WATERFORD TOWNSHIP — While those closely involved in the vetting process attest to its meticulousness, worries persist among local officials about the possibility of a Syrian wishing to inflict harm on American soil by slipping through the cracks of the procedure.
DEARBORN — The Syrian refugee vetting process has been questioned by politicians across the country and became a theme at all three presidential debates.
DEARBORN — The Yemeni American Benevolent Association (YABA) presented awards to community leaders and scholarships to Arab American students at a ceremony celebrating its 47th anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 22 at the Bint Jebail Cultural Center.
We are just days away from one of the most important presidential elections in American history – a contest that is important for all the wrong reasons. On Nov. 8, we are faced with two simple choices; a candidate who offers us all inclusion, and a candidate who offers us isolation.
On Nov. 8, Americans will head to the polls faced with two of the most unpopular presidential candidates in modern history.
PAKISTAN- The Afghan woman, once a 12-year-old green-eyed girl celebrated on National Geographic magazine’s cover in 1985, has been arrested in Pakistan for fraudulent identity papers.
WASHINGTON — On Thursday, a bipartisan group of lawmakers in Congress on Thursday asked the Justice Department to clarify how a looming rule change to the government's hacking powers could impact privacy rights of innocent Americans.
TEXAS — The Justice Department charged 61 people and entities on Thursday with taking part in a scam involving India-based call centers where agents impersonated Internal Revenue Service, immigration and other federal officials and demanded payments for nonexistent debts.