America’s prestigious West Point academy appears to have had too much fun this year at its annual pillow fight. As the spectacle ended with dozens of injuries, including broken bones, the decision was made to ban the event for good.
Storms in the US Midwest have claimed at least 14 lives as temperatures plunged below freezing point over the holiday weekend. Tens of thousands of homes have been left without electricity, while driving conditions are treacherous due to icy roads.
On the eve of a global climate summit in Paris, activists across the US marched in support of new environmental initiatives, calling for meaningful discussions and decisive actions from world leaders at the “last chance” conference.
A suspected burglar tried to enter a house in California through its chimney, getting trapped inside it for a day. He died when the homeowner returned and lit fire, unaware that there had been a person inside.
San Francisco police are puzzled by the mysterious appearance of dozens of spiked baseball bats all across the city for the third day in a row. Treating it as a “strange occurrence,” authorities have asked for public help in shedding light on the phenomenon.
Air Force documents reveal not only that the Pentagon is having a hard time recruiting active duty military to “pilot” drones, as defense contractors are filling the vacancies. Military lawyers fear this blurs the line between soldier and civilian.
Hundreds of protesters blocked store entrances and shut down traffic in Chicago at the start of the holiday shopping season on the third day of action against police brutality. Similar solidarity events have been held elsewhere across the country.
Two civilians and one police officer have been killed in a shooting at the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic. Nine people, including five policemen have been hospitalized. Police have arrested a gunman after a standoff lasting nearly six hours.
The National Security Agency will end its mass metadata surveillance program this weekend, two and a half years after Edward Snowden’s revelations. However, he NSA’s replacement “reasonable compromise” is far from being celebrated by privacy advocates.
As US families celebrated Thanksgiving, over 100 refugees held at three immigration detention facilities engaged in a nationwide hunger strike. Hunger strikers are calling for an end to detentions and deportations, among other demands.
Tonight’s Rumble discusses the release of the Chicago police dashcam video showing the killing of a black teenager, Kasich’s new ad attacking Trump’s fascism, and whether the GOP has given up on the youth vote. Thom talks the life...
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Dashcam footage shows Chicago cop shooting black teen 16 times
The Chicago Police Department has released the dashcam video showing Officer Jason Van Dyke fatally shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times, sparking protests against the death....
One year on from Tamir Rice's death: Continued outcry, but no arrests
Family and friends of 12-year-old Tamir Rice marked the one-year anniversary of his death in Cleveland, where he was shot and killed by a police officer while playing with a BB...
Two dozen dead in hostage situation in Mali hotel
Over 20 are reported dead after armed gunmen stormed into a luxury hotel in Mali on Friday and took nearly 200 people hostage. Authorities are looking into whether the attack was in any way...