Customs and boarder protection agents at the Washington Dulles International Airport seized 13 pounds of horse genitals from a luggage that were hidden inside juice boxes, the NBC Washington reports. On January 29, two unidentified women...Show More Summary
Two women from Mongolia have joined the insane smuggling tactics hall of fame after being caught with 42 pounds of horsemeat and horse genitals hidden in juice boxes at Washington Dulles International Airport.
That’s one treatment that doesn’t seem like a treat. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials at Washington Dulles International Airport stopped 13 pounds of horse genitals from being smuggled into the country last month, according...Show More Summary
Two Yemeni brothers denied entry into the U.S. under President Donald Trump's travel ban have been reunited with their family at Dulles International Airport. Ammar Aqel Mohammed Aziz and Tareq … Click to Continue »
An attorney for two Yemeni brothers denied entry into the U.S. under President Donald Trump's travel ban says the pair will be reunited with their family at Dulles International Airport. … Click to Continue »
The lawyer from Justice spoke during a court hearing involving Yemeni brothers turned away from Dulles International Airport.
A stunned former prime minister of Norway complained that he was caught up in the maw of Donald Trump’s controversial executive order and detained this week by border agents at Washington’s Dulles International Airport because he visited...Show More Summary
Attorney general asks federal officials for a precise account of what happened last weekend.
UPDATE: The photo in this week's "name that airport" post is of Washington Dulles International Airport.
Virginia's Attorney General has filed a motion in federal court seeking details on what happened at Dulles International Airport when President Donald Trump's ban on citizens from seven countries went … Click to Continue »
On Monday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer responded to news that a 5-year-old boy had reportedly been detained by himself for hours at Washington Dulles International Airport as a result of President Trump’s immigration order. Show More Summary
Protesters waving banners continued to express their opposition to President Trump’s travel ban on Jan. 30 at Dulles International Airport.
The situation at Dulles International Airport remains tense, with rumors flying about what a rogue Customs and Border Patrol is doing there. There are credible enough reports that detainees there are being sent offsite to cause attorneys there to investigate. Show More Summary
Customs and Border Patrol officials at Dulles International Airport continue to disregard a judge's order and refuse to allow both attorneys and members of Congress access to the people they've detained there under Trump's Muslim ban order. It was a court order from a federal judge, which meant it was enforceable by federal law enforcement. Show More Summary
At Dulles International Airport on Sunday, lawyers and activists feared federal officials were ignoring court decisions staying the president’s executive order restricting travel from several mostly Muslim nations.
DULLES, Virginia ? U.S. officials at Dulles International Airport continued Sunday to defy a court order temporarily halting parts of President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration, despite complaints from lawmakers and lawyers. On Saturday, Judge Leonie Brinkema of the U.S. Show More Summary
DULLES, Va. ? Nearly 24 hours after a federal judge ordered U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at Washington Dulles International Airport to grant attorneys access to green card holders detained as a result of President Donald Trump’s executive order, customs officials continued to deny them access. But the obstruction went event further. Show More Summary
Legal immigrants and refugees from seven majority Muslim countries found themselves detained as they landed at Washington Dulles International Airport as President Trumps half-baked Muslim ban went into effect over the weekend.
DULLES, Virginia ? The U.S. government must “permit lawyers access to all legal permanent residents being detained at Dulles International Airport” a federal judge in Virginia ordered late Saturday. But U.S. Customs and Border Protection...Show More Summary
On Saturday evening, everyone who arrives at Dulles International Airport from an overseas flight is greeted by a tunnel of people cheering and giving away flowers. [ more › ]