When property owner John Collins asked to see a warrant, the officers refused his request and continued their raid in a violent manner.
Students across America are leaving school for the day to protest against gun violence. Just this morning, another school shooting in Ocala, Florida has underscored just how intractable the problem is.
The documents, which were primarily sought after by Republicans, were promptly revealed to the public — reiterating many stories that Comey had already told, but also revealing some new details.
In an exclusive interview with VICE News, the New York senator and minority leader announced he has changed his position on federal marijuana laws and wishes to see it decriminalized nationwide.
The game is called "Haters' gonna Hate v1.5," and singles out the reporter that initially exposed the blood-testing company.
Facebook will be transitioning 1.5 billion non-European users around the world away from their existing agreements with Facebook's Irish headquarters, placing them outside of the protections of the GDPR.
Is this the point where conservative darlings become palatable to liberals?
He talks about the rumored pee tape.
"I can confirm that while working at Trump World Tower I was instructed no to criticize President Trump's former housekeeper due to a prior relationship she had with President Trump."
Tesla crashes reveal that overreliance on the new, and still flawed, safety features of Autopilot and semi-autonomous modes can be deadly.
After suggesting last week that the US would leave the proxy war in Syria, Trump has pulled a 180.
This is the first time Zuckerberg has appeared before Congress.
Zuckerberg could face questions about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Russian election interference and ethnic cleansing in Myanmar.
There's drama in the cryptosphere.
An alleged chemical bombing has refocused global attention on the conflict in Syria.
Facebook has been pummeled on Wall Street and in Washington in the last month.
Their parent company has also been accused of organizing rallies to dissuade voters from turning out.
Police have named Nasim Aghdam as the suspect behind Tuesday afternoon's shooting at the YouTube headquarters in Bruno, California. Her motive is still being determined.
In the last few weeks, a handful of scoops have shredded any doubt that Pruitt has been skirting ethics laws and working to curb environmental regulation. Here's a rundown of the developments.
The segments, seemingly designed to undermine other news organizations, fit into a pattern of Sinclair promoting conservative, pro-Trump viewpoints.
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