A Turkish court ordered the nation's authorities to block Facebook pages that they deem to be insulting of Muhammad, author of the Koran.
The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has raised serious concerns over the use of the real-time traffic and tracking application Waze, saying it jeopardizes the lives of police officers by revealing their locations.
Last week's MLK, Jr. Day and #BlackLivesMatter protest, where dozens of Stanford University students shut down California's San Mateo-Hayward Bridge and draped a huge Palestinian flag across the freeway, was anything but peaceful.
Illegal immigrants are getting a free pass on identity theft and perjury felonies they committed in the past due to specific written instructions from the chief of the Investigative Division of California's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) that essentially directs law enforcement to turn a blind eye when they discover that illegal immigrants have been using illegally obtained IDs.
Argentina's President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has called for the dissolution of her country's central intelligence agency one week after the suspicious death of state prosecutor Alberto Nisman who was set to testify against her in court the following day.
Feinstein's move is largely seen as an extension of President Obama's belief that Iran's nuclear program is being used solely for "peaceful purposes" and the approach of diplomacy to negotiate a resolute end.
A South Korean teen and known ISIS sympathizer is believed to have defected from his country to join the Islamic militant group after being declared missing in Turkey and following several postings on social media expressing his interest in joining the terrorist organization. If "Kim" has, in fact, joined ISIS, he will be the first person from South Korea to have done so.
On Friday, all seven of California's Supreme Court justices voted unanimously to prohibit state judges from belonging to the Boy Scouts.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), who is considered one of the most outspoken members of Congress, was booed and called a "war mongrel" during a GOP meeting in Arizona on Saturday. The term "war mongrel" is a hybrid and more negative form of the phrase "war monger."
San Diego-based rapper Tiny Doo could receive 25 years to life in prison for violent lyrics in his album No Safety, from which prosecutors allege he directly benefited as a result of criminal gang violence.
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