The US Senate has voted 74-21 to pass the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA), a bill that will allow tech companies to share user data with government agencies — dealing a blow to citizens’ CISA
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by Wikimedia and other groups challenging one of the U.S. National Security Agency’s mass surveillance programs, the Baltimore Sun reported.
"We’re really numb right now, just trying to understand what happened." A plainclothes police officer fatally shot a Florida man whose car had broken down early on Sunday, claiming that he had a gun. Jones,
A New York prison guard struck an inmate so hard that he had to have part of his genitals surgically removed
It did not end well for Fabian. Bukowski was conducting a morning head count at the medium-security prison when he noticed that Fabian was speaking to another inmate. Inmates are supposed to stand in and
If you rub elbows with big-time drug dealers, you can get sentenced to decades behind bars thanks to laws passed at the height of the drug panic in the 1980s. In 2013, a cow wandered off a North Dakota
Louisiana officials have issued an arrest warrant for a convicted killer they say was accidentally released from prison last week. Benjueil Johnson, 32, was serving a 40-year sentence at the Dixon Correctional
Mobile phone footage of incident in Delaware shows an officer firing at Jeremy McDole while he was sitting in a wheelchair in broad daylight. Video purportedly showing police officers fatally shooting
Since the events in Ferguson last summer, pollsters have exhibited a renewed interest in the relationships between race and policing. Extensive public opinion research over the last year has shown stark
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Atena Farghadani, 29, was first jailed for her satirical cartoons about Iranian MPs. Now she's serving a 12 year sentence for daring to expose the reality of life in Iran's prisons. David Blair reports
Prime drafting season has arrived in the world of fantasy football. All of the preseason games are complete, and the start of the new NFL campaign is just days away. In turn, it's time to put the final
Despite urgent warnings from police and others about a “war on cops” allegedly linked to the Black Lives Matter protest movement, statistics show 2015 is in fact shaping up to be one of the safest years
Was This Louisiana Cop Accused of Being in the KKK Actually Fired for Objecting to Police Corruption?
Raymond Mott was fired after a photo of him at a Klan rally surfaced, but he claims he actually worked to bring the KKK down and was passing information to the FBI. On Wednesday, a Louisiana cop outed