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  • Rate Of Americans Turned Away At The Border Surges

    April 19, 2017 -   The rate at which Americans were denied entrance into Canada across the U.S.-Canadian border surged over 31 percent last year, with 30,233 U.S. citizens being turned away throughout 2016, Canada Border Services Agency figures stated. That’s up from 23,052 stops the year before – and just 7,509 in 2014.     The trend, first reported Wednesday by Canadian newspaper La Presse, doesn’t indicate instability or a lack of cooperation across the neighboring nations; in fact, it may actually show the opposite.     The U.S. and Canada stepped up its sharing of national security information, criminal records and other data under former President Barack Obama’s administration. The ne...

  • Arrests of illegal criminals jumps 250% in one week

    April 18, 2017 - The biggest seizures by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents were in Texas, but they made arrests as far north as Wyoming.  ...

  • Idaho Online System Delayed

    April 18, 2017 -   A new electronic court filing and records system won’t be up and working in Canyon County in April as planned, but when it starts this...

  • Federal Criminal Prosecutions Fall

    April 18, 2017 -   After peaking in 2011, the number of federal criminal prosecutions has declined for five consecutive years and is now at its lowest level in...

  • Gun Stocks Rip As March Posts 10th Highest FBI Background Check Figures

    April 14, 2017 - This March boasted the tenth most FBI firearm background checks (2,433,092) of any month in the 19-year history of the National Instant Criminal Ba...

  • Thousands of current Uber, Lyft drivers fail new background checks

    April 13, 2017 - More than 8,000 drivers for ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft have been pulled off Massachusetts roads after failing a new state backgro...

  • Why Is ICE Arresting So Many People Without Criminal Records In Weird, Liberal Austin?

    April 12, 2017 - On the morning of February 9, Juan Martinez got into his car just outside his apartment and prepared to drop off his children at school before head...

  • Criminal records and airport security are not a good mix

    April 11, 2017 - The Senate Transport Committee is right to be concerned about the high number of people with criminal records working in sensitive areas in Austral...


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