Archive | June, 2016

Did terrorist-linked man sneak across U.S.-Mexico border last November?

There’s a startling follow up to my report from last November about a group of citizens from Pakistan and Afghanistan who illegally snuck across the Mexican border into Arizona three days after the Paris attacks and four days after a double suicide bombing in Beirut, Lebanon. Now, seven months later, U.S. Customs and Border Protection […]

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Federal officials delayed San Bernardino terrorist attack probe

A report today by the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General concludes that the field office director at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services “improperly delayed” investigators from Immigration and Customs Enforcement from conducting a “lawful and routine law enforcement action” after the San Bernardino terrrorist attack last December. The report will be posted soon […]

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Sleepy doctors and the undisclosed patient study

At more than 60 hospitals across the U.S., thousands of patients have unwittingly been part of a study without being told– and one medical ethicist calls it among the worst violations of ethical rules he’s ever seen. The federally-backed study is called iCOMPARE and it’s literally testing the endurance of young doctors to see if […]

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