Monthly Archive:: February 2017

‘The Wichita Eagle’ files motion in wiretapping investigation

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) A Wichita newspaper wants to know why the FBI had wiretaps on a Wichita businessman, local lawmakers, and other citizens. Eyewitness News obtained the federal court motion filed by The Wichita Eagle two weeks ago. On Tuesday, the government responded to the filing telling paper releasing the wiretap information jeopardizes its investigation.

The Middle East’s surprising nightlife hot spot

Morocco, a majority-Muslim nation, isn’t usually associated with nightlife and partying. Indeed, because many Muslims do not consume alcohol, it can be difficult to find non-hotel bars even in its major cities. But head to its largest, Casablanca, and your assumptions will be smashed. Here, imbibers mix easily with teetotalers. It’s not unusual, say, to

Samsung’s Jay Y Lee faces indictment over corruption scandal

Samung’s leader Jay Y Lee is likely to face indictment Tuesday (February 28). It’s the deadline for South Korean prosecutors to formally accuse the billionaire, and possibly five suspected Samsung Group execs of charges of bribery linked to a corruption scandal running all the way to President Park Geun-hye. Those in return for favors, including