As most commentators, myself included, predicted last fall, a federal appellate court has vacated the FCC’s...
Jan 24 2014, 8:10am CST
Source: NBC Connecticut
A New London man has pleaded guilty in connection with a 2012 homicide that federal officials describe as a murder-for-hire plot to take over a drug operation.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, the attack and homicide of Javier Reyes, 36, was connected to a "Green Garages" operation in which marijuana, cocaine and other narcotics were distributed from a series of garage bays as 12/14 Walker Street in New London.
Officials said former members of the enterprise were attemptin ...
Full article at: NBC Connecticut
7 hours ago, 11:56am CDT
President Obama: The reforms I'm proposing today should give the American people greater confidence that their rights are being protected.
Jan 17 2014, 8:31pm CST
Source: St. Louis Business Journal
Ozkan Semizoglu, a Turkish citizen who worked for a drug wholesaler there, pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in St. Louis to smuggling counterfeit, adulterated and misbranded cancer drugs into the U.S.
The drugs included a version of the cancer drug Avastin not approved for domestic sale, according to the Justice Department, the Wall Street Journal reports.
According to a plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court for the E ...
Full article at: St. Louis Business Journal
11 hours ago, 7:29am CDT
It's just about a done deal.On Tuesday, the Justice Department signal that it has no antitrust issues with Sinclair's purchase of Allbritton stations.Now it moves over to the FCC and although the clock still running, it is expected that the FCC will gives its approval before the July 27 date after which either company could back out of the sale.Sinclair rest ...
Full article at: ftvlive
13 hours ago, 6:16am CDT
Target says millions more customers than previously disclosed affected by data breach
NEW YORK (AP) —...
Jan 10 2014, 4:11pm CST
Source: Roll Call
The White House press spokesman Josh Earnest today responded to federal appeals court panel ruling that health care overhaul law subsidies only apply to insurance exchanges formally established by the states. The White House insists its legal case will prevail and anticipates the Department of Justice will ask the full court to review the de ...
Full article at: Roll Call
1 day ago, 11:37am CDT
If you live anywhere but Washington, D.C., you probably believe that the federal government spends too much. Since...
Jan 6 2014, 7:26am CST