Baby from Thai Surrogacy Scandal, Gammy, Gets Australian Citizenship

Gammy, a baby with Down syndrome born via surrogacy in Thailand and allegedly abandoned by an Australian couple in August 2014, has been granted Australian citizenship, according to the Bangkok Post. The Bangkok Post reports […]

Thais Worship Statue Rising from Ground

A statue mysteriously emerging from the front yard of a Thai family in Ratchaburi province prompts worship ceremonies, reports Coconuts Bangkok. Sampao Ngamjam and her husband Suthep Ngamjam first spotted the object in their yard […]

Activists Push for Jury Nullification in Silk Road Trial

With Ross Ulbricht’s trial underway, jury rights activists are spreading the message of jury nullification in hopes of keeping Ulbricht out of jail, reports Voctiv. Ulbricht is under trial in New York for allegedly creating […]

DEA Declares End to Parallel Construction Program that Recorded International Phone Conversations

The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) reportedly shut down its “construction parallel” program, which collected data on almost all international calls out of the U.S. for 15 years, according to the Digital Journal. “Parallel […]

Japanese Man in Thai Surrogacy Scandal Files Lawsuit

Mitsutoki Shigeta, the Japanese man at the center of a suspected surrogacy baby factory, is suing the Thailand government for apprehending children he claims are his, reports the Bangkok Post. Vichien Chaovalit, permanent secretary of […]