Federal Defenders of New York, a legal nonprofit organization, is representing Brooklyn inmates who claim a power outage caused their Sixth Amendment rights to be ignored.
Ryan Farrick is a freelance writer and small business advertising consultant based out of mid-Michigan. Passionate about international politics and world affairs, he’s an avid traveler with a keen interest in the connections between South Asia and the United States. Ryan studied neuroscience and has spent the last several years working as an operations manager in transportation logistics.
I.C.E. relies on private contractors to operate many of its detention centers nationwide. A recently-released Department of Homeland Security reports indicates that I.C.E. may not be policing its contractors.
In his State of the Union address delivered Tuesday, President Donald Trump demanded the U.S. welcome more legal immigrants while continuing to crack down on unauthorized crossings.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was on the verge of mandating that all new vehicles contain data recorders to improve vehicle safety. Under Trump, the agency’s decided they’ve already done enough.
After two years and several settlements, the parents of Penn State sophomore Timothy Piazza, killed during a fraternity drinking ritual, are suing 28 former members of Beta Theta Phi.
Sian Green lost her leg to an out-of-control New York City taxi nearly six years ago. Initially seeking $27.5 million from the city and a cab company, Green was forced to settle with $150,000.
For years, the Department of Homeland Security and I.C.E managed the University of Farmington’s website and staffed its phone lines. While the college wasn’t real, its applicants were–and the government says most were trying to take advantage of U.S. immigration law.
In a surprising turn from the #MeToo movement’s norms, former Kentucky state Rep. Jeff Hoover, accused of sexual harassment, is demanding that his settlement be paid back in full–with interest.
Using an army of bots and stolen identities, Devumi sold likes and social media influence for years. But a series of settlements this week puts caps on a burgeoning and worrisome new industry.
A Reveal News report dug into a 2016 settlement to uncover evidence of Facebook taking advantage of children. For years, the company employed dubious tactics designed to infiltrate parents’ pocketbooks through their own kids’ addiction to online games.