"This is inhumane," one child told state inspectors.
The police admitted wrongdoing, but Denver moved forward with a plan to reduce crowds and crimes downtown—by targeting food trucks that did nothing wrong.
Multiple state agencies told Sheriff Randy ‘Country’ Seal that he had no right to collect taxes from a rancher in his parish. He sued anyway.
ICE Set Up a Fake College, Robbing and Deporting Foreign Students. Civil Rights Groups Want Answers.
Hundreds of lives were upended by the University of Farmington, a fake university that took $6 million in tuition and fees from foreign students.
IRS Controversially Claims Hiring 87,000 New Agents Won't Mean Higher Audit Rate for the Middle Class
So why do Democrats keep equivocating on the point that households making under $400,000 may be targeted for more audits by an expanded IRS?
Doing so would be blatantly unconstitutional.
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A plaintiff in the class-action lawsuit says he had to declare bankruptcy after Chicago dumped $20,000 of ticket debts on him.
More than 25 million people remain locked down in Shanghai, with Guangzhou—a city of 18 million—looking primed to follow.
Under COVID Lockdown, Shanghai's People Are Running Out of Food and Meds While Pets Get Killed in the Streets
As officials forcibly separate parents from their COVID-positive children, criticism of the CCP mounts.
Irvington Township says it's being bullied by 82-year-old Elouise McDaniel and is asking a court to block her from filing public records requests.
Police seized more than $100,000 in cash from a 25-year-old Chicago woman for not correctly describing what her suitcase looked like.
"My servers are not lesser people," said owner Eric Flannery. "They don't need to be masked. They don't carry disease."
And some state politicians are talking about asset forfeiture reform.
A police dog's alert prompted the search, and the money was seized via civil asset forfeiture.
Regulators insist Fourth Amendment protections don’t apply to administrative searches.
A surveillance case will determine whether officials can be sued for "national security" rights violations.
Dispatching a state trooper to a hospital seems a bit excessive.
The pop star's moving testimony casts light on the potential for abuse in court-ordered conservatorships.
Cuomo Reportedly Secured Special Treatment for Family Members and VIPs During Early Days of Pandemic
He should've focused on containing nursing home COVID spread, not getting VIP treatment for penthouse-dwelling Manhattanites (and his own family members).
The HHS inspector general says the department misreported over $500 million in administrative spending.
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Brian Kolb was arrested on New Year's Eve for driving under the influence.
Working through the lows and highs of the House impeachment inquiry on the Reason Roundtable podcast
They're the latest to plead guilty in the Mississippi Department of Corrections bribing scheme.
If governments can oppress, they usually will.
Border Patrol Agent on Trial for Hitting Border Crosser With His Truck Called Immigrants 'Disgusting Subhuman Shit' in Texts
Matthew Bowen hit a man who crossed the border. Then he sent a text calling him a "human pit maneuver."