Both the Barrack Obama and the Donald Trump campaigns engaged in social media warfare—in which Facebook participated—to insidiously mine your private information for political gain.
Instead of looking at the science and data on how to beat the opioid crisis, Trump is following the lead of Saudi Arabi whose plan of killing people for selling drugs has done nothing to deter use.
The state of Tennessee has recently begun cracking down on residents who would dare braid someone's hair without first paying the government for the privilege of doing so.
A Florida man has become the first person in the state to have his due process removed and his guns taken before he was determined to be mentally unfit and before he was accused of a crime.
“She’s doing her job and doing a good one,” said the sheriff of a cop who shot and killed an unarmed father of two on video as he had his hands in the air.
Dangerous hypocrisy was on display yesterday as multiple politicians marched to advocate of stripping you of your gun rights while they were completely surrounded by guns.
Politicians, victims, and activists are lashing out at police after discovering an internal memo that discouraged police from investigating a massive child trafficking ring because they claimed the children consented.
A high school student was suspended after he made the choice to stay in the classroom while other students participated in the 17-minute walkout for gun control.
In what can be called a Freudian slip, a US congressman accidentally admitted that the government is scared of the blockchain because it makes it harder for them to control you.
As Baltimore's schools crumble and students are forced to sit in classrooms with dangerously low temperatures, the mayor is spending $100,000 on busing students to a gun control rally.