No Badges, No IDs, and Rubber Bullets: How Trump’s Secret Police Are Going After Portland Protesters
The lack of identification makes it nearly impossible to hold them accountable.
One victim alleges that he won merit badges for sex acts with the assistant scoutmaster of his troop.
He pulled over his squad car to rape a woman he was supposed to be escorting home from the hospital.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions doesn’t want states to legalize weed, but states don’t seem to care.
Although there's some reason to be optimistic, not everyone is thrilled.
The RCMP's new cyber crime strategy includes a push for new investigative tools.
The South Dakota tribe planned to open a marijuana resort, but then freaked out about the possibility of a federal raid and burned all of the marijuana.
The campaign to give out nudes for voting is now a 'factory' operation.
The debate over a federal minimum wage increase is just getting started, and presidential candidates will be weighing in.
Officers Involved in Recent Shootings Could Face the Federal Charges Brought Against Cops Who Beat Rodney King
Federal authorities are examining the deaths of Mike Brown, Eric Garner, John Crawford, and Dontre Hamilton, but federal charges for the cops remain highly unlikely.