• Mecca Resident Sentenced to Over Five Years in Meth Distribution Case

    (CNS) – A Mexican national who once lived in Riverside County was sentenced Monday to 63 months in federal prison for conspiring to distribute nearly 120 pounds of methamphetamine that was dropped in the desert by an airplane that had crossed the U.S.-Mexico border. Juan Carlos Iturriaga-Centeno, 34, a one-time resident of Mecca, pleaded guilty […]

  • Trump administration sued over policy to send asylum seekers to Central America

    The first major lawsuit was filed Wednesday challenging the Trump administration’s policy of deporting asylum seekers outside of the US, saying people are being placed into extreme danger and are being sent to countries where there is “virtually no chance they will find refuge.” The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Washington, DC, was brought […]

  • Court Says Cities Can’t Chalk Tires to Enforce Parking Rules

    Marking tires to enforce parking rules is like entering property without a search warrant, a federal court said Monday as it declared the practice unconstitutional in Michigan and three other states. Alison Taylor had received more than a dozen $15 tickets for exceeding the two-hour parking limit in Saginaw. The city marks tires with chalk […]

  • Supreme Court rules against foreign company in Mueller mystery case

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to block fines against a foreign-owned company that refuses to comply with a subpoena, apparently from special counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors, to testify before a federal grand jury. The identity of the company and the name of the country where it’s based are unknown, because virtually all the […]

  • Ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone admits to spreading lies online in lawsuit settlement

    Former presidential adviser and longtime Republican operative Roger Stone admitted in federal court papers filed Monday that he has spread false information online. In the settlement, which was first reported by the Wall Street Journal, Stone retracted the information and apologized to Guo Wengui, an outspoken critic of the Chinese government also known as Miles Kwok. […]

  • Lawsuit accuses President Trump and his family of misleading investors

    President Donald Trump is accused of misleading salespeople who lost money in a multi-level marketing company that he endorsed in speeches and on “The Celebrity Apprentice,” according to a lawsuit filed Monday. The suit filed in Manhattan federal court alleged Trump received millions of dollars in exchange for reassuring potential salespeople for telephone company ACN […]

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