The Syrian conflict has changed dramatically with Russia entering, but where is it going? Is the world order itself changing? Will Assad stay in power? What is ISIS going to do under a continuous rain of missiles? Tim Kirby and Robert Bridge will...
The "police use-of-force" expert who wrote one of two reports that deemed the fatal police shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice in November was "reasonable" was also instrumental in clearing Colorado officers in the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old girl.
Like a real-world version of CBS show 'Person of Interest', researchers have developed an algorithm for the US Army that draws on vast databases of all soldiers who served from 2004 to 2009 to identify those with the greatest potential for violence.
In the same Texas city where activist Sandra Bland was arrested and later died in jail, Prairie View City Councilman Jonathan Miller was tased while on his knees and turned away from officers, who say he was resisting arrest.
The mainstream media is desperately trying to come up with any reasons it can to say that Russia fighting ISIS is a bad thing. In this episode, Tim Kirby and Robert Bridge will rip through the hysteria and get to the bottom of what the mainstream is...
A 5-month-old girl who was shot in the chest on Thursday has died, according to police in Cleveland, Ohio. The death of Aavielle Wakefield marks the third fatal shooting incident involving children on Cleveland's east side in the last month.
Umpqua Community College student and Army veteran Chris Mintz is receiving praise a day after lunging at a gunman on the school's campus amid a rampage that left nine dead. Mintz was shot several times, but is listed in stable condition.
A Somali man has filed a criminal complaint against the United States and Germany for their roles in the alleged drone killing of his father, whom he claims was an innocent man caught up in an attack on a suspected member of Islamist group Al-Shabaab.