According to a new report, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents who search electronic devices of travelers entering the U.S. often make a lot of very bad mistakes in carrying out their supposed duty and put travelers at risk.
In a vote which should rattle the Trump administration for multiple reasons, on December 13 the U.S. Senate voted to end U.S. military support for the Saudi Arabia-led coalition in its savage war on Yemen.
As proof grows that the U.S. is being probed for cyberattacks on its utility systems, a just-released government study shows precisely how unprepared the country is for what might happen even the case of a natural disaster.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF), Center for Food Safety (CFS), and two other plaintiffs have sued the Governor and Attorney General of Kansas, claiming Kansas’ notorious Ag-Gag law is unconstitutional.
The arrest in Canada of Huawei Technologies’ Chief Financial Officer Wanzhou Meng on December 1 at the request of the U.S. has thrown Canada into the middle of the escalating China-U.S. international dispute.
The current heads of state for the US, Canada, and Mexico may have signed off on the draft USMCA agreement at the G20 summit, but that’s a far cry from saying the three countries’ legislatures are going to approve it.
In a surprising use -- and possible abuse -- of power at the Canadian border, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency has banned a Canadian cannabis business investor from entering the U.S. for life, just for coming to attend a completely legal cannabis conference.