Category Archive: Nation

Brotherly Bond United California Deputies During Dorner Manhunt

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies Alex, Ryan and Matt Collins were all involved in the manhunt. SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — Det. Alex Collins was speeding down a mountain road, closing in on… Continue reading

Disappearance of Student in ’04 Vexes N.H. Police

The Associated Press This Tuesday Feb. 4, 2014 photo shows a missing person poster of Maura Murray that hangs in the lobby of the police station in Haverhill, N.H. Ten years ago, the… Continue reading

Courage Is a Love Affair With The Unkown

As a college student I often hear something at the beginning of the semester that I really hate.  “Late work will not be accepted.”  In school we are programmed to believe that once… Continue reading

Bully Cops Screwed With A Wrong Guy – Know Your Rights!

Graphic video: Off-duty NY cop nearly beaten to death An exchange of words at a club turned into a gruesome brawl in the street

JAMAICA, N.Y. — Gruesome cell phone video shows an off-duty NYPD sergeant being brutally beaten outside a Queens diner early Sunday. Sgt. Mohammed Deen was knocked to the ground and repeatedly punched and… Continue reading

DETROIT FACES CRUCIAL TRIAL IN BANKRUPTCY CASE

AP Photo/s.hchenDETROIT (AP) — Thousands of Detroit streetlights are dark. Many more residents have fled. Donors are replacing ambulances that limped around for 200,000 miles. Millions in debt payments have been skipped. Is… Continue reading

Police arrest 2 referees at high school game The refs were each charged with one count of Public Intimidation for trying to throw cops out of the game

Doug Mouton / Eyewitness News COVINGTON, La. — Two referees arrested during last night’s St. Paul’s vs. Mandeville game in Covington have now bonded out of the St. Tammany Parish Jail. 55-year-old Christopher… Continue reading

SHUTDOWN ORDERS ISSUED AS CONGRESS MISSES DEADLINE

Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, returns to his office after a procedural vote on the House floor, at the Capitol in Washington, Monday, Sept. 30, 2013. The Republican-controlled House and the… Continue reading