As the U.S. Northeast emerges from yet another snowstorm, California has just concluded its hottest winter ever, registering average temperatures 4.4 degrees warmer than the state's 20th-century average.
The US Court of Appeals is set to hear a case of forced association in order to vote in a New Jersey primary. Everyone in the state paid for it, but some are more qualified to vote than others.Read more →
An Ohio police chief has just been charged after it was revealed he covered up the rape of a police cadette by a police officer. Chief Robert Lampela, 53, often goes by the name “Ric,” according to the local News Herald.
TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Tens of thousands of Israelis are gathering at a Tel Aviv square under the banner "Israel wants change" and calling for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be replaced in March 17 national elections.
The Army Times is reporting that Alaska Command has assigned an investigating officer after a complaint was filed alleging a "tradition" at Fort Wainwright where soldiers use racial slurs and names when addressing each other. A clear violation of Army Regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. "It's a shame that it's coming to this, but I'm not even making this up. I'm not making any of this up," he said. "Somebody needs to be relieved."
A US district judge ruled Friday the government must release photographs showing the abuse of detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan. The fight over the photographs dates back to controversial Abu Ghraib images.
"Meet the New Jim Crow. Fifty years ago, African-Americans were kept from the polls by the threat of beatings and lynchings. Today, Jim Crow has traded in his white sheets for spreadsheets. He’s Dr. James Crow, systems analyst. His method is lynching by laptop."
Witnesses say the Chicago Police that kidnapped them from a deli resembled ISIS terrorists more than they did peace officers. The post Deli Customers Dragged into Chicago’s Secret Prison by Masked Police appeared first on The Anti-Media.
DURHAM, N.C. — John Guarco is a sophomore at Duke, a double major in economics and political science who recently was elected vice president of student government on a campaign platform that focused on combating sexual assault.
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