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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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  • 85-year-old leader of human smuggling ring pleads guilty

     
    An 85-year-old Chula Vista woman accused of illegally bringing immigrants into the U.S. through San Diego pleaded guilty Friday to charges that she led the family operated smuggling ring....
  • Accused meth smuggler, caught at LAX, is charged

     
    A Compton man bound for Japan has been charged with drug trafficking after Transportation Security Administration officials at LAX discovered nearly 5 pounds of methamphetamine concealed inside TGI Fridays Potato Skins snack bags in his backpack. Lemuel...
  • Oakland solar firm Sungevity expands east, woos customers with free ice pops

     
    On the East Coast, does a free ice pop translate into new solar panel customers? Sungevity is about to find out. The Oakland-based residential solar company is sending a bright orange truck stocked with the icy treats around the five......
  • Whittier psychologist charged with bilking nearly $1 million from government

     
    A Whittier psychologist was arrested by federal agents Tuesday morning for allegedly bilking the government of nearly $1 million, including fees for treatment sessions that supposedly took place while he was out of the country. Arnold P. Nerenberg, 69,...
  • Alabama's harsh immigration reform law [Most Commented]

     
    It’s clear that contention over immigration has moved beyond the coasts and border states. Alabama’s new law concerning illegal immigrants is one of the harshest enacted thus far in the U.S. and brings the legal status of schoolchildren, and...
  • Rancho Cucamonga business owner sentenced for hiring illegal immigrants

     
    A Rancho Cucamonga furniture company owner was sentenced to 10 months in federal prison for knowingly hiring illegal immigrants, federal officials said Tuesday. Rick M. Vartanian, 57, of Ladera Ranch, had been convicted of obstruction of justice and...
  • Former U.S. immigration attorney sentenced for taking more than $400,000 in bribes to help illegal immigrants

     
    A former federal immigration attorney from Rancho Cucamonga was sentenced Monday to 17 years in prison for accepting more than $400,000 in bribes in exchange for helping illegal immigrants remain in the United States. Constantine Peter Kallas, 40, was...
  • Nasdaq makes rival bid for Big Board [Updated]

     
    Nasdaq has put together an $11.3-billion bid for the New York Stock Exchange, trying to break up the Big Board's recently announced sale to Germany's leading stock exchange. Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. has reportedly been trying to put together a......
  • Wall Street Roundup: The power of ICE. Barney Frank fires back.

     
    Gold: Trading now at $1,437 per ounce, up 0.5% from Friday. Dow Jones industrial average: Trading now at 12,393.40, up 0.1% from Friday. Wachovia in the crosshairs. Wachovia, the North Carolina-based bank bought by Wells Fargo, may be facing a......
  • Gas prices could reach $4.25 nationally by Memorial Day

     
    Crude oil fell from 31-month highs Monday, but analysts were predicting that the reprieve wouldn’t reach motorists. Pump prices were expected to continue their rise, with some predicting $4.25 gasoline by Memorial Day. Some parts of the U.S. already...
  • Congresswoman calls for investigation of enforcement program that screens for illegal immigrants in jails

     
    A California congresswoman Friday called for an investigation into the actions of federal immigration officials, saying they lied about whether counties and states had the right to opt out of a controversial nationwide enforcement program that screens for...