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A veteran Chinese pro-democracy activist based in New York is accused of snitching on his peers for the Chinese government.
Three men pleaded guilty as part of Operation Blooming Onion, a massive federal investigation into forced labor in Georgia.
The Ex-President of Honduras Who Wanted to ‘Shove Drugs Up the Noses of Gringos’ Could Face Justice in the US
A Honduran judged authorized the extradition of former President Juan Orlando Hernández to the U.S.
The ex-nurse had already been investigated by Oregon authorities over allegations of sexual misconduct.
New reporting indicates that Trump explored any and all means available to defy the will of the voters and prevent the transfer of power.
Emma Coronel Aispuro, El Chapo’s current wife, was just sentenced to three years in a U.S. prison—more than a decade less than she could have received.
Migrant laborers were allegedly forced to dig onions with their bare hands for pennies per bucket as supervisors threatened them with a gun.
He supplied homeless Black men with drugs, and sometimes injected them with meth, as part of an apparent fetish.
“We are seeing a dramatic increase in menacing and violent threats, ranging from the highest administrators to volunteer poll workers.”
Nothing to do with the fact that the FBI is investigating him for possibly sex trafficking a minor.
It also demanded the phone data of House members’ aides and families, a bombshell report says.