Most states have hate crime laws that penalize those who commit acts against others based on their gender, race, sexual preferences or other protected characteristics.
Your car may know a surprising number of things about you and your activities. Newer models store all kinds of data in their infotainment systems and event data recorders. And all that data is currently fair game for police and other law enforcement officials.
Not everything to do with the law has to be serious. In fact, there are some interesting laws that you may violate that are so unusual that they're laughable. Realistically, since the laws are on the books, you could end up charged with a federal crime if you committed them, but the reality is that no one would be likely to prosecute you.
Federal drug charges threaten your freedoms because they often come with heftier penalties than state charges would. Most federal charges come with a minimum penalty of a year in prison, even if it's a relatively minor crime.
Of all federal crimes, one of the most significant (and rare) is an aircraft hijacking. Aircraft hijacking refers to the unlawful seizure of an aircraft by a single person or group.