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  • United States v. Eguilos and Denaturalization

    Judge William Shubb, who was appointed by George H.W. Bush, does not mince words in his decision concerning the civil denaturalization process that the government initiated against Christian Oribello Eguilos. The opinion, available at 2019 WL 1643234, begins with a bang: This court must once again dispel the commonly held misconception that all American citizens are afforded the same rights of citizenship. See United States v. Dang, No. 2:01-cv-1514 WBS DAD, 2004 WL 2731911, at *1 (E.D. Cal....
  • The 10 most kid-friendly airports in the United States

    The travel experience is one of the most stressful parts of vacationing with kids. These airports make it easier.

  • Julian Assange: Transparency icon or enemy of the state?

    A heroic campaigner for openness, or an enemy of the US state trying to avoid justice: after a decade in the limelight, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains a polarising figure. The 47-year-old Australian was on Thursday arrested by British police at Ecuador’s embassy in London, his home since 2012, after it withdrew his asylum status. Assange lived in a small apartment in the embassy where he sought refuge while facing investigation for sexual assault and

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