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  • Hispanic Caucus calls on Obama to freeze controversial immigration enforcement program

     
    The Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Thursday asked President Obama to freeze the controversial immigration enforcement program known as Secure Communities -- one day after the state of Illinois attempted to terminate its participation agreement and...
  • Immigration: Feds agree Secure Communities needs fixing

     
    The Obama administration Friday announced changes to Secure Communities, a controversial program that requires state and local law enforcement to submit the fingerprints of everyone arrested to the Department of Homeland Security. In recent months, the...
  • A citizen's required reading for July 4: The Declaration of Independence

     
    After all these years, do you really know what it says?...
  • NinjaVideo.net's founder gets prison sentence

     
    A founder of NinjaVideo.net, the now-defunct website that was shut down for engaging in widespread piracy of movies and TV shows, was sentenced to 22 months in prison for criminal copyright conspiracy....
  • Feds blitz websites streaming live sports before Super Bowl

     
    On U.S. Immigation and Customs Enforcement and other agencies on Thursday announced that they had seized 16 websites streaming and brought criminal charges against a Michigan man who operated nine of them....
  • USC football: Receivers coach Ted Gilmore to join Oakland Raiders

     
    USC receivers coach Ted Gilmore is leaving the Trojans to join the Oakland Raiders staff, a person close to the USC program confirmed....
  • ICE names a public advocate: Is it PR or real reform?

     
    Federal immigration officials are taking another step toward fulfilling a pledge to overhaul the nation's troubled detention system. On Tuesday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that Andrew Lorenzen-Strait will serve as the agency's first...
  • 3 Men Charged with "Sex Tourism" Plead Not Guilty

    3 Men Charged with "Sex Tourism" Plead Not Guilty
    LOS ANGELES -- Three men who were arrested and expelled from Cambodia pleaded not guilty to federal charges of "sex tourism" at a downtown Los Angeles federal courtroom. Ronald Boyajian, Erik Peeters and Jack Sporich are accused of international travel...
  • Md. Stadium Authority approves street modifications for IRL race

    Md. Stadium Authority approves street modifications for IRL race
    The Maryland Stadium Authority on Thursday approved minor Russell Street modifications near Oriole Park at Camden Yards to clear the way for a deal under which downtown Baltimore would host an Indy Racing League event in 2011. The modifications are...
  • Cartels smuggle U.S. drug money back to Mexico in cash, study finds

    Cartels smuggle U.S. drug money back to Mexico in cash, study finds
    More than half of the "breathtaking" sums of money earned by Mexican drug cartels in the U.S. and smuggled into this country dissolves into Mexico's cash-based economy, eluding detection and funding vast criminal operations, according to a new U.S.-...
  • The Morning Read: Is this the future?

     
    Some newspapers have a vision of changing the world and making it a better place. But it seems the Cablevision vision is Cablevision. Jim Dolan, who apparently couldn't find the time to talk to Newsday, is quoted in today's......