After an embarrassing failure for the FBI counterterrorism program, federal prosecutors won convictions against two of the men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
The agency’s tactics doomed the prosecution of defendants who allegedly planned to kidnap Michigan's governor.
The Sedition Indictment Against 11 Oath Keepers Describes a Plot That Was Pitifully Inept and Ineffectual
This is the first time that participants in the Capitol riot have been charged with sedition.
Gretchen Whitmer Blames Trump's Rhetoric for the Plot To Kidnap Her, but There's No Evidence It Played a Role
Trump's rhetoric is often wrong, but that does not make it the underlying cause of every cruel or criminal event that transpires while he is president.
An encounter between militias in Louisville shows the enduring practical and symbolic importance of the right to armed self-defense.
Do its numbers tell a story?
With LaVoy Finicum's funeral being held today, Utah police are on the lookout for "armed extremists." What sort of advice are they getting?
Armed Protesters in Oregon Occupy Remote Federal Outpost at Wildlife Refuge After Marching Against Sentence of Father and Son Ranchers
Justice Department appealed the sentence to get it extended to the mandatory minimum, which the district chief judge thought was "grossly disproportionate."
The dubious tale of the "Halloween Revolt"
Family is suing, saying everything the cop did from the moment he decided to stop their son was illegal.
The weekly gets both the past and the present wrong.
The dynamics of radical politics.
Fearmongering with the SPLC
Must be time for another "scare the donors" fundraising letter
Revisiting the Brown Scare of 2009-10.
This appears to be one of the few cases where the "militia" types actually did something wrong
Whatever their actual plans, they do seem to have killed two people
The Weavers won a major settlement for government misconduct