Just after multiple witnesses traveled to the Hague to testify against the White Helmets, explaining the Douma chemical attack was staged and never happened, the US has reportedly frozen their funding.
After seven months and a supreme court battle, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police have finally began releasing video from the officer's body cameras who breached the room of Stephen Paddock.
A report from Goldman Sachs openly admitted that curing patients is not a "sustainable business model" for drug companies.
An elderly man was sentenced to 8 months in a cage after he was photographed driving through a red light camera while flipping up his middle finger.
Questions about self-defense have been raised after the British government kidnapped and starved a couple's son to death and a case in America shows things could've played out different had Brits been armed.
An infuriating and telling video has resurfaced showing CNN's Wolf Blitzer call out Rand Paul for questioning the slaughter of civilians in Yemen, noting that the military-industrial complex needs war for jobs.
As police raid the homes of peaceful activists for Facebook posts critical of the state, rampant illegal threats to murder children and kill people go unchecked and essentially ignored by the social media giant.
The technology manufacturing giant, Foxconn has been given permission to drain 7 million gallons of water a day from Lake Michigan to use for free in their factory.
A Florida officer was captured on surveillance footage savagely attacking a small child — breaking his nose in two places — and he was allowed to quietly retire with no charges.