Feminists Shut Down "Prevent Rape" Campaign Promoted by Police
They claimed campaign advocated “victim blaming.”
by Kit Daniels
Monsanto Has Knowingly Been Poisoning People for (at Least) 35 Years
But we’re not allowed to know about it.
by Christina Sarich

Vermont hospital treated mental patients as criminals, public records show
Records show patients were restrained and arrested instead of treated.
by Rosalind Adams
Transgender teen gets South Carolina to change driver's license policy
DMV office told transgender he needed to “look male” for license photo.
by Colleen Jenkins

California Bill Proposes New On-the-spot Drug Test Devices for Cops
State moves to clamp down on driving under the influence of marijuana.
by Adan Salazar
Residents near Duke ash dumps told not to drink well water
Tests showed contamination with toxic heavy metals.
by Michael Biesecker

Postal Worker Arrested After Holding Employees At Gunpoint
27-year-old man now facing Aggravated Assault charges.
by CBS DFW
Toni Morrison: ‘I Want To See A Cop Shoot A White Unarmed Teenager’
Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winning author Toni Morrison took a harsh view on the issue of racial disparities in the justice system during a recent interview.
by Daily Caller


Fukushima Radiation Update: Workers Exposed To Moderate Levels In Japan Hot Zone Cleanup
Radiation from the plant was discovered off the coast of Canada earlier this month.
by Tim Marcin
Organic Food: US Sales Jump From ‘Record’ Number Of Producers
“Our latest industry data show robust demand and great opportunity for the organic sector.”
by Amy Nordrum

Famous Ukrainian journalist shot and killed in Kiev
Murder of Ukrainian journalist and writer Oles Buzina is a classical Bandera-style assassination.
by Tass
L.A. Schools Wasted Millions on a Failed iPad Initiative. Now They Want Their Money Back
L.A. Unified School District has directed its attorneys to consider legal action.
by Robby Soave

Australian school's drinking fountain hooked up to sewage plant
South East Water finds water recycled from sewage was linked to bubbler at St Peter’s College in Cranbourne for more than a year.
by Associated Press
Veteran says he was repeatedly put on hold by veterans' suicide hotline
Hotline has problems with handling number of calls.
by Adam Walser

National Guard Training to Take on Patriots
Military trains for domestic operations.
by Infowars.com
This robot can cook 2000 dishes, is the future of laziness and on sale soon
Dexterous robotic chef is able to mimic human cooking techniques to stir, pour, mix and more.
by Christopher Hooton