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    Sens. To Introduce 'Bridge Act' To Protect DACA Recipients

    Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., announced on the Senate floor Friday bipartisan legislation that would provide work authorization and temporary relief from removal to young unauthorized immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children, saying it would protect...

    Sens. To Introduce 'Bridge Act' To Protect DACA Recipients

    Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., announced on the Senate floor Friday bipartisan legislation that would provide work authorization and temporary relief from removal to young unauthorized immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children, saying it would protect...

    Och-Ziff Contractor Cops To Bribing African Officials

    The son of the former prime minister of Gabon faces up to five years in U.S. prison after pleading guilty in Brooklyn federal court Friday to conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act while acting as a contractor for New York-based hedge...

    Och-Ziff Contractor Cops To Bribing African Officials

    The son of the former prime minister of Gabon faces up to five years in U.S. prison after pleading guilty in Brooklyn federal court Friday to conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act while acting as a contractor for New York-based hedge...

    Och-Ziff Contractor Cops To Bribing African Officials

    The son of the former prime minister of Gabon faces up to five years in U.S. prison after pleading guilty in Brooklyn federal court Friday to conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act while acting as a contractor for New York-based hedge...

    Och-Ziff Contractor Cops To Bribing African Officials

    The son of the former prime minister of Gabon faces up to five years in U.S. prison after pleading guilty in Brooklyn federal court Friday to conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act while acting as a contractor for New York-based hedge...

    Och-Ziff Contractor Cops To Bribing African Officials

    The son of the former prime minister of Gabon faces up to five years in U.S. prison after pleading guilty in Brooklyn federal court Friday to conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act while acting as a contractor for New York-based hedge...

    KWM Europe Confirms It's Reviewing Purchase Offers

    Global law firm King & Wood Mallesons’ European branch is reviewing purchase offers and engaging in “detailed discussions with a small number of parties,” the firm said in a statement Friday. ...read more

    Oversight Reps Probe DOD's Withdrawn $125B Waste Report

    House Oversight Committee members demanded answers Thursday from Secretary of Defense Ash Carter on media reports that the Pentagon commissioned a report looking to cut costs but buried the findings over fears the identified $125 billion in savings would...

    Oversight Reps Probe DOD's Withdrawn $125B Waste Report

    House Oversight Committee members demanded answers Thursday from Secretary of Defense Ash Carter on media reports that the Pentagon commissioned a report looking to cut costs but buried the findings over fears the identified $125 billion in savings would...

    USPS, Union Fight Stay In Contractor Mail Routes Suit

    The United States Postal Service and the American Postal Workers Union fought to keep the enforcement of an arbitration award moving forward on Thursday, asking a D.C. federal court to ignore a contractors association's attempt to freeze the conversion...

    Contract Awarded For New Federal Courthouse In San Antonio

    White Construction Co. has won the contract to build a new federal courthouse in San Antonio, Texas, the U.S. General Services Administration announced Thursday, stating that the project, which has been allocated $132 million, will provide the judiciary...

    Columbia Graduate Workers Vote In Favor Of Union

    Columbia University research and teaching assistants voted this week to organize with the United Automobile Workers, months after their petition led the National Labor Relations Board to restore the right of student assistants at private colleges to unionize...

    Obama Orders Review On Russian Activity In 2016 Election

    President Barack Obama has directed intelligence officials to conduct a full review into Russian involvement in the November election as top members of Congress intensify calls for the White House to share what has already been gathered about Russian...

    Obama Orders Review On Russian Activity In 2016 Election

    President Barack Obama has directed intelligence officials to conduct a full review into Russian involvement in the November election as top members of Congress intensify calls for the White House to share what has already been gathered about Russian...

    Doc Request Goes Too Far In $200M Arbitral Row, Court Told

    A shareholder of the defunct auto salvage business A-1 Specialized Services & Supplies Inc. told a Pennsylvania federal judge on Friday that a discovery request by a South African metals refinery, which is attempting to collect an underlying $200...

    Doc Request Goes Too Far In $200M Arbitral Row, Court Told

    A shareholder of the defunct auto salvage business A-1 Specialized Services & Supplies Inc. told a Pennsylvania federal judge on Friday that a discovery request by a South African metals refinery, which is attempting to collect an underlying $200...

    1,000 Russian Athletes Benefited From Doping, WADA Says

    The World Anti-Doping Agency published the second portion of an independent investigation into Russia’s state-sponsored doping ring Friday, finding that more than 1,000 athletes benefited from, or directly participated in, the regime. ...read more

    BIA Wants Tribal Input On 'Indian Trader' Regulations

    The Bureau of Indian Affairs announced its plan Friday to develop a rule that would help update and simplify so-called Indian Trader Regulations for businesses on tribal lands and is seeking tribal leaders’ input on what changes to the regulations...

    Food Distributor Challenges Puerto Rico Import Tariff

    Puerto Rico Ports Authority and a security company illegally collected import tariffs in the form of fees charged for scanning shipments coming through the San Juan port, according to a food distributor's suit filed Thursday in a Puerto Rico federal...

    Food Distributor Challenges Puerto Rico Import Tariff

    Puerto Rico Ports Authority and a security company illegally collected import tariffs in the form of fees charged for scanning shipments coming through the San Juan port, according to a food distributor's suit filed Thursday in a Puerto Rico federal...

    Raymond James Blasts Atty For Needing ‘Tutorial’ In EB-5 Row

    Raymond James & Associates told a Florida federal judge Thursday that it opposed a motion to compel documents in a $400 million investor EB-5 visa lawsuit accusing Vermont ski resorts Jay Peak and Q Burke of misappropriating funds, saying the investors...

    Doctor In Home Health Fraud Hit With 3-Year Sentence

    A former doctor convicted of falsely certifying elderly patients for in-home care will spend the next 3 years in prison and be forced to reimburse the government for the $1.5 million in losses he caused, an Illinois federal judge ruled Friday. ...read...

    Doctor In Home Health Fraud Hit With 3-Year Sentence

    A former doctor convicted of falsely certifying elderly patients for in-home care will spend the next 3 years in prison and be forced to reimburse the government for the $1.5 million in losses he caused, an Illinois federal judge ruled Friday. ...read...

    Chicago Firm Didn't Secure Client Data, Suit Says

    Former clients of Illinois law firm Johnson & Bell Ltd. are accusing the firm of exposing client information and failing to protect client data, saying the firm has structural holes in its security architecture, in a proposed class action unsealed...