Intellihub | Over the weekend the secret service responded to anonymous tips that a man in an Ohio restaurant was making threats against president Obama. Apparently the man was overheard saying that he was going to "take Obama out".
Michael F. Haverluck | Over the past 18 months, a massive $100 million public-school database spearheaded by the $36.4 billion-strong Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been in the making that freely shares student information with private companies.
Carolos Miller | Arkansas deputies are refusing to return a man’s iPhone after they arrested him for video recording them with it, even though his case was dismissed last month.
Joe Schoffstall | The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) predicts 10,000 commercial drones could be in the skies by 2020 after guidelines are approved.
All Gov | It may not be long before drones become a common sight over the skies of the United States, which from a legal and privacy standpoint is far from ready, a congressional panel was told this week.
JG Vibes | It is true that police officers and military agents are exposed to a lot of violence, but more often than not they are the ones on the delivering end of that violence. What about those on the receiving end? Surely those who are on an even more unpleasant side of that violence suffer from many of those same symptoms.
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.
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.
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.
Derrick Broze | Since the Sandy Hook massacre governments around the Nation and world have been clamoring for regulation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
OWS | Occupy Wall Street coverage of the Kimani Gray Vigil, protests and arrests.
TheNewAmerican.com | 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Shepard Ambellas | The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is ramping up for what could be nothing other than a conflict on American soil.
Paul Joseph Watson | A solicitation for a no bid contract posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website contains details of a DHS agreement with Sig Sauer to provide weapons parts under the remit of a $900,000 dollar a year contract set to run for five years.
Sartre | If this development is intended to restore confidence in the agency, just what kind of organization will emerge from a careerist covert agent at the helm?
dev-test.intellihub.com | he TSA head was questioned on how citizens have been invasively targeted at airports across the United States in the name of terror.
Press TV | Two New York City officers in plain clothes have shot to death a teenager in Brooklyn.
JG Vibes | Someone with no concept of history, or the effects of war itself would assume that PTSD is a new condition simply because the medical classification is fairly new.
ACLU | The ACLU currently has two Freedom of Information Act lawsuits pending before federal appeals courts in Washington and New York seeking the release of Office of Legal Counsel memos and other records concerning the targeted killing program.
JG Vibes | This week at Manchester Community College in Connecticut a SWAT team responded to a report of a gun on Campus with immense force, treating the students like prisoners, and locking down the whole school for over 6 hours.