Police in Bakersfield, California, are investigating one of their own for allegedly fondling the bodies of dead people whom he encountered in the line of duty.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has signed into law historic legislation that will abolish civil asset forfeiture and help put an end to policing for profit in the state.
An admirably large, if single-minded, group of activists donned matching attire Saturday and rallied in Quebec City to raise Canadian leaders’ awareness of the perceived need to Do Something about anthropogenic global warming climate change.
Speaking at the NRA-Institute for Legislative Action Leadership Forum Friday, National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre warned that electing Hillary Clinton as president would throw the nation into a “permanent darkness of deceit and despair.”
The National Rifle Association’s annual meeting is going on at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee. And the scene on the ground is very different than the one described by two left-leaning media outlets.
Cop pulls man over for broken taillight, an incident that results in cop shooting man in the back as he runs away. Man falls to the ground and dies. Bystander catches incident on cellphone video. Police charge cop with murder. Thank God for cameras.
In his latest “The Americans” segment, journalist Charlie LeDuff outs Detroit-based ISIS “pin-up boy” Ahmad Jibril.
Republicans in the Kansas State Legislature are backing a bill that aims to curb the use of federal welfare assistance money for a host of nonessential goods and services ranging from liquor to having your fortune read.
Because an entire campus is too big and too dangerous, many colleges and universities in the U.S. relegate the free exercise of the 1st Amendment to designated “free speech zones.” As absurd as that sounds, it’s a common phenomenon.
Who do you think poses a bigger threat to the United States: Barack Obama or Vladimir Putin? If you answered Obama, you’re among about one-third of U.S. Republicans, according to the results of a recent poll.