Ronald T. Hosko -- a former assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and current president of the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund -- issued a statement Sunday condemning the brutal murder of two New York Police Department officers and placing the blame for their deaths on "race provocateurs."
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Time Magazine warned of a growing threat to cops nationwide in September 2010. The nationally renowned publication argued that sinister individuals would launch targeted attacks against police officers and even ambush them in their patrol cars.
Louis Farrakhan -- head of the Nation of Islam and well-known political radical -- made headlines in late November when he threatened retaliation for the death of Michael Brown.
Famous actor and Academy Award nominee James Woods took to Twitter Sunday morning to blast Al Sharpton, Bill de Blasio and President Barack Obama for being "responsible" for the murder of two New York City police officers Saturday.
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund came out swiftly with a statement condemning the brutal murder of two New York City police officers Sunday, while exploiting the event to demand gun control and trying to claim it had no connection to the recent protests against police following the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
Cuban president Raul Castro dismissed speculation that Cuba will reform and drop Communism in the wake of President Barack Obama opening up talks and weakening the U.S.'s long-standing embargo against the country.
Portland, Oregon might be two thousand miles away from Ferguson, Missouri, but that didn't stop protesters from causing chaos in the city Saturday night in response to the non-indictment of Officer Darren Wilson.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan went on a fiery tirade about Ferguson on Saturday -- threatening that if the demands of protesters aren't met, "we'll tear this goddamn country apart!"
The hardline president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, declared that the West doesn't like Muslims and wants to see them dead in a Thursday address in Istanbul.
The supreme leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was reportedly critically wounded or killed in an American airstrike on a Syrian town bordering Iraq Friday night.
Twenty-five years ago this weekend, the Berlin Wall came crashing down as East and West Germany came together to throw off communist rule.
Republicans look poised to take the Senate, but former Republican Rep. Ron Paul isn't at all happy with that prospect. Actually, he seems downright angry about it.
Conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly has risen to the forefront in the immigration debate and strongly believes that America's increasing levels of immigration is not just bad for the economy, but also is harming the American family.
Several people in Ukraine are taking the popular ice bucket challenge and adding a political twist to it in the form of the "trash bucket challenge" -- an act that involves forcibly throwing politicians and government officials accused of corruption into trash cans.
A Canadian member of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria issued a grim warning for the United States that his group is planning a "brilliant attack" on New York City, and claimed that they have thousands of Western prisoners they are willing to behead.
The Democrat nominee for the race to become Kansas' next governor was caught red-handed in the late 1990s getting a lap dance at a rowdy strip club during a police drug raid of the establishment.
The president of FWD.us, a pro-immigration reform group created by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, resigned this week while Congressional efforts to pass amnesty have stagnated.
A 24-year old American accused of espionage was sentenced to six years of hard labor in a North Korean prison camp by the country's supreme court Sunday.
Another NBA owner is in hot water over racially charged comments and is now selling his team because of one email he himself reported to the league.