- A police department in Battle Creek, Michigan is being sued by one former officer and two currently employed cops who say their superiors secretly installed a surveillance camera in the woman’s locker at a local precinct.
- Michigan prison officials needlessly housed juvenile inmates with adult convicts, where the guards then ignored allegations that the young inmates were sexually abused and essentially used as currency inside the facility, according to a new lawsuit.
- A Colorado school district says they’ve decided to let a 6-year-old boy return to class after originally suspending him for kissing another first-grade student on the hand.
- Federal regulators in the United States are preparing the country’s producers of farmyard animal feed for a change that will make major difference to the diets of chickens, cows, turkey and more.
- The United States government hasn’t decided on the legality of Bitcoin just yet, but federal regulator have determined that a Utah man must stop mining and selling physical copies of the crypto-currency to online customers.
- The American general in charge of opening the Guantanamo Bay prison camp in Cuba has come out in favor of closing the facility, declaring, “the entire detention and interrogation strategy was wrong.”
- A “misunderstanding” between Google and NASA resulted in deeply discounted fuel rates for the search giant’s private corporate jets, costing California taxpayers between $3.3 and $5.3 million.
- Fifteen people who had been heading to a wedding in Yemen have been killed in an air strike. Local media reported that a drone attack had been responsible, and the party-goers had been hit instead of an Al-Qaeda convoy.
- The United States announced this week that it’s suspending non-lethal aid to the Syrian opposition, but military and intelligence sources now claim that the Pentagon is constructing a new pro-American security sector south of Damascus.
- Aside from their mutual suspicion of Iran’s nuclear program, Saudi Arabia and Israel have little else in common to bond their relations. Yet reports of a secret top meeting pose the question: are Tel Aviv and Riyadh merging into an unwilling alliance?
- A Department of Homeland and Security employee who has been running a website promoting the genocide of whites and homosexuals has officially been fired, four months after being placed on paid administrative leave.
- The governor of Connecticut hosted a ceremonial signing outside an organic restaurant in the city of Fairfield on Wednesday to commemorate the state’s passing of what could be the first GMO labeling law of its type in the United States.