Al Sharpton’s denials have just enough ring of truth about them that the media are accepting them at face value.
That fatal March 16 police shooting of James Boyd — a homeless man with a history of mental illness — in the Sandia Foothills near Albuquerque has raised questions about whether or not the police acted excessively.
The parallels between the massacre of 13 soldiers by Major Malik Hasan at Fort Hood in 2009 and three soldiers there by Spec. Ivan Lopez on Wednesday afternoon are disturbing.
The University of California at Santa Barbara is taking the side of a feminist studies professor who is being charged with assault for attacking two young pro-life protesters. In a letter written by the university's vice chancellor Michael Young, the school concedes that the professor should not have responded so extremely to the situation, but also ultimately seemed to place the entire blame for the incident on the girls' presence on campus.
Detroit residents, fed up with the violence in their city, are becoming empowered: This year, fatal self-defense shootings are up, and crime is down.
Every day, scores of local police departments use DHS grant money to deploy sophisticated surveillance equipment.
In a move that surprised nearly everyone who knows him, California State Senator Leland Yee was arrested by the FBI on March 26 on felony charges ranging from gun trafficking to soliciting illegal campaign contributions in exchange for political favors.