill at Burger King, and he was forced to sit in jail for 3 months until police realized the money was real.
Travelers who are deemed "offensive" could be the targets of even more harassment from the TSA if they are placed on the agency's new secret watchlist.
Multiple district attorneys in New York have announced that they will refuse to prosecute people who police throw in jail for possessing marijuana as it is immoral and fosters racial disparity.
Only hours after posting a photo of the morel mushrooms they found foraging earlier in the day, a couple was raided by police who thought they caught a pack of hardened criminals who'd dare to expand their minds—but they were wrong.
Eleven people were killed in Philadelphia on May 13, 1985, in one of the worst acts of police terrorism against the Civil Rights movement in U.S. history.
Hundreds of families are facing outrageous court costs and threats by police to sell their belongings at auction if they do not stay current on their trash bills.
There is now a law in one state that bans child marriage, seeking to end a disgusting trend that has impacted children as young as 10 years old.
After a homeowner was sent to the hospital with severe burns when a natural gas explosion damaged his home, the city threatened him with fines for not mowing his lawn.