There could already be a drone conducting surveillance in the skies above your city, according to documents that discuss a series of surveillance drone tests carried out by the U.S. Marshals Service that have gone unreported for more than seven years.
A few days ago, a website called The Truth Is Viral “broke” a story that the Marines from Marines Corps Barracks Washington, D.C., 8th & I who marched in the President Barack Obama inaugural parade were “ringers.” In short, no, they weren’t.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a VICE media employee, three Harlem Globe trotters and Dennis Rodman—no, this isn’t the beginning of a walk into a bar” joke—got together Thursday to tape a made-for-TV basketball exhibition in the Hermit Kingdom for an upcoming HBO show.
Protestors took to cities throughout the Nation Wednesday to denounce “Stand Your Ground” laws as they marked the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of 17-year old Trayvon Martin.
Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day. Click the links for the full stories.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is fond of claiming that U.S. border security is “better than ever.” However, a new Government Accountability Office report that details how DHS quantifies how well the borders are guarded tells a different story.
If you want something done right, do it yourself. That DIY maxim is apparently fueling some Oakland, Calif., civilians’ community-minded vigilantism. Reportedly, crime has become so commonplace that residents have written off the cops and instead begun patrolling the streets and posting “wanted” signs for bad guys.
Even while they are still medical school students and residents, future healthcare providers are already commonly given meals, gifts and industry-sponsored educational materials by pharmaceutical sales representatives.
In rural Texas, paramedics could soon be allowed to carry firearms for on-the-job protection, if a bill introduced this year by Representative Ken King (R-Canadian) succeeds before the State Legislature.
Chuck Hagel was sworn in Wednesday as the defense secretary after overcoming strong opposition from hawkish Republicans due to past statements about U.S. relations with Israel and Iran.