The near-universal outrage surrounding the arrest of Alex Wubbels, the Salt Lake City nurse who was arrested July 26 for refusing to let police officers draw blood from an unconscious car crash victim, empowered Wubbels and her attorney to threaten legal action against the police on CNN's "New Day" on Monday. At the very least, Wubbels says, she’d like to “re-educate” the police department on proper procedure.
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In a bizarre opinion filed on Monday in "The Case of the Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Bikini Top v. The (More) Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Pastie," a federal district court judge pined longingly for now-deceased burlesque dancer Miss Wiggles, suggested that the parties involved reach a "happy ending" after engaging in "reasonable discovery intercourse" and experiencing "the peaks and valleys of litigation," and formally denied a strip club's effort to "seek an erection" by featuring mostly topless dancers, in defiance of San Antonio decency regulations.
If the Boston Marathon bombings had occurred in 2010, top congressional and Homeland Security officials criticizing the "rush" to Mirandize suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would have had more than a few allies in the White House.
Without informing readers in the story or elsewhere, on Monday night The Washington Post deleted its explicit claim that the Dominican prostitute who recanted her allegation against Sen. Robert Menendez had appeared in a video posted to The Daily Caller.
Illinois state Rep. Jim Sacia today decried efforts by Chicago politicians to legislate statewide gun-control measures, comparing their schemes to castrating individuals who are not reproducing excessively as a means of population control.
Influential lobbyist Gary Marbut and dozens of elected pro-gun conservatives across the country are making it clear they're willing to ignore most of the Constitution to preserve the Second Amendment.
President Barack Obama and former White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew repeatedly lied last year by claiming congressional Republicans were responsible for the looming $85 billion cut in the federal budget through sequestration, according to The Washington Post editor Bob Woodward.
Despite a history of banning items it deems "offensive," the online auction website eBay is continuing to allow users to sell the handheld video game "Laden vs. USA," in which players fly airliners into a crude depiction of the World Trade Center.
The New York Times is under attack from electronic-car maker Tesla, whose chairman and CEO on Wednesday posted a full-page, data-filled refutation of claims made by Times reporter John Broder that its Model S failed spectacularly during a test drive.
Police officer appears to shout ‘burn this motherfucker’ before fire engulfs Christopher Dorner’s cabin [VIDEO]
Shortly before a fire destroyed the cabin in which accused cop-killer Christopher Dorner was seemingly holed up, Los Angeles police officers made numerous references to "burners" over the radio, with at least one officer appearing to shout "fucking burn this motherfucking house down. ... fucking burn this motherfucker."
A 2012 Honda Civic bizarrely in the parking lot of a BJ's Wholesale Club in Stoneham, Mass. on Sunday, after its owner used a key fob to remotely unlock its doors.
A prominent Bulgarian politician survived what appeared to be a dramatic point-blank assassination attempt on Saturday, when an unidentified man pointed a gas pistol at his head and fired in front of hundreds of horrified onlookers.
The Atlantic magazine has pulled a paid article lauding the recent achievements of the Church of Scientology, amid widespread outrage on the Internet and concerns that the propaganda piece undermined the storied publication's credibility.
This week, Wyoming lawmakers introduced a bill banning the federal government from enforcing an assault weapons ban or a prohibition on high-capacity magazines in the state, calling the effort an attempt to "take the Second Amendment seriously."
Former top aide: Bachmann still won’t pay campaign workers who haven’t signed nondisclosure agreements
Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann is still refusing to pay five Iowa staffers who worked on her unsuccessful run for president in 2012, a former top aide claimed Thursday. Bachmann, he said, is requiring them to sign non-disclosure agreements before they are paid.
The 62-year-old convicted felon who gunned down two firefighters and wounded three first responders on Christmas Eve in Webster, New York used weapons his neighbor illegally purchased for him, according to state and federal authorities.
In an effort to stop youngsters from picking up a tobacco habit, city inspectors have ordered a small Minnesota soda shop to stop selling its popular candy cigarettes and bubblegum cigars.
A poll conducted last week by an Iowa-based firm showed Americans are conflicted about whether or not to support raising tax rates on wealthy Americans to avert the so-called "fiscal cliff." But that's not how Bloomberg News, which commissioned the poll, reported the results Thursday.