Why is the Left OK With Letting Dangerous Refugees In?
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5 Ways Foam Ear Plugs Are Letting You Down
Foam ear plugs are a short-term solution to a bigger problem. See why long-term use can result in risks to safety, communications and productivity.
'It Is What It Is': Floyd Mayweather Is Not Letting Conor McGregor's Racism Get Under His Skin
The rest of the world may be pissed at Conor McGregor, but Floyd Mayweather, the man who should be insulted, is saying no harm no foul. In case you missed their first joint press conference, MMA ...
Blankenship critical after DOJ says federal conviction should not be vacated
BECKLEY – The Department of Justice is asking a federal court to maintain the conviction of former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship.
Nadler Goes After The DOJ For Telling Mueller How To Testify
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said Tuesday on CNN that it’s “incredibly arrogant” for the Department of Justice to...
DOJ: Bridgeport housing authority to pay $10,000 after lawsuit settlement
BRIDGEPORT - The Housing Authority for the City of Bridgeport was ordered to shell out restitution for a lawsuit filed this year, according to the Department of Justice The authority was ordered Thursday to pay the victim of the lawsuit $10,000 as a part of the settlement, the DOJ said. In Nov. 2016, the U.S. Attorney's office filed a complaint in federal court that alleged that the Housing Authority for the City of Bridgeport - operating under the title of Park City Communities…
Why the DOJ keeps going after the AT&T-Time Warner deal
After Barr’s betrayal, DOJ and FBI employees must speak out
VERIFY: Should you refrigerate leftovers after letting them cool first?
According to the USDA, 76 percent of respondents in a recent study said they would refrigerate leftovers after letting them cool to room temperature.
How to Fulfill Your Potential After Divorce By Not Letting It Define You
Are you allowing divorce to define you? Are you choosing to be labeled as divorced? You can and should free yourself from the "D" moniker. That chapter...
Physician Sued After Letting Patient Leave Against Medical Advice
An intoxicated patient with a head injury left hospital 'against medical advice', as noted on his file. Later that day a radiologist noted a markedly depressed left parietal skull fracture in the patient's x-ray, which lead to the patient having a brain injury that prevented him holding down a job. He sued the doctor for malpractice.
20 Years After Columbine, America Is Still Letting Its Kids Die
O n April 20, 1999, a failed bombing planned by two high school seniors at Columbine High School and turned into a shooting with assault rifles changed the way we talked about school safety and guns in America. Dave Cullen was a journalist who was one of the first to arrive at the tragedy that …
Mom arrested after letting children ride in an inflatable pool on top of a vehicle
A mother was arrested after letting her children ride in an inflatable pool on top of her vehicle.
DOJ: West Haven man faces up to 20 years in prison after guilty plea
BRIDGEPORT - A West Haven man faces up to 20 years in prison after he pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of possession with intent to distribute heroin and distribution of heroin, according to the Department of Justice John Rodriguez, 37, of West Haven, waived his right to be indicted and pleaded guilty to the count. This investigation stemmed from an ongoing statewide initiative that targets…
The DOJ's antitrust chief just telegraphed exactly how it could go after Google, Apple and other...
Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim laid out some possible antitrust arguments against big tech companies in a new speech. His office is reportedly overseeing possible investigations into Google parent company Alphabet and Apple.
10 Years after FCA Amendments, CIDs are DOJ’s Investigatory Tool of Choice — Gov't Contracts...
On May 23, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana granted a petition for summary enforcement of a Civil Investigative Demands in United States v. Andrew Elsbury... Click to read this update by C&M's Gov't Contracts Group.
"DOJ Dusts Off Arbitration Option For Mergers After 20 Years" [PDF] — C&M's Juan Arteaga comments...
The DOJ invoked a power that it's had since the mid-1990s but never used before, when it agreed to arbitrate a key issue in its challenge of a $2.6 billion aluminum deal... C&M's Juan Arteaga comments in this Law360 article. Click to access the PDF.
What the Hell is a Consent Decree? Making Sense of What's to Come After the DOJ Report
What the hell is a consent decree? A consent decree is part of a court settlement — in practical terms, it's a document — in...
DOJ vows appeal after judge orders ex-White House counsel Don McGahn to appear before Congress
Former White House counsel Don McGahn must appear before Congress pursuant to a subpoena issued earlier this year, a Washington, D.C. federal judge ruled late Monday, in a major setback to President Trump's effort to keep aides from testifying before House impeachment investigators.
DOJ goes after Big Tech—here's what 5 experts are watching now
Facebook, Amazon and Google parent Alphabet were front and center Wednesday as the Justice Department prepared for an antitrust probe of Big Tech, and experts have their eyes on earnings.