Two Sarasota County, Florida, sheriff's deputies seemed a bit miffed when Charles Ross jumped over a picnic table they were sitting on. But when they noticed he was recording them they got really angry. Threatening to ruin his day, they pulled him to the ground, handcuffed him and arrested Ross for breach of the peace and disorderly conduct.
Thank you for supporting us during our webathon!
Reason is supported by:
Maryland Democrats Hate Gerrymandering So Much, They're Trying To Eliminate the State's Lone Republican District
When it comes to drawing congressional districts, concerns about the legitimacy of democracy seemingly go out the window.
WhatsApp and iMessage are not as private as you might think.
Accused of orchestrating a hate crime hoax, the former actor took the stand at his trial on Monday.
As public schools push them out the door, many families are embracing change in how they educate children.
Plus: RIP to sex entrepreneur Phil Harvey, Elon Musk says Congress should can Biden's spending plan, and more....