America's spies want Snowden dead

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (BUZZFEED) Edward Snowden has made some dangerous enemies. As the American intelligence community struggles to contain the public damage done by the former National Security Agency contractor’s revelations more…

NSA collects 200 million text messages daily

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LONDON GUARDIAN) The National Security Agency has collected almost 200 million text messages a day from across the globe, using them to extract data including location, contact networks more…

God using Muslims to 'save the West'?

by Kathy Shaidle -- Michael Savage "What if the large influx of Muslims is God's way of saving the West from itself?" That was Dr. Savage's provocative question at the top of more…

Obama orders NSA phone-data limits

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (FOX NEWS) Trying to tamp down concerns over U.S. surveillance powers, President Obama announced Friday he would end the National Security Agency’s ability to store phone data collected more…

'Swiss cheese pervert' arrested in Philly

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NBC PHILADELPHIA) The man accused of using Swiss cheese to sexually proposition women in the Philadelphia area went back out on the streets this morning after posting bail. more…

Judge recused from brain-dead pregnancy case

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NBC NEWS) The judge overseeing a lawsuit seeking to force a Texas hospital to remove a brain-dead pregnant woman from life support abruptly recused herself from the case more…

Public-assistance cards OK at pot-shop ATMs

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Pueblo Chieftain) Saying some neighborhoods have more pot shops than banks, Colorado Democrats on Wednesday rejected a proposal to ban the use of public assistance cards to obtain more…

Teen in dog's fireworks death gets prison

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Elkhart Truth) GOSHEN — An Elkhart teen received his sentence Thursday, Jan. 16, for his actions in unrelated incidents including animal cruelty and armed robbery. Marquis Gary pleaded guilty to both more…

School: Imaginary arrow not dangerous after all

by Bob Unruh -- A school in Pennsylvania has figured out that an imaginary arrow poses little danger to students and has rescinded a suspension imposed against a 10-year-old student, according to more…