- Seattle teacher accused of sexual misconduct in Ohio fired Updated: Oct-01-15 5:43 am
SEATTLE - A teacher at Seattle's prestigious Lakeside School has been fired after he was accused of sexual misconduct with a minor in another state.
- US says Minnesota has time to upgrade IDs for flights Updated: Sep-29-15 6:10 pm
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - U.S. officials said Tuesday that Minnesota will have time to approve standards for state driver's licenses so they can continue to be used as identification to board domestic flights, though it's unclear whether legislators will act.
- Raid of Rentboy.com by Homeland Security stirs anger Updated: Sep-27-15 12:11 pm
NEW YORK - Starting with the name, there was never anything discreet about the website Rentboy.com.
- Border Patrol: Family, kid arrests at border soar 52 percent Updated: Sep-21-15 7:32 pm
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Border Patrol arrested nearly 10,000 unaccompanied immigrant children and families caught illegally crossing the border with Mexico in August, a 52 percent jump from August 2014, according to statistics published by the agency Monday afternoon.
- Thai teacher arrested after US tip-off on obscene photos Updated: Sep-20-15 1:33 am
BANGKOK - Police in Thailand arrested a former primary school teacher who they said admitted to having sexually abused 24 schoolgirls, after a tip-off from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
- US appeals immigration family detention decision Updated: Sep-18-15 6:46 pm
LOS ANGELES - Federal officials on Friday appealed a court order to quickly release immigrant children from family detention centers.
- Kansas restaurant admits illegally hiring immigrants Updated: Sep-17-15 6:10 pm
WICHITA, Kansas - The company that operates a Twin Peaks bar and restaurant in east Wichita on Thursday admitted knowingly employing at least 30 immigrants who were living in the United States unlawfully, a case that highlights a growing focus by federal prosecutors in Kansas on targeting businesses for immigration-related offenses.
- Homeland security chief pledges careful vetting of refugees Updated: Sep-16-15 6:26 pm
FULTON, Missouri - Thousands of Syrian refugees eventually bound for the U.S. will be screened "carefully" to ensure that none of them are terrorists, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Wednesday.