New American | Marriages today often include more than just two members: husband, wife — and Big Brother.
Prison Planet.com | Teens netted a total of $10 from two victims.
Carlos Miller | Boynton Beach Police Chief Jeffrey Katz defended the aggressive reaction of his officers in a Youtube video Tuesday.
London Telegraph | E-cigarettes emit toxic chemicals which could be harmful to bystanders and should be banned indoors, the World Health Organisation said.
RT | Close to 200 state and local police departments in the United States have been suspended for losing military-level equipment.
Truth Revolt | “It’s not illegal, but here’s the thing: we can restrict your distance to her.”
Police State USA | “The investigation in this case, pretty much, can only be described as pathetic,” said the judge.
Washington Free Beacon | $1 Million study focuses on internet memes, ‘misinformation’ in political campaigns.
Justin King | George Orwell ranks among the most profound social critics of the modern era.
New American | In the nearly 13 years since the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001, there has not been a single reported incident of terrorism in Fargo.
London Independent | Saudi Arabia has beheaded at least 19 people since the beginning of August in a surge of executions, the Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said.
Ron Paul | The increasing use of military equipment by local police is a symptom of growing authoritarianism, not the cause.
Washington Post | Makers of surveillance systems are offering governments across the world the ability to track the movements of almost anybody who carries a cellphone.
Jon Rappoport | Here are the screens of Bobby Dee’s report before CNN censored the story.
Prison Planet.com | Agency quietly constructing new facilities as Latin America’s collapse into US accelerates.
Graywolf | They can even listen to your microphone if your phone is turned off.
Paul Joseph Watson | Federal agency lied in claiming there was no such policy.
Prison Planet.com | Alex Jones talks with Dr. Edward Group about the psychological state of the American police officer.
NBC Los Angeles | The protesters said they hope LA Mayor Eric Garcetti will step in to stop the use of two drones the LAPD got from Seattle’s police department in May.
The Hill | Rand Paul was right. He talked about how we cannot militarize our cities. That what it looked like.”
Steve Watson | Furious parents not informed until police had taken son into custody.
Bloomberg | Russian President Vladimir Putin is taking names. Potentially thousands.
RT | Footage seems to be at odds with parts of the official story.
Truth Revolt | “This is our objective — save lives, bottom line.”
Reuters | A St. Louis-area police officer was suspended indefinitely on Wednesday for pointing a semi-automatic assault rifle at a peaceful demonstrator.
New American | Those tempted to seek UN-inspired “international standards” for local American police forces should be careful what they wish for.
Prison Planet.com | Kit Daniels with Infowars.com encountered an alleged provocateur throwing bricks at Ferguson police while hiding about local residents.
Paul Craig Roberts | It would be illegal for the county to pay the baby’s medical bills.
Paul Joseph Watson | Even apologists for Communist Party are shocked at scenes out of Missouri.
RIA Novosti | The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) extended its restrictions on flying below 3,000 feet over Ferguson.
Lew Rockwell Blog | Some people seem to be under the impression that the police help people recover stolen property
Prison Planet.com | “Nobody is threatening anything. Nobody is doing anything. None of the stores here that I can see are being looted. There is no violence.”
Paul Joseph Watson | Training manual outlines “sniper response” during crowd control operations.
Business Insider | Many of the images that have been coming out of Ferguson, Missouri, this past week convey a worrying truth.
London Guardian | Risen accused the president of aggressively pursuing journalists.
William Norman Grigg | When you see a police officer beating or shooting a citizen, is your first impulse to sympathize with the uniformed assailant, or the victim?
Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. | Just when you thought there was no other way the snoops could hack your smartphone.
Fox 2 Now | AWOL for looting, but plenty of militarized cops out in force to harass peaceful protesters & journalists.
Mike Krieger | Rep. Johnson’s bill has a fighting chance.
USA Today | On average, there were 96 such incidents among at least 400 police killings each year.
Carlos Miller | A New Orleans police officer turned off her body cam before opening fire on a man who had escaped from her a week earlier.
Paul Joseph Watson | “I have a right to stand there and hold signs.”
William Norman Grigg | Jackson blamed “a lot of outside agitators” for the looting and other violence that has spun off from protests over the killing of Michael Brown.
RT | Satellites run by Google and other private companies may soon have the ability to capture images of a person’s face.
Mac Slavo | The name of it is telling. “MonsterMind.”
New American | Deeply controversial “smart meters” for electricity have been catching on fire and even exploding.
Mikael Thalen | Cop fails sobriety test after officers find spent shell casings.
Breitbart.com | The preferences of the average American appear to have only a minuscule impact upon public policy.
Michael Snyder | Now even the mainstream media is admitting that during an Ebola panic “people could be detained for long periods”.
Michael Krieger | I’m sure all of you have heard about what is going on in Furguson, Mo by now.