The vases resurfaced in London at an auction in 1997, and then again in another auction in 2000.
This funding includes $62 million in new fundings that support outreach, case management and other flexible assistance to rapidly re-house Veterans who become homeless or prevent Veterans from becoming homeless.
DOJ Begins 4thDistribution of Funds Recovered Through Asset Forfeiture to Compensate Victims of Madoff...
This brings the total distributed to $2.4 billion to nearly 32,000 victims worldwide.
Telemarketer Agrees to Pay $2.5 Million to Settle Allegations of Telemedicine Schemes Involving Illegal...
The government alleged that: (1) Roix and his marketing companies fraudulently obtained insurance coverage information from consumers across the country to arrange for them to receive prescription pain creams and other similar products, (2) these prescriptions were not medically necessary and did not arise from a valid doctor-patient relationship, and (3) Roix and his marketing companies sold these prescriptions to pharmacies under the guise of marketing services, and the payments solicited were based on the volume and value of the prescriptions.
These new rules will close a loophole in the law that prevented the agency from pursuing scammers sending spoofed text messages and international fraudsters making spoofed calls to Americans.
EPA Proposes Amendments to the Coal Ash Regulations, Reconsiders the Beneficial Use Provisions and...
Among the proposed changes is the proposal to require an environmental demonstration based on location (like proximity to wetland, floodplain, etc) instead of weight.
A search of his vehicle, a 2007 Ford Explorer, allegedly revealed approximately 33 kilograms of a white powdery substance, which the trooper suspected to be drugs, likely cocaine. Subsequent testing revealed the substance was actually fentanyl.
FYI' Initiative to offer housing vouchers to at-risk young people facing homelessness
District Judge Micaela Alvarez, who accepted the guilty plea, handed Pino a 30-month-term of imprisonment.
He is the sixth of eight defendants to plead guilty in the case so far and admitted as part of his guilty plea that he fraudulently recruited patients in return for a percentage of the amount TRICARE reimbursed for compounded medications that his sham patients ordered.