Chris & Sheree Geo | Apparently, the United States government is “outraged” at North Korea’s recent trial and sentencing of an American citizen to 15 years of “hard labor”.
JG Vibes | As of now over a dozen prisoners are still on hunger strike and being force fed by guards.
Aljazeera | Citizens band together to arrest former British prime minister over involvement in Iraq's invasion a decade ago.
Kimberly Paxton | A 15 year old Florida girl has been arrested for two Knockout “Game” attacks on elderly men.
Kevin Galalae | Already, the victims of this global master plan are human rights and civil liberties worldwide, the national constitutions and international covenants that enshrine them, and the international legal system that safeguards them.
Jacob Chamberlain | Guards at Guantanamo Bay fired four "non-lethal" rounds at prisoners on Saturday after attempting to force prisoners from communal cellblocks into isolated one-man cells—in an attempt to end an ongoing hunger strike in the secretive prison.
Brandon Turbeville | Coming in combination with such recent announcements as the open desire of agencies like DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) to create an Internet server that will house all verbal communications, it can scarcely be debated that the U.S.
John Vibes | Gottfrid is due to appear in court tomorrow to face trumped up "hacking" charges.
The Daily Bell | The Telegraph tells us the story of Kathryn Bolkovac, who went to Bosnia and discovered that United Nations officials and supporters were apparently involved in sex trafficking or at least covering it up.
Intellihub | Attorney General Jeff Sessions push to criminalize marijuana on a federal level may cost him his job
The Hill | Trump has repeatedly called for a wall on the southern border, which was a signature promise of his 2016 campaign
Intellihub.com | "But you understand. I know who my people are, right? Who belongs here and who doesn’t?"
Intellihub.com | Feds under fire for making far too many traffic stops on people attending Burning Man
Derrick Broze | The president of the American Medical Association has spoken out against the practice of forced feeding at the Guantanamo Bay military prison in Cuba.