On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a new policy regarding the way law enforcement can use cell-site simulators. The policy requires all federal law enforcement agencies to obtain a warrant before using the devices — known as Stingrays.

 

 

Hillary has decided that with her election as president all but in the bag, she can now blatantly take on the gun rights movement.

A federal judge in Washington issued a ruling on Monday in favor of the pro-life group March for Life against the federal contraception mandate. The 29-page ruling from U.S. District Judge Richard Leon could change the debate over the requirement that contraceptives for women be included among cost-free, preventative benefits.

North Dakota becomes the first state to allow police to use weaponized drones.

Last May a U.S. District Court handed down a decision that the NSA's broad-sweeping collection of private citizens' phone meta-data was illegal, "unprecedented and unwarranted." Friday, an appeals court struck down that court's ruling, sending the whole thing back to square one.

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