A lawsuit has been launched against the state police in Connecticut, over an incident which involved multiple police officers allegedly conspiring to fabricate evidence against a protester.
A new bill, BR149, has been introduced in Kentucky, prefiled for the 2017 legislation session, that seeks to nullify any foreign laws that would aim to violate the constitution.
Starting this fall, Canada is going to be imposing a carbon price on all provinces that don't adequately regulate their emissions.
Justin Trudeau's Liberal government is planning on sending Canadian troops on a 'peacekeeping' mission to Mali. France also has troops in the region that are engaged in a separate mission.
Not long ago, the president of the Canadian Taxi Association and Metro Taxi co-owner, Marc Andre Way, filed a $215 million dollar lawsuit against the city and taxpayers over allegations that the city is allowing a dual licensing regime to be established.
The RCMP are not condoning the actions of some 'vigilante' groups that have made it their mission to search out and catch pedophiles in the community.
Elvira Nabiullina is head of the Central Bank of Russia and she has been surprising and impressing the world by moving to (slightly) reject keynesianism rather than embrace it as other central banks do.
The medical system in Canada is a mess and one doctor in B.C. is challenging the provincial government on the right of Canadians to seek private health insurance.