Your Search Returned 182 tagged news reports
Their purpose is to push back against science that they say are aiming us towards self-destruction and total slavery. Nature reports: A loose coalition of eco-anarchist groups is increasingly launching violent attacks on scientists. A group calling
Font Resize San Jose Mercury News Nearly two years after Trace Elementary School went up in flames, a San Jose judge on Tuesday sentenced a teen who torched it to eight years in prison for arson while his alleged accomplice remains under evaluation
A man who hired someone to burn his Grove City house in a plot to collect insurance money was sentenced today to four years in prison...Boyd II, 33, pleaded guilty last month to one count of aggravated arson in the July 11, 2010, explosion and fire
Four Vancouver fur stores have been targeted by the Animal Liberation Front, an extreme animal rights group willing to resort to illegal activities like vandalism and arson.
The Justice Department says five men have been arrested in a plot to bomb a bridge outside Cleveland. A department official says the five men are self-described anarchists and are not tied to international terrorism. The department says the five men
Newkirk on the new release of her radicalizing book Free the Animals . For those of you who didn't read the book when it first came out 20 years ago, Free the Animals is written like a novel you might take to the beach or on a plane, but it's meaty
Twelve animal rights activists have been arrested in Montichiari near the northern Italian town of Brescia after breaking through police lines and climbing over the security fences of a breeding center for dogs destined for scientific experimentation.
The Most Powerful Name in ALF Interviews What follows is a dispatch from Joe Muto, formerly known as the Fox Mole, written shortly after he revealed himself on Gawker earlier this month. This morning, Muto's apartment was raided by investigators for
A preliminary hearing was scheduled to begin Thursday for two men accused of intentionally starting a blaze that damaged 22 square miles of mountainous backcountry terrain between Warner Springs and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park last summer.
According to the settlement, the agencies have agreed to delete the computer data seized in the raid and pay $100,000 in damages and attorneys fees, according to a press release today by the Electronic Frontier Foundation . In addition, the UC