Shouldn’t be too bad if Twitter a/c hacked: Trump

For US President Donald Trump, it “should not be too bad” if someone hacks his Twitter account that has 63.8 million followers. Reacting after hackers broke into Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account last week and posted a flurry of rogue tweets including racial slurs, Trump said he is not worried if his Twitter account @realDonaldTrump … Read moreShouldn’t be too bad if Twitter a/c hacked: Trump

Hurricane Dorian Steered by Military – Dane Wigington

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Climate engineering researcher Dane Wigington says Hurricane Dorian is the latest storm to be steered by the U.S. military. Wigington contends, “It’s an historical, verifiable fact and verifiable in the immediate term as well as we have animations of radio frequency microwave transmissions directly interacting with, interfering with and steering that … Read moreHurricane Dorian Steered by Military – Dane Wigington

Hurrian Dorian Steered by Military – Dane Wigington

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Climate engineering researcher Dane Wigington says Hurricane Dorian is the latest storm to be steered by the U.S. military. Wigington contends, “It’s an historical, verifiable fact and verifiable in the immediate term as well as we have animations of radio frequency microwave transmissions directly interacting with, interfering with and steering that … Read moreHurrian Dorian Steered by Military – Dane Wigington

Houston-Area Man Who Posed as Physician Found Guilty of Conspiring to Unlawfully Prescribe Hundreds of Thousands of Doses of Opioids

A Houston-area man who posed as a physician at an unregistered pain clinic was found guilty today for his role at a “pill mill” at which he and his co-conspirators illegally prescribed hundreds of thousands of doses of opioids and other controlled substances. Please follow and like us:

Judge Decides CVS-Aetna Final Judgment is in the Public Interest and Grants United States’ Motion

A federal district court in Washington, D.C. today entered a final order giving effect to the settlement that the Department of Justice reached with CVS Health Corporation and Aetna Inc., which required the parties to divest Aetna’s Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) business for individuals in order to proceed with their $69 billion … Read moreJudge Decides CVS-Aetna Final Judgment is in the Public Interest and Grants United States’ Motion

Drug Maker Mallinckrodt Agrees to Pay Over $15 Million to Resolve Alleged False Claims Act Liability for “Wining and Dining” Doctors

Pharmaceutical company Mallinckrodt ARD LLC (formerly known as Mallinckrodt ARD Inc. and previously Questcor Pharmaceuticals Inc. “Questcor”), has agreed to pay $15.4 million to resolve claims that Questcor paid illegal kickbacks to doctors, in the form of lavish dinners and entertainment, to induce prescriptions of the company’s drug, H.P. Acthar Gel (Acthar) from 2009 through … Read moreDrug Maker Mallinckrodt Agrees to Pay Over $15 Million to Resolve Alleged False Claims Act Liability for “Wining and Dining” Doctors

Former Supervisor at Richwood Correctional Center Sentenced for Violating Civil Rights of Five Inmates

The Department of Justice today announced that defendant Christopher Loring, a former lieutenant at the Richwood Correctional Center, was sentenced to 46 months in prison in federal court today for his role in a conspiracy to cover up the abuse of five inmates by corrections officers. Loring, 37, of Winnsboro, Louisiana, pleaded guilty to conspiring … Read moreFormer Supervisor at Richwood Correctional Center Sentenced for Violating Civil Rights of Five Inmates

Justice Department Sues to Block Novelis’s Acquisition of Aleris

The Department of Justice filed a civil antitrust lawsuit today seeking to block Novelis Inc.’s proposed acquisition of Aleris Corporation in order to preserve competition in the North American market for rolled aluminum sheet for automotive applications, commonly referred to as aluminum auto body sheet. Please follow and like us:

American Citizen, an Alleged ISIS Sniper and Weapons Instructor, Indicted for Providing Material Support to ISIS

A five-count indictment was filed yesterday in federal court in Brooklyn charging Ruslan Maratovich Asainov, 43, also known as “Suleiman Al-Amriki” and “Suleiman Al-Kazakhi,” with conspiracy to provide material support to ISIS; providing material support to ISIS in the form of personnel, training, expert advice and assistance and weapons; receipt of military-type training from ISIS; … Read moreAmerican Citizen, an Alleged ISIS Sniper and Weapons Instructor, Indicted for Providing Material Support to ISIS

ASIC sues Bendigo and Adelaide Bank for use of unfair contract terms

ASIC has commenced proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia against Bendigo and Adelaide Bank concerning unfair contract terms in small business contracts. ASIC alleges that certain terms used by Bendigo and Adelaide Bank in contracts with small businesses are unfair. If the Court agrees with ASIC, the specific terms will be void and unenforceable … Read moreASIC sues Bendigo and Adelaide Bank for use of unfair contract terms

ASIC sues Bank of Queensland for use of unfair contract terms

ASIC has commenced proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia against the Bank of Queensland concerning unfair contract terms in small business contracts. ASIC alleges that certain terms used by Bank of Queensland in contracts with small businesses are unfair. If the Court agrees with ASIC, the specific terms will be void and unenforceable by … Read moreASIC sues Bank of Queensland for use of unfair contract terms

Household Financial Confidence Firms A Tad

Digital Finance Analytics has released the latest in our series of the Household Financial Confidence Index to end of August 2019. The reading this month was just a little higher at 85.45 (85.43 last month), but still well below the 87.69 back in 2015, which was the previous low, and significantly below the neutral setting. … Read moreHousehold Financial Confidence Firms A Tad

Australian economic growth hits 10-year low

The Australian economy has recorded its weakest annual growth in a decade, expanding just 1.4% in the year to June. The economy grew 0.4% between April & June compared with the previous quarter, a small increase driven by mining exports & govt spending. The external sector drove GDP growth this quarter, while growth in the … Read moreAustralian economic growth hits 10-year low

USCIS Proposes New H-1B Fee

​Organizations that want to hire high-skilled foreign nationals under the H-1B visa cap will have to pay a $10 fee for each electronic registration they submit, under a new rule proposed by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).We’ve rounded up articles and resources from SHRM Online on the news.Revenue GeneratorUSCIS proposed the fee to recover the expected … Read moreUSCIS Proposes New H-1B Fee

Why Hasn’t Brexit Happened?, by John Derbyshire

A spectre is haunting Europe—the spectre of communitarianism. Of what? “Communitarianism” is the name being used in academic political-science circles for one side of the Great Divide that has opened up among voters in the West this past few years. For the other side of the divide, the poli-sci eggheads favor “cosmopolitanism.” My own designators,… … Read moreWhy Hasn’t Brexit Happened?, by John Derbyshire

The Official Story of the Collapse of WTC Building 7 Lies in Ruins, by Paul Craig Roberts

A research team at the University of Alaska’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, led by Dr. Leroy Hulsey, Dr. Zhili Quan, and Professor Feng Xiao, Department of Civil Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, released yesterday for public comment their findings from a four-year study of the collapse of World Trade Center Building… … Read moreThe Official Story of the Collapse of WTC Building 7 Lies in Ruins, by Paul Craig Roberts

Escape from America: Dumaguete City, Philippines, by Linh Dinh

How long have you lived overseas? First I solo’d my yacht across the Pacific, then settled in the Philippines. It is close to 20 years ago now.   What made you decide to leave North America? Canada: It is cold, with lots of rain, and the sun never gets high in the sky. US: After… … Read moreEscape from America: Dumaguete City, Philippines, by Linh Dinh

Truth Is an Endangered Species, by Paul Craig Roberts

Dear Readers, you have kept this website going longer than I had hoped. It is a lot of work for me. My columns and those of guests generate a lot of appreciation and also a lot of demonization and expressions of hatred toward me. The slightest criticism of Israel labels one an anti-semite. People who… … Read moreTruth Is an Endangered Species, by Paul Craig Roberts

Labour’s Fictitious Anti-Semitism Problem, by Morgan Jones

A supposed problem According to much of the British media, Labour has had an ‘anti-Semitism problem’ since Jeremy Corbyn became leader in 2015. The more impartial headlines call it a controversy or a set of claims. Corbyn critics speak of a crisis while his supporters complain of a witch-hunt. As with any claim of anti-Semitism,… … Read moreLabour’s Fictitious Anti-Semitism Problem, by Morgan Jones

New Book: The Russia Trap: How Our Shadow War with Russia Could Spiral Into Nuclear Catastrophe

The Center for the National Interest is pleased to announce the publication of a new book by Vice President & Director of Studies George Beebe entitled The Russia Trap: How Our Shadow War with Russia Could Spiral into Nuclear Catastrophe. George’s book offers sober analysis of America’s deteriorating relationship with Russia, describes the mistakes made … Read moreNew Book: The Russia Trap: How Our Shadow War with Russia Could Spiral Into Nuclear Catastrophe

New Book: The Russia Trap: How Our Shadow War with Russia Could Spiral Into Nuclear Catastrophe

The Center for the National Interest is pleased to announce the publication of a new book by Vice President & Director of Studies George Beebe entitled The Russia Trap: How Our Shadow War with Russia Could Spiral into Nuclear Catastrophe. George’s book offers sober analysis of America’s deteriorating relationship with Russia, describes the mistakes made … Read moreNew Book: The Russia Trap: How Our Shadow War with Russia Could Spiral Into Nuclear Catastrophe

Watch Chandrayaan-2 landing on National Geographic

New Delhi, Sep 3 (IANS) National Geographic on Tuesday announced that it is all set to take its viewers on a once in a lifetime expedition to witness a historic event in the country’s space endeavors, the Chandrayaan-2 landing on September 6 at 1.30 a.m.-2.30 a.m. The TV channel is bringing in NASA astronaut Jerry Linenger … Read moreWatch Chandrayaan-2 landing on National Geographic

Is Manufacturing Slowing Down?

There was new ISM data released today. And it wasn’t good. Oh no! The Institute for Supply Management (ISM)’s monthly index is considered a pretty good gauge of activity in the U.S. manufacturing sector. ISM goes around, asks a bunch of folks whether they’re buying supplies or not, and averages them (and their comments) out. … Read moreIs Manufacturing Slowing Down?

Is Manufacturing Slowing Down?

There was new ISM data released today. And it wasn’t good. Oh no! The Institute for Supply Management (ISM)’s monthly index is considered a pretty good gauge of activity in the U.S. manufacturing sector. ISM goes around, asks a bunch of folks whether they’re buying supplies or not, and averages them (and their comments) out. … Read moreIs Manufacturing Slowing Down?

U.S. Department of Labor Announces Nationwide Compliance Assistance Outreach Effort

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Compliance Initiatives (OCI) announced plans for a nationwide, multi-agency compliance assistance outreach effort focused on providing job creators and workers with access to high-quality information about their obligations and rights under the law. Through the autumn season, Department agencies will host in-person trainings, webinars and … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Announces Nationwide Compliance Assistance Outreach Effort