Why Americans Don’t Trust The Federal Government? By
Why do polls continue to indicate that the American people feel forgotten and mistrust the federal government?
Former Department Of Defense Scientist Debunks Claim Assad Behind Syrian Chemical Attacks By
As the United States and Western allies march closer to full-scale conflict with Syria, many of their claims are now being scrutinized and dissected by a skeptical public.
EFF Sues To Stop Decision Allowing Foreign Governments To Spy On Americans By
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is attempting to reverse a court decision that they say could potentially lead to immunity for foreign governments who spy, attack, and even murder Americans. 
Do ‘National Security Letters’ Violate The 1st Amendment? By
National security letters are so wrought with potential for abuse that EFF describes them as “one of the most frightening and invasive” facets of the PATRIOT Act.
Veterans Returning To Standing Rock As Fight Against DAPL Continues By
A group of veterans is promising to return to Standing Rock after local law enforcement raided a newly created resistance camp and arrested 76 water protectors who continue to oppose the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.
Houston’s Hosting The Super Bowl & A Growing Human Trafficking Industry By
Human trafficking gets a lot of buzz around the Super Bowl, as officials and reporters warn about a spike in prostitution. But there’s little data to support this, and those fighting human trafficking warn that it distracts from the issue plaguing cities year-round.
Iowa Pipeline Bursts Days After Trump Approves DAPL Construction By
This is not the first time Magellan has dealt with spills from pipelines. The U.S. Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently settled federal charges against Magellan related to three previous spills.
Judge Orders DOJ To Release Files On Secret Spying Program Project Hemisphere By
Proponents of digital privacy and government transparency scored a victory on Thursday as a federal judge ordered the Department of Justice to provide files related to a secret telephone spying program. 
Houston Police Force Homeless To Throw Away Donated Food, Blankets By
The Houston Police Department targeted a group of homeless advocates who were attempting to hand out hot food and gifts to the homeless.
Dakota Access Pipeline Builders Threaten To Continue Construction After Gov’t Refuses Key Permit By
Energy Transfer Partners, the builder behind the Dakota Access pipeline, vows to continue construction under the administration of President-elect Donald Trump. ‘Nothing [the Obama administration] has done today changes that in any way,’ according to a Sunday statement.