Federal Grand Jury Returns Charges Against Chinese ScientistA federal grand jury returned a two-count indictment Thursday against against former UC Davis researcher Juan Tang charging her with visa fraud and making false statements to the FBI, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced.
Chinese Scientist Working at UC Davis Arrested After Seeking Medical CareA Chinese scientist working at UC Davis was charged with visa fraud after U.S. authorities said she concealed her military ties when she was arrested for leaving the Chinese consulate in San Francisco to seek medical care for her asthma.
Visa Issues Warning Of Hacker Attacks At The Gas Pump; Customers Should Check Credit Card StatementsSophisticated hackers have been able to access gas pump point-of-sale systems, possibly compromising the security of personal data and passwords of millions of credit card customers, VISA announced Monday.
Visa, Mastercard Shun Facebook's Libra Digital Currency PlanVisa and Mastercard on Friday announced their departure from Facebook's Libra project, a potentially fatal blow to the social network's plan for a worldwide digital currency.
Visa, Mastercard Reconsider Partnership With Facebook Cryptocurrency Network 'Libra'A new report says partners in Facebook's cryptocurrency-based payments network, Libra, are wavering in their support amid a backlash from U.S. and European officials.
Family Affected By Travel Ban Invited To SOTU Address By Local OfficialsA South Bay official has invited Shaima Swileh and Ali Hassan, a couple affected by Trump's travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries, to the SOTU Address as special guests.
California High Court Rules For Immigrant Kids In Visa FightThe California Supreme Court on Thursday made it easier for some immigrant children who are abused or abandoned by a parent to seek a U.S. visa to avoid deportation.
Legislators, Protesters Push To Restrict Firearm SalesThe battle for tighter restrictions on gun sales in California includes a couple of new pushes to make it more difficult to purchase firearms.
Plan To End Rule That Allows Spouses Of H-1B Holders To Work Is DelayedPlans to rescind an Obama-era rule that allows spouses of thousands of H-1B visa holders to work in the United States has been delayed until June.
San Francisco Man Financed Jet-Set Lifestyle With Stolen Credit CardsA 51-year-old San Francisco man who financed a jet-set lifestyle of first class travel and luxury hotel accommodations was facing a lengthy federal term after his conviction Wednesday of several counts of identity theft.
Dying San Jose Woman Gets Final Wish To See Mother After Visa Was GrantedTrinh Phan had just one last wish -- to see her mother's smile and feel the comforting touch of her hand one last time.
Visa Cutting Hundreds Of JobsSan Francisco based Visa is cutting hundreds of jobs around the globe.
Uber Pairing With Visa For Credit Rewards ProgramThe ride hailing company Uber is partnering with Visa to offer a credit card rewards program.
Athletes On First-Ever Olympic Refugee Team Land Corporate SponsorTen elite athletes fleeing war and instability in Syria, South Sudan, Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, comprise the world's first-ever Refugee Olympic Team and just landed a corporate sponsor.
Costco Skewered On Social Media Over Troubled Switch To Visa Credit CardMany Costco customers have taken to Twitter and the retailer's Facebook page to vent their frustration over Costco's switch from using American Express credit cards to Visa.