DEARBORN — 'Community' was the focal point of the Arab American Political Action Committee (AAPAC)'s 19th annual banquet dinner on Wednesday, October 26 at the Bint Jebail Cultural Center.
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.
WASHINGTON - Media companies plan to ask U.S. regulators to force AT&T Inc (T.N) and Time Warner Inc (TWX.N) to share their trove of customer data if the telecom and content companies merge, fearing the combined behemoth would have an unfair advantage selling targeted mobile advertising, a handful of media executives told Reuters this week.
DEARBORN — Former ambassador Ed Gabriel— now Hillary Clinton's advisor to Arab American outreach efforts— made his second visit to Michigan on Thursday to campaign on Clinton's behalf.
DEARBORN — The Islamic Center of America, with ACCESS' help, organized a domestic violence awareness campaign, asking Muslims to break the stigma that haunts victims in the community by wearing purple on October 21 for Friday prayer.