Category: International News

Seattle ICE Immigration Attorney Arrested for Stealing Immigrants Identities

Seattle ICE Immigration Attorney Arrested for Stealing Immigrants Identities

Chief Counsel Raphael Sanchez for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office in Seattle was arrested for stealing immigrants' identities and then paying his bills with the stolen information. Sanchez resigned on Monday and had his first court appearance on Thursday. ...
Trump’s Ban on Muslims Divides America and Creates Havoc at Airports Across the Nation

Trump’s Ban on Muslims Divides America and Creates Havoc at Airports Across the Nation

Donald Trump has been President for less than 10 days and he has already caused mass chaos in airports across America. His executive order went into effect on Saturday which temporarily bans the entry of people trying to get into the United States coming from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Su ...
Wall Street Journal Reporter Detained at LAX, Ordered to Hand Over Phones to “Collect Information”

Wall Street Journal Reporter Detained at LAX, Ordered to Hand Over Phones to “Collect Information”

Federal agents detained a Wall Street Journal reporter for more than an hour at Los Angeles International Airport Thursday, demanding she hand over her two cell phones to allow them to "collect information." When the reporter balked, citing her right to protect her sources, Homeland S ...
WATCH: 60 Minutes Reporters Jailed for Violent Kidnapping Caught on Camera, Ditched Ethics to Pursue Story Illegally

WATCH: 60 Minutes Reporters Jailed for Violent Kidnapping Caught on Camera, Ditched Ethics to Pursue Story Illegally

Four Australian 60 Minutes reporters attempted a violent street kidnapping which was caught on camera, and have landed in a Lebanese jail facing serious charges. It's an epic journalism ethics failure that might leave an Aussie news crew in Lebanese prison for years to come. Hubris ...
Pentagon Releases Torture Prisoner Photos of Iraq/Afghan Wars, Withholding Thousands More

Pentagon Releases Torture Prisoner Photos of Iraq/Afghan Wars, Withholding Thousands More

It took more than a decade, but the federal government finally released nearly 200 photos depicting prisoner abuse by American soldiers during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The photos were released Friday in response to an ACLU lawsuit filed in 2004 when George W. Bush was still p ...