Yet another health care CEO was caught and now pleaded guilty to a massive health care fraud scheme -- $300 million worth -- this time involving the illegal distribution of over 6.6 million dosage units of controlled substances and giving of unneeded injections which hurt patients.
Mastercard and U.S. financial institution defendants have recently agreed to pay a sum of $6.2 billion to settle a multidistrict litigation of credit-card interchange or swipe fees filed by a class of U.S. retailers in 2005.
In a surprise decision, the Supreme Court in Israel said an American student previously imprisoned and denied her visa could stay, calling the government’s decision to block her “a radical and dangerous step”.
Dow Agrosciences has asked the Environmental Protection Agency to expand the unwarranted use of its dangerous bee-killing pesticide sulfoxaflor into broader use on rice, avocados, tree farms and even residential ornamental plans sold in retail stores. The EPA will likely obey its master.
The corrupt U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was put on notice on October 15 by a collection of conservation and public-health groups of an "intent to sue", because it is allowing coal-driven sulfur dioxide air pollution.
Three public meetings this week in Portland and Seattle may be the last stand to stop the Trump administration and the Department of Energy from allowing two-thirds of America’s high-level radioactive waste to continue to poison us all for decades to come.
The Water and Sanitary Corporation (WASAC Ltd.), based in Kigali City, has announced it expects to solicit Invitation for Bids (IFBs) for the Kigali (Rwanda) Centralized Sewerage System sometime in October.