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  • Super Bowl: The right way to combat big-game pirates

     
    The Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement division continued its crackdown this week on copyright and trademark violators online. But perhaps broadcasters of the big game should follow the lead of those transmitting college...
  • Three Mexican pot smugglers arrested on Malibu beach, police say

     
    Authorities arrested three Mexican nationals and seized an estimated 1,200 to 1,500 pounds of marijuana from a Mexican panga boat beached in Malibu's Pirate's Cove on Saturday. A fourth suspect apparently escaped. The three suspects were arrested after...
  • Marijuana seized from beached panga boat in Malibu

     
    The federal government seized an estimated 1,200 to 1,500 pounds of marijuana from a Mexican panga boat beached in Malibu's Pirate's Cove and arrested three men, a U.S. Department of Homeland Security official said Saturday....
  • TSA apology? Two elderly women were screened improperly

     
    Two elderly women were not screened properly, the TSA acknowledges, but they weren't strip-searched. The women had said they were strip-searched when traveling through Kennedy Airport in November....
  • Immigration: Another U.S. citizen deported

     
    This post has been corrected, as indicated below. Here we go again: A U.S.-born citizen deported from her own country. This time the case involves a 15-year-old girl who was sent packing from Houston to Colombia, according to published reports.......
  • Arson suspect's mother was in U.S. illegally when arrested

     
    The mother of suspected arsonist Harry Burkhart was illegally in the U.S. when she was arrested last week on a criminal warrant issued by German authorities, officials said....
  • Immigration rights: U.S. launches new hotline for detainees

     
    The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency announced on Thursday that the toll-free number, (855) 448-6903, will field queries from detainees held by state or local law enforcement agencies "if they believe they may be U.S. citizens or victims of...
  • Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio's department in yet more trouble

     
    Sheriff Joe Arpaio: A week after the Justice Department issued a scathing report about Sheriff Joe Arpaio's agency, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Department is battling more allegations of racial profiling and excessive force....
  • Woman held for allegedly providing funds to terrorists in Pakistan

     
    An Orange County woman man was indicted on federal charges of providing material support to terrorists after allegedly sending money to Pakistan to help fund attacks against U.S. military personnel, authorities said Wednesday afternoon....
  • Year in review: The most troubling immigration trends

     
    Congress failed to enact any meaningful immigration legislation this year, leaving in place a woefully flawed system. Sure, it's a vexing issue. But ignoring the problem only makes matters worse. Here are five troubling trends: 1. Frustration has led to.....
  • Dianne Feinstein calls for review of LAX customs delays

     
    Sen. Dianne Feinstein asked the Department of Homeland Security review staffing levels at Los Angeles International Airport and find ways to eliminate unreasonable delays for international passengers during immigration and customs processing....