PragerU Sues YouTube in Free-Speech Case

October 26, 2017

Ian Lovett and Jack Nicas, Wall Street Journal Prager University, a nonprofit that produces short, educational videos from conservative perspectives, is suing YouTube and its parent company, Google, claiming the tech giant is illegally censoring […]


Immigration Agent Who Took Cash Bribes and Sex Gets Prison

October 26, 2017

AP A former Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer convicted of accepting cash bribes and sex in exchange for employment authorization documents was sentenced on Tuesday to seven years in prison. Arnaldo Echevarria, of Somerset, was […]