Last Thursday Montana Governor Steve Bullock signed into law the strongest prohibition yet by any state against accepting “free” used military equipment from the federal government.
Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake seems to have a unique (one would hope) method for dealing with rioters: Let them destroy property.
David Petraeus, the former CIA director and retired four-star general who once commanded military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, was sentenced to two years’ probation and fined $100,000 by a federal judge in Charlotte, North Carolina, on April 23 after pleading guilty to mishandling classified materials.
The California State Assembly is considering a bill that would permit on-the-spot drug testing of drivers by using “drug breathalyzers." AB 1356 was introduced by Assemblyman Tom Lackey, who cites the increasing use of marijuana as a cause for concern.
Hoping to “send an appropriate and much needed message” to anyone thinking of leaking classified information, the Obama administration is asking a federal judge to impose “a severe sentence” on a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer who was convicted of supplying a journalist with the details of a failed CIA plot to disrupt Iran’s nuclear program.
For decades, FBI hair examiners testified in ways that helped convict criminal defendants even when the evidence was not very strong, a review of criminal cases has found.
“There are far too many federal hands on people’s private parts in airports," declared ex-TSA official Jason Edward Harrington.
An explosive report released April 14 by the non-profit Judicial Watch, citing official Mexican military and law-enforcement sources, states that the terrorist group ISIS, now calling itself the “Islamic State,” is operating a camp in Mexico just miles away from the U.S. border.