Puerto Rico Legislator and Two Capitol Employees Indicted for Theft and Bribery

Washington, DC - On Wednesday, a federal grand jury in the District of Puerto Rico returned an eight-count indictment against legislator Nelson Del Valle Colon (Del Valle Colon), a member of the Puerto Rico House of Representatives, as well as two of his employees, Nickolle Santos-Estrada (Santos) and her mother Mildred Estrada-Rojas (Estrada), for their alleged participation in a multi-year theft, bribery, and kickback conspiracy.

Gut Health Tips For Kids

Scottsdale, Arizona - Joyce Rockwood CCH dives into Gut Health Tips For Kids via America Newscape. Strategies for providing dietary option to enhance the health and energy for children.

Two U.S. Citizens, One Pakistani National Charged with Moving U.S. Currency to Iran

Washington, DC - A complaint was unsealed Wednesday, charging two U.S. citizens with federal crimes related to Iran. Muzzamil Zaidi, 36, a U.S. citizen who resides in Qom, Iran, was charged with acting in the United States as an agent of the government of Iran without first notifying the Attorney General. Zaidi, Asim Naqvi, 36, a U.S. citizen who lives in Houston, Texas, and Ali Chawla, 36, a Pakistani national who lives in Qom, Iran, were all charged with violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act. 

Canadian National Charged with Alien Smuggling Conspiracy and Attempting to Bring Aliens to the United States

Miami, Florida - Cooperation efforts between United States and Turks and Caicos Islands law enforcement authorities culminated in Wednesday’s extradition to the United States of a Canadian national who has been charged with alien smuggling offenses.

Department of Justice Argues That Vermont’s Barring Parochial Student from College Course Program Violates Constitution

Washington, DC - The Department of Justice Wednesday filed a brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit supporting a parochial high school student and her parents who claim that Vermont discriminated against them in violation of the Free Exercise Clause of the U.S. Constitution by excluding them from a state program paying tuition for high school students to take up to two college courses.