An enraged police officer in Illinois was caught on camera during an exchange Friday with a driver who attempted to exercise his Constitutional rights at a random police checkpoint – making for compelling yet disturbing viewing. Ryan Scott set a camera in his car to record as he was ushered into the checkpoint, believing that …

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A San Francisco restaurant owner has had it with picky eaters. This week, James Chu, the owner of Chinese restaurant SO, set up a sign letting these picky eaters know they temporarily closed because of their bitching. Here’s the sign in question: Chu said he’s getting tired of people complaining about MSG in the food …

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Not only are local police departments across the United States increasingly relying on so-called StingRay devices to conduct surveillance on cell phone users, but cops are being forced to keep quiet about the operations, new documents reveal. Recent reports have indicated that law enforcement agencies from coast to coast have been turning to IMSI-catcher devices, …

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​A man was recently stopped by TSA agents in the Denver International Airport and asked to undergo additional screening after he had already flown from Minneapolis. The man refused their requests, capturing the encounter on video. Kahler Nygard says he has assumed based on his treatment at airports in recent years that he has a …

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Photo: Facebook via Eric Lemonides   From America’s Freedom Fighters Joy Behar heckled Speaker of the House John Boehner to “stop obstructing President Obama” when she bumped into the Republican in a Hamptons restaurant. Liberal comedienne and talk show host Behar tackled Boehner — whom she dubbed “the Weeper of the House” after his waterworks …

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I’m no military expert, but this seems like an ‘oh yea, you’re standing there and I’m supposed to salute or something’ kind of gesture. The guy does have 2, count em, 2 hands, any reason for not switching the “coffee cup” to the other hand. Or, what about being real classy and leaving the $#&^% cup …

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Piles of vegetables were dumped outside the tax office in Morlaix From BBC French vegetable farmers protesting against falling living standards have set fire to tax and insurance offices in town of Morlaix, in Brittany. The farmers used tractors and trailers to dump artichokes, cauliflowers and manure in the streets and also smashed windows, police …

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ISIS to Sleeper Cells in America: “Rig the roads with explosives for them. Attack their bases. Raid their homes. Cut off their heads. Do not let them feel secure.” CNN’s Brian Todd reported on a senior spokesman for ISIS, Abu Muhammad al Adnani, threatening the United States and its allies by calling for lone wolf …

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Herve Pierre Gourdel in a video released Monday. By John Irish and Lamine Chikhi, Reuters PARIS/ALGIERS (Reuters) – A French national was kidnapped in eastern Algeria on Sunday, France’s foreign ministry said, and his kidnappers issued a video threatening to kill him if Paris did not halt its intervention in Iraq. The Caliphate Soldiers, a …

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A memorial to slain teenager Michael Brownburned down Monday night, according to Ferguson fire officials. It is not known what caused the fire, though the candles kept lit in vigil around it may be to blame. The memorial was assembled over one month ago at the scene of Brown’s death. Brown, unarmed, was shot during …

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As of this writing, millions of people are likely already fretting over their new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, picking out all manner of clunky cases to protect their new investment. But at least a handful of folks out there are torturing Apple’s latest and greatest instead. In the video above, both new models …

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Getty Images An IDF spokesman said the aircraft – a Russian-made Sukhoi – was shot down by a US-manufactured Patriot missile. By IAN DEITCH of Associated Press JERUSALEM (AP) — The Israeli military shot down a Syrian fighter jet that infiltrated its airspace over the Golan Heights on Tuesday morning — the first such downing …

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AP Photo: Elizabeth Williams, File In this Wednesday, March 19, 2014 courtroom sketch Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, right, testifies at his trial in New York. By TOM HAYS of Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — A New York judge has sentenced Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law to life in prison for his conviction …

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Three people were killed Tuesday morning, including the suspected gunman, in a shooting at a UPS facility in Birmingham, Ala., MyFoxAL.com reported. The identities of the victims and the shooter were not immediately released. Lt. Sean Edwards, from the Birmingham police, said one employee in uniform is confirmed dead. The Birmingham News reported that the …

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Thirty-two guards with the Florida Department of Corrections were fired Friday afternoon in what union officials were calling a “Friday night massacre.” All were accused of criminal wrongdoing or misconduct in connection with the deaths of inmates at four state prisons. One of them is Rollin Suttle Austin, the subject of a Miami Herald investigative …

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The Russian Foreign Ministry has said that those countries initiating one-sided military scenarios take international legal responsibility for their consequences. It comes as the US-led coalition begins its anti-ISIS strikes in Syria. “Attempts to achieve one’s own geopolitical goals in violation of the sovereignty of countries in the region only exacerbate tensions and further destabilize …

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report Tuesday predicting as many as 550,000 to 1.4 million cases of the Ebola virus in Liberia and Sierra Leone alone, by the end of January. The CDC calculations are based, in part, on assumptions that cases have been dramatically underreported. Other projections haven’t …

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