President Joe Biden may have “no regrets” about not telling the American public about mishandling classified documents until after the midterm elections, but his son Hunter might come to regret writing about it.
The Los Angeles Police Department banned the Thin Blue Line flag because “violent” extremist groups “hijacked” its use, and nearly 10,000 of the county’s own officers blasted the move as “political pandering.”
One of the surviving roommates of the Nov. 13 Idaho student massacre came face-to-face with the alleged killer on the night her four housemates were murdered, but didn’t call the police for nearly eight hours.
Law enforcement authorities arrested a suspect in the brutal slaying of four University Idaho students six weeks ago, and he immediately asked them if he was the only one in custody.
This week’s insane crime stories are straight out of a movie plot, and the truth really is stranger than fiction.
The National Archives declassified over 13,000 files pertaining to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Thursday, after President Joe Biden’s order to release them on Dec. 15.
The Biden Administration’s non-binary energy secretary has been charged with the theft of a second luxury suitcase, but hasn’t been fired by the Department of Energy, despite possessing a government security clearance.
Former President Donald Trump and the former DEA agent who helped put the arms dealer that the United States just traded to Russia for the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner behind bars, slammed the swap as “a free deal.”
Spotify podcaster Joe Rogan called out the San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ “tremendously insane” vote to allow robots to used deadly force against civilians.
NCAA football and the NFL faced controversies this week that saw a college coach and player arrested in separate incidents, while an arrest warrant was issued for a prominent player, and LeBron James called out the media for ignoring Cowboy’s owner Jerry Jones’ presence at a 1957 anti-integration rally.