• Judge rules Carlos Ghosn’s American accomplices can be turned over to Japan

    Judge rules Carlos Ghosn’s American accomplices can be turned over to Japan

    A federal judge on Friday ruled that two Massachusetts men can be legally extradited to Japan to face charges they helped former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn flee the country in a box and on a private jet. US Magistrate Judge Donald Cabell in Boston rejected the arguments against extradition by US Army Special Forces veteran …
  • ‘Bachelorette’ alum Rachel Lindsay gets ‘Ghosted’ on MTV

    ‘Bachelorette’ alum Rachel Lindsay gets ‘Ghosted’ on MTV

    “Bachelorette” Rachel Lindsay is ready for her close-up — on two different TV shows. Lindsay, the first African-American star of ABC’s long-running franchise, has joined the “Extra” team as a full-time correspondent — and, with Travis Mills, returns to co-host “Ghosted: Love Gone Missing.” Season 2 premieres Wednesday at 9 p.m. On the show, Lindsay …
  • Former ‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay joins ‘Extra’ as a correspondent

    Former ‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay joins ‘Extra’ as a correspondent

    Rachel LindsayWarner Bros. Rachel Lindsay is adding another title to her already stacked résumé. The former “Bachelorette,” has joined “Extra” as a correspondent for Season 27, the show announced Thursday. Lindsay, 35, will be based in Los Angeles with current host Billy Bush and correspondent Jennifer Lahmers. “I am thrilled to be working with ‘Extra,’” …
  • Trudeau refuses to swap Huawei exec for detainees in China

    Trudeau refuses to swap Huawei exec for detainees in China

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday rejected a call to swap an imprisoned Huawei Technologies executive for two citizens held by Beijing, saying such a move would set a bad precedent and harm Canada. Shortly after Vancouver police arrested Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou on a US arrest warrant in December 2018, Beijing …
  • Feds slam ex-Green Beret, son’s attempt to avoid extradition over Ghosn escape

    Feds slam ex-Green Beret, son’s attempt to avoid extradition over Ghosn escape

    Read More: Japan eyes extradition of ex-Green Beret who allegedly aided Carlos Ghosn escape Ex-Green Beret says it wasn’t a crime to help Carlos Ghosn escape Turkey charges seven in wild escape of ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn Ex-Green Beret and his son arrested for helping Carlos Ghosn flee Japan
  • Ex-Green Beret says it wasn’t a crime to help Carlos Ghosn escape

    Ex-Green Beret says it wasn’t a crime to help Carlos Ghosn escape

    Two Americans accused of helping Carlos Ghosn flee Tokyo have a simple argument for why they shouldn’t face charges in Japan: They didn’t break the law. In a lengthy federal court filing, lawyers for ex-Green Beret Michael Taylor and his son Peter said the pair’s alleged role in the ex-Nissan CEO’s dramatic flight out of …
  • Japan eyes extradition of ex-Green Beret who allegedly aided Carlos Ghosn escape

    Japan eyes extradition of ex-Green Beret who allegedly aided Carlos Ghosn escape

    Japanese officials want to extradite two Americans accused of helping ex-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn make his dramatic escape from Tokyo. Japan is getting ready to formally request the extradition of ex-Green Beret Michael Taylor, 59, and his son, Peter Taylor, according to reports. US authorities arrested the pair at Japan’s request on Wednesday. “We are …