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  • 14 Inland Empire residents indicted in federal sweep

    A federal grand jury has indicted 14 Inland Empire residents in a sweep of people accused of stealing government benefits or lying on passport applications, federal prosecutors said. Federal officials said Thursday that over the last two weeks, 13...
  • Saudi princess accused of enslaving servant in Irvine is freed

    Saudi princess accused of enslaving servant in Irvine is freed
    The Saudi princess and her family had crossed the globe in May with a passel of servants and settled into one of the labyrinthine luxury communities that dot Orange County. In the earth-toned towers of Irvine’s Central Park West, where valets park...
  • Saudi princess posts $5-million bail, will be freed

    Saudi princess posts $5-million bail, will be freed
    The Saudi royal princess who is charged with forcing a Kenyan woman to work for her as a domestic servant posted $5-million bond Thursday and was expected to be released later in the day. Meshael Alayban will have to wear a GPS tracking device and...
  • Saudi Arabian consulate posted princess' $5-million bail

    Saudi Arabian consulate posted princess' $5-million bail
    The $5 million bail posted to free a jailed Saudi princess accused of human trafficking¬†was paid by the Saudi Arabian consulate, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department said Friday. Meshael Alayban was released from custody before 6 p.m. Thursday,...
  • Egypt imposes new restrictions on Syrian refugees

    Egypt imposes new restrictions on Syrian refugees
    CAIRO -- Hundreds of Syrian refugees arriving in Cairo this week were turned back as Egypt instituted new regulations requiring visas for those fleeing their war-torn country. Previously, Syrians were not required to have a visa to enter Egypt and were...
  • Saudi princess case draws new attention to human trafficking

    Saudi princess case draws new attention to human trafficking
    The case of a Saudi princess arrested in Irvine this week for allegedly holding a servant against her will has drawn new attention to a problem that often goes unreported, officials said. Meshael Alayban, 42, was arrested Wednesday in Irvine and charged...
  • Privacy group calls for FTC investigation of Jay-Z app

    Privacy group calls for FTC investigation of Jay-Z app
    Now he’s got 100 problems. Rapper Jay-Z was widely praised for his business savvy after he announced a plan to give away 1 million copies of his new album to Samsung Galaxy smartphone users through a special app. But that app has generated a...
  • Should CalPERS post pensioners' financial data online?

    Should CalPERS post pensioners' financial data online?
    Next to our medical records, our most closely guarded secrets probably involve our household finances. So it's understandable that many of the half-million retirees currently receiving a public pension from California were freaked out recently when...
  • Edward Snowden cleared to leave Moscow airport -- but not today

    Edward Snowden cleared to leave Moscow airport -- but not today
    MOSCOW -- Fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden will be allowed to leave the Moscow airport, where he has been holed up for more than a month following a Russian government decision to consider his request for temporary asylum, Russian media reported...
  • Edward Snowden turned back at Moscow passport control, official says

    Edward Snowden turned back at Moscow passport control, official says
    MOSCOW -- The latest bid by fugitive National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden to leave a Moscow airport has run into bureaucratic hurdles, his Russian lawyer said Wednesday. Russian media reported that Snowden would be allowed to leave the transit...
  • Stanford network breached; hacker reportedly claims responsibility

    Stanford network breached; hacker reportedly claims responsibility
    Stanford University’s Internet technology database was hacked and school officials are suggesting students and staff reset their passwords as a precautionary measure. School officials made the announcement in a campus-wide email. “We do...