...Just Unmasked Their Entire Investigation
It depends on who's talking.
Much has been written about JFK's killing, but few know the mysteries surrounding his brother's death that have even convinced his son. As the killer is set for release, TOM LEONARD examines the case
Sirhan Sirhan, 77, the man convicted of assassinating RFK in 1968, could be freed TODAY: Kennedy family back his release and he wants to live with his brother in California after his release
Sirhan Sirhan - who assassinated Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 - could soon be a free man after prosecutors said they WON'T oppose his parole: Robert Kennedy Jr. supports release and believes he is innocent and was set up
Rumble -- Attorneys say Jan. 6 protesters are still being held and mistreated in jail. One America's John Hines has more from Washington.
VAX OR JAIL?
The cases in Ohio are especially troubling because they involve defendants whose bodily autonomy is being violated not only once, but twice by their government.
A 29-year-old Illinois man was sentenced Tuesday to nearly nine years in federal prison for setting fire to a cell phone store in Minneapolis during the riots in 2020.
There are those who think that the so-called riot or so-called insurrection in the Capitol last January justified the killing of Ashli Babbitt, the Air Force veteran who was shot dead by a still-unidentified Capitol police officer during the melee.
Police wrongfully arrested a homeless man for a crime committed by another person, locked him up in a state hospital for more than two years, forced him to take powerful medication and then tried to cover up the mistake by quietly setting him free.
One has to wonder how much state money they got for keeping this person for three years??????
'Ben Shapiro Show' host criticizes Attorney General Letitia James for laying out case against the New York governor but not doing anything about it.
San Francisco's broad-daylight retail heists have shocked the nation in their brazenness. They've triggered the closings of stores, such as Walgreens, and the shortening of hours from retail giants such as Target. Forty-four percent of city is planni
--People's Liberation Army Member, Opens Door for Her to Flee the US
Republican Representatives Paul Gosar, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, and Louie Gohmert are trying to help dozens of 1/6 Capitol protesters who are being indefinitely detained in prison and reportedly abused and tortured.
To understand what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's select committee investigation of the Capitol Hill events of Jan. 6 is all about, a good place to begin is with the sentencing hearing last week of Paul Hodgkins.
Prosecutors in Chicago are being forced to withdraw evidence generated by the technology, which led to the police killing of 13-year-old Adam Toledo earlier this year.
Last year the homicide rate in St. Louis City reached a 50-year high. In response, the radical city leadership eliminated nearly 98 police jobs.
Paul Allard Hodgkins, 38, of Tampa, was arrested Feb. 16 and pleaded guilty last month to a single felony count of obstructing an official proceeding.
While I was watching a recent video on the New York Times website about an inmate at the Pentagon's and CIA's torture and prison center at Guantanamo Bay, I was struck by the fascinating artistic talent displayed by a prisoner named Moath al-Alwi
The description is far from the image Frye presented to media of a judge kindly helping nonobjecting defendants overcome their procrastination about taking the experimental coronavirus vaccine shots.
After years of prosecutors targeting Trump in search of a crime, Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg "surrendered early Thursday to New York authorities for arraignment in the first criminal indictment arising from a two-year investigation int
An FBI informant on Julian Assange upon whose information the U.S. based a key part of its computer intrusion charge against Assange has now admitted that he lied.
Snowden declares 'end of case against Julian Assange' after newspaper reveals LIES by key witness in US extradition case
This is the story of how the FBI framed four innocent men for murder, destroyed families, and tried to cover it up.
Business owners and residents in New York City are expressing fury at the revelation that prosecutors have dropped looing and rioting charges against hundreds arrested during chaos that swept the city last summer.