In a controversial move, Russia and the United States will begin their first joint anti-terror military exercises on American soil shortly at Ft. Carson in Colorado.
Judge Walter Schwarm rules there is enough evidence to send police officers Manuel Ramos and Jay Cicinelli to trial for the death of homeless schizophrenic man, Kelly Thomas.
When the UN’s James Anaya visited the United States for a 12-day tour to assess whether the United States was progressing with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, he declared that the United States should return Mt. Rushmore to the Native Americans.
Organized opposition groups plan protests for Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, Virginia, at the end of May.
Florida Tea Party Senator Marco Rubio has defended his immigration bill as one that addresses a humanitarian issue without offering amnesty.
Critics are predicting he Avengers could break box office records this week. An exciting film with strong morals, it is sure to entertain audiences nationwide.
Tensions flare on the Egyptian and Syrian borders, prompting Israel to call up six reserve battalions. The IDF also reserves the right to call up to 16 more if necessary.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that highway checkpoints of drivers who did not post city stickers in their windows is unconstitutional after one driver is found with marijuana during his vehicle search. The driver moved to have the evidence suppressed on the grounds it was not discovered during a legal stop, as there was no probable cause. The case went all the way to the Kentucky Supreme Court, where the roadblocks were unanimously found to be illegal.
In anticipation of the NATO Summit, which is to be held from May 20 to May 21, the city of Chicago is preparing a practical police state. Federal officials are implementing security plans that are so broad they encompass all of Cook County, Illinois.
World food prices continued to rise drastically in December and are still escalating thus far in 2011, with no end in sight. According to the United Nations, the prices are now close to the crisis levels of 2007.