It’s all about the police state and the apocalypse.
In this post-9/11 era of national security state excesses, the largest police department in America is freaking out over the possibility of weaponized drone attacks by developing its own drone program.
America's fetish for militarized policing was on display during the frenetic search for Eric Frein, who disappeared after killing one cop and wounding another in September.
Now the barbers can proceed with their lawsuit against the Florida cops.
Urban Shield is a 48-hour training exercise for law enforcement agencies held in Northern California. The idea is to prepare the police for future terrorist attacks—but it's really just a bunch of officers playing war games.
Ferguson residents called for local officials to resign at a heated city council meeting, and have obstructed a local highway in protest.
On the night of March 11, a Twitter user stood at a window in downtown LA and took a photo of his rifle, the barrel aimed at what appeared to be a couple of pedestrians standing on a street corner in the distance.
Though casting himself as a bold teller of truths, more often than not the Reverend Al Sharpton serves the agenda of those in power.
If you ever went to this thing called school, chances are you’ve watched a Ken Burns film or three. You might think that you no longer have to sit through that kind of thing, but you probably should.
In 2011, veteran Philadelphia police officer Ray Lewis became a mascot for the non-hippies at Occupy Wall Street. Last week he brought his colorful brand of activism to Ferguson.
Ferguson isn’t the first time a local police force has turned an American city into something resembling a war zone.
VICE News reported live from the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri where protests over the police killing of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown have become a daily occurrence.