Among the indicted are a Southern Poverty Law Center attorney acting as a legal observer and three people who run a bail fund.
Rep. Cori Bush (D–Mo.) and multiple civil liberties organizations cited the "Cop City" project in Atlanta, in which dozens of protesters have been charged with domestic terrorism.
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The narrow rulings concluded the platforms aren’t responsible for bad people using their communication services.
The movie wants to be a call to arms for climate activists. Instead, it portrays them as delusional, apocalyptic depressives.
Four years after IS was officially defeated, the U.S. continues to keep hundreds of troops in Syria to fight the vanquished terrorist group.
Surveilling American citizens without due process, separating undocumented children from their parents, the TSA—the DHS has been a failure.
Election betting markets are often more reliable than pundits. Did the site steal user funds? No. Did they lie to people? No. Harm anyone? No.
Out of 19 suspects arrested on terrorism charges, at least nine are accused of nothing more serious than trespassing.
They both share in their authoritarian desires to censor online speech and violate citizen privacy.
A Supreme Court case illustrates the potential costs of making it easier to sue social media platforms over user-generated content.
Does Section 230 shield YouTube from lawsuits about recommendations? Can Twitter be forced to pay damages over the terrorists it hasn’t banned?
Numerous critics object to the fact that the filmmaker, Meg Smaker, is a white woman.
The Transportation Security Administration is one of the more useless, invasive appendages of the post-9/11 security state. It’s well past time to get rid of it.
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Instead, the feds are telling us something very revealing about themselves.
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The agency’s tactics doomed the prosecution of defendants who allegedly planned to kidnap Michigan's governor.
The plot was organized by a government informant working with the FBI.
My essay for the German Verfassungsblog site, explains why the answer to that question is generally "no."
This is a much more persuasive example of Deep State nefariousness than January 6.
The bumbling TSA and performative mask requirements are ineffective air-travel hassles.
The shooting was horrific, and the shooter deserves prosecution. But the charges should fit the crimes.
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The National School Boards Association considers aggrieved parents essentially "domestic terrorists," and the FBI agreed to crack down on them.
"The plaintiffs failed to make out a plausible claim that the Pulse massacre was an act of 'international terrorism' as that term is defined in the ATA."
Attempts by British lawmakers to erase online anonymity would lead to radical speech being pushed underground.
The Biden administration is greatly increasing FBI caseloads and agents. That's bad news for anybody who is worried about federal overreach.
An independent investigation hasn't turned up terrorist ties or explosives.
While liquid limits are common, America's shoe removal policy is nearly unique, and many countries allow small pocket knives.
Shameful scenes like those in Kabul don’t have to happen if we avoid military interventions.
"You don’t get to lose a war and expect the result to look like you won it," says the author of Tomorrow, the World: The Birth of U.S. Global Supremacy.
The deadly Sunday explosion is a reminder of the hundreds of civilians U.S. strikes have killed in Afghanistan.
The hubristic idea that America could successfully nation-build in Afghanistan was a bipartisan delusion for nearly two decades.
The Pentagon says 12 Americans were killed and 15 more wounded in a pair of suicide attacks near the Kabul airport. At least 60 Afghans died as well.
You can both support withdrawal and recognize its failed execution.