Tag Archives: Faces
Chicago homeowner fends off thieves, faces charges for expired FOID, The Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Ill. February 1, 2014
A homeowner was in bed in Chicago, Ill. when he was awakened by his daughter, who alerted him to a suspicious disturbance in a nearby apartment. The homeowner, who relies on crutches, went to investigate, unlocking a door between his home and the apartment which his daughter suspected had been broken into. He then returned to his bedroom to retriev…
Rapper 50 Cent Faces Bizarre Lawsuit Over an X-Rated Video With Him Edited Into It as a Wig-Wearing Narrator
Arie Friedman, a Highland Park pediatrician, along with the Illinois State Rifle Association, filed suit against Highland Park on Dec. 12 in response to the city’s new ban on assault weapons. Last summer, Highland Park was one of several Chicago suburbs that raced to enact municipal ordinances regulating or banning the use of assault weapons before…
Mark Witaschek, a successful financial adviser with no criminal record, is facing two years in prison for possession of unregistered ammunition after D.C. police raided his house looking for guns. Mr. Witaschek has never had a firearm in the city, but he is being prosecuted to the full extent of the law. The trial starts on Nov. 4.
Comic-Con conventions are no longer just about comics and the people who attend them are no longer just nerds and geeks who see sunlight twice a year. Cosplay is hot and everybody is doing it.
Ruben Anthony Cepeda, of Poway, California, was convicted Wednesday on two counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of his pregnant 18-year-old girlfriend and their 4 ½- month-old unborn baby.
Vista Judge Harry Elias will sentence the 22-year-old Cepeda on October 11 for the April 7, 2012, deaths of Viridiana Rodriquez and her unborn baby boy. He faces up to 60 years in prison.
Ha! Will mocking noted “Jenjis” Khan scholar John Kerry ever grow old?
Keep ‘em coming, Miller!
Euthanasia is something I don’t think about too often. Maybe it’s because I’m under 30 and healthy. Maybe it’s because assisted suicide is illegal in Pennsylvania and most of the U.S.
In his book “Assisted Suicide & Euthanasia: Past and Present,” Dr. J.C. Willke wrote that the problem with assisted suicide is that it judges that human life has only relative value, not absolute value.
The American Center for Law and Justice today filed an amended lawsuit in federal court adding an additional 16 Tea Party and conservative organizations, including a pro-life group, to its lawsuit against the IRS.
The IRS has been found to be targeting pro-life and conservative groups because of their positions and, most recently, a tape was released showing a disturbing phone call the Internal Revenue Service placed to a non-profit organization telling it to keep its Christian faith and views on abortion to itself.
The West Virginia eight-grader arrested and suspended over his National Rifle Association T-shirt with an image of a firearm is now facing a $ 500 fine and a year in jail.
A judge is allowing prosecutors to move forward with charging Jared Marcum, 14, with obstructing an officer, WOWK-TV reported.
The whistleblower essential to the bombshell reports that the National Security Agency has secretly collected the phone and internet records of millions of Americans has been revealed as 29-year-old Edward Snowden, a former CIA worker and current defense contractor employee.
Snowden confirmed his identity to the Washington Post and the Guardian newspaper. He has since left the Hong Kong hotel he was holed up in and his whereabouts are unknown.
Artist Reconstructs Faces Using DNA Left Behind in NYC and a 3D Printer — Considers Implications of ‘Genetic Surveillance’
There is human DNA discarded carelessly all over New York City and one artist has been picking up a little of it and making facial reconstructions of what its owner might look like. Sound creepy? Perhaps, but it’s possible to an extent and speaks of larger themes of like the potential for surveillance.