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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell also finds himself in the senator’s cross-hairs after two ethics incidents at the central bank.
Students told police they were exposed to Rohypnol, a sedative that’s commonly known as “roofies."
Cancer cells use sugar molecules on their surface to disable attacks by the body's immune system. Researchers now report on how this mechanism can be neutralized.
Violence and bullying in schools represent a global problem that requires a collective effort by specialists to put concrete solutions to limit the spread of such acts, particularly since it negatively effects students’ academic progress and social life. United Nations Educational, Scientific
Following guilty pleas by two of the fourteen OneCoin defendants in Argentina, the pair have been sentenced to prison. Adolfo Domínguez and Aldo Leguizamón will serve three years and six months and four years and three months respectively. As reported by La Nacion
After having received multiple emails from victims and journalists regarding Ravi Melwani and his predatory acts, we finally decided to investigate and look under the rug. What we found and came across was not only shocking and jaw dropping, but also something
That night, like most nights, Phillip J. Cannella 3rd warned that the financial world was at the brink of a massive meltdown, one that would wipe out savings and crush retirees. “We’re about to enter a horrible period, crash followed by recovery,
An employee union at Northern Illinois University is requesting harsher sanctions after alleging that a school lawyer verbally reprimanded a cleaning staff member for what it terms a minor infraction. DeKALB - (Shaw Media) Following an incident in which an NIU attorney
Durham dentist sentenced to federal prison for tax fraud, ordered to pay more than $235K after pleading guilty
DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — A Durham dentist has been sentenced to federal prison after pleading guilty to tax fraud, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Santa Maria McKibbins will serve a year-and-a-day in federal prison and a year of supervised release,