At least three volleys are sent into a crowd of about 150 trying to breach the border fence near Tijuana's beach in the early hours of 2019.
Americans need to stop relying on politicians to define immigration issues and the refugee caravan.
Thousands stage a sixth weekly protest in a campaign against a decade-old blockade of the territory that has led to widespread hardship and desperation.
Crowds of flag-waving protesters march toward the border fence with Israel, some throwing stones and drawing Israeli fire.
A Truthdig correspondent (pictured) describes a law enforcement barrage involving anti-crowd chemicals, stun grenades and water cannons that soaked marchers in subzero temperatures.
For all the dysfunction in our political system, a healthy pattern usually takes hold when a terrible tragedy seizes the nation's attention. Unless the tragedy involves guns.
A gunman shot up the audience at a premiere of the new Batman film, "The Dark Knight Rises," in Aurora, Colo., early Friday morning. Twelve people were killed and 59 injured by tear gas and bullets during the tragedy.A dozen people died and more than 50 were injured when a suspect opened fire at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo.
A Texas police department is just one of many local agencies across the country that has been granted permission by the Federal Aviation Administration to use unmanned aerial drones in the course of its operations, and its chief deputy wants to arm its fleet with rubber bullets and tear gas.
As many as 1 million Syrians poured into streets across the country Friday to show visiting members of the Arab League that they are suffering under President Bashar al-Assad’s regime. Even with the league’s monitors present, however, the government is reported to have killed dozens of people and injured many more with nail bombs, live ammunition and tear gas.