Video From US Prison Shows Inmate Held Down, Pepper Sprayed at Close Range

RT | In what promises to be a major public relations headache for Maine's Department of Corrections, local media have released raw footage of a restrained inmate being subdued with pepper spray and then left unattended for over twenty minutes.

Shooting at US Military Base Leaves 3 Marines Dead, Including Shooter

Intellihub | Late last night, just before midnight, a staff member at Quantico military base murdered two other marines and then allegedly turned the gun on himself.

Today is the 33rd Anniversary of the Georgia Guide Stones Construction

Intellihub | The Georgia Guide Stones become 33 years old today, and now is a better time than ever to spread the word about this monument and the goals that it has immortalized in stone.

Hey Iraqis: How’s that “Liberation” Stuff Workin’ Out For Ya?

Kevin Carson | This is the “liberation” agenda for which Rumsfeld and his fellow war criminals murdered hundreds of thousands, and physically crippled or psychologically scarred untold hundreds of thousands more.

NYPD Facing Double-Barreled Challenge to Marijuana Practices

Phillip Smith | Under the stop-and-frisk program, which the city touts as a crime-fighting effort, more than 531,000 people were stopped last year and nearly five million in the past decade.

“Drone Command Center” to Open in Pennsylvania Suburb

JG Vibes | With drones quickly becoming the favorite toy of the military industrial complex, more and more operation centers are opening up all over the country.

Hotheaded Pittsburgh Cop Tases Man as he Walks Away (Video)

Carlos Miller | A hotheaded Pittsburgh police officer with a Joe Pesci accent was caught on video tasering a man who was already walking away after being ordered to do so.

The State of Gun Control: Colorado, Feinstein, and the U.N.

Derrick Broze | Since the Sandy Hook massacre governments around the Nation and world have been clamoring for regulation.

NYPD Spends Over 1 Million Man Hours on Over 440,000 Marijuana Arrests

Shepard Ambellas | In what can be defined as nothing other than a big waste of US tax monies, the New York Police Department (NYPD) has spent over 1 million man hours in the last decade to arrest over 440,000 people for marijuana possession.

NATO Cyberwar Directive Declares Hackers Military Targets

RT | As the United States and its adversaries move from using missiles to malware on its targets, a group of specialists have drafted preliminary guidelines for the world’s ramped-up cyberwars.

Cops: U.S. Law Should Require Logs of Your Text Messages

Cnet | AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and other wireless providers would be required to capture and store Americans' confidential text messages, according to a proposal that will be presented to a congressional panel today.

Survivalist Faces Charges for Teaching in Self-Built School

RT | Eustace Conway has lived in the wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains for 30 years, detached from modern society. Now, he wants to teach others his survival skills – but the state of North Carolina has slammed him with a series of violations.

Iraq: Ten Years on and the War on Terror is Still a Hoax

Derrick Broze | On the evening of March 19th 2003 Operation Iraqi Freedom began and the United States dropped bombs on Baghdad, Iraq.

10 Years After Iraq Invasion: Continued Myths, Hundreds of Thousands Killed

Andrea Germanos | The Iraq war, which most today in the U.S. see as a mistake, has cost the U.S. trillions of dollars, billions of which were "wasted."

Cops: America’s Baddest Street Gang

Alfred Adask |  Cops are portrayed as working in a dangerous world where they might be shot and killed at any moment by “bad guys”.   And they’re all heroes, of course.

Over 330mn Abortions in China in 40 Years of One-Child Policy – Ministry

RT | More than 330 million abortions and almost 200 million sterilizations have been performed in China since family-planning policies to limit the population were introduced 40 years ago, the country’s Health Ministry has revealed.

Authority: If It’s Good, Why Does It Make Us Feel So Bad?

Kevin Carson | Institutions like the state don’t have legitimate authority over you because we don’t own other people, and you can’t delegate an authority you don’t have to an institution to exercise on your behalf.

Parents of British Man Killed by US Drone Blames UK Government

Chris Woods | The parents of a British-born man killed by a US drone strike after being stripped of his UK citizenship have spoken out for the first time – to say they will never forgive the British Government for his death.

Brooklyn Under Siege – Day 4

Deborah Dupre | Conventional media reporters remain for the most part absent in the Brooklyn riots Friday, Day 4 of the U.S. “paramilitary” clashing with hundreds of protesters, angry at the Saturday police killing 16-year-old Kimani Gray, shot eleven times.

Rage in Brooklyn: Arrests at Third Day of Demonstrations for Teen Killed by NYPD

OWS | Occupy Wall Street coverage of the Kimani Gray Vigil, protests and arrests.

US Drones Disrupt Normal Life of Pakistani Civilians: Liaghat Ali Khan

Press TV | A political analyst tells Press TV that the drone policy violates the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Pakistan and it is disrupting the normal life of ordinary people living in the tribal areas.

Court: CIA’s Defense of Drone Secrecy ‘Neither Logical Nor Plausible’

Jacob Chamberlain | The American Civil Liberties Union claimed a small victory against the CIA on Friday, following a federal court ruling that determined the CIA cannot deny its "intelligence interest" in the targeted killing program or continue its argument that the program's literal existence remains a secret protected by national security claims.

Missouri Dept. of Revenue Collecting Citizen Data and Sending it to DHS | The Missouri Department of Revenue is colluding with the Department of Homeland Security to collect citizens’ biometric information and store it in a massive federal database.

North Korea’s Nuclear Capability and Recent Threats Against the US

Shepard Ambellas | A nuclear test back in February prompted the UN to prepare sanctions on Pyongyang which escalated into threats last week out of North Korea of a preemptive nuclear strike on the United States. Friday North Korea pushed further firing test rockets into the Sea of Japan.

Military Choppers Spotted In Groves Above Florida as Drills Ensue

Bob Tuskin | My wife and I have been wondering why there has been unusual numbers military helicopters flying in our skies this week so I decided to look into it.

Whistleblower: VA Withheld Data Linking Gulf War Vets’ Sicknesses to Toxic Exposures

Andrea Germanos | “Anything that supports the position that Gulf War illness is a neurological condition is unlikely to ever be published,” Steven Coughin told lawmakers on Wednesday

Slain Teens Mom Wants Officers Arrested

Press TV | The mother of an African-American teenager who was fatally shot by police in New York City says that her son was slaughtered and she wants the arrest of the officers responsible.

‘Frozen Zone’ Declared in Brooklyn as Cops Arrest Citizens at Kimani Gray Vigil

Shepard Ambellas | Protestors massed at the 67th precinct in Flatbrush for the last 4 days in disagreement with the killing of an innocent 16 year old boy last Saturday who was shot dead by local police.

Hundreds Rally in Brooklyn for Second Night of Police Brutality Protest

RT | Hundreds gathered in Brooklyn's East Flatbush neighborhood Tuesday for a second night of protest over the death of 16-year-old Kimani Gray, who was shot to death by police days before.

The Pentagon’s “Ides of March”: Best Month to Go to War

Prof Michel Chossudovsky | In recent history, from the Vietnam war to the present, the month of March has been chosen by Pentagon and NATO military planners as the “best month” to go to war.