Nurse Says Customs Agents Took Money for Nigerian Clinic

A Texas nurse traveling to Nigeria claims in a class action that U.S. customs agents wrongly seized over $41,000 in cash from her that was meant to start a clinic for women and children in the West African nation, and have refused to return it unless she signs a waiver.

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Wrongful-Death Lawsuit Filed Over Florida Airport Shooting

The son of an elderly woman fatally shot in the 2017 Fort Lauderdale airport massacre sued Delta Air Lines, claiming lax security protocols allowed the shooter to pick up his checked gun from a baggage service station and freely tote the weapon through a terminal before opening fire on a crowd.

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Lawsuit Seeks to Verify Accounts of Coercion During First Travel Ban

On the same day a modified version of President Trump’s second visa ban took effect, a FOIA lawsuit is seeking to determine the veracity of media reports that U.S. residents detained under the first ban were coerced into surrendering their residency statuses.

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