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New U.S. Attorney for Utah outlines his priorities

SALT LAKE CITY — Newly installed U.S. Attorney for Utah John Huber describes himself as a “Utah native.”

“I still live in my proud, working class neighborhood in Magna. 353 more words

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INDEPENDENCE DAY

the time to celebrate FREEDOM and LIBERTY in 

THE LAND OF THE FREE

… boom boom~!

In the meantime (in between all the bunting, parades, rockets glaring redly, and ‘National Treasure’ parts 1 and 2 going viral) … 464 more words

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The Growing Case Against Attorney General Ken Paxton

Special prosecutors are now planning to bring first degree felony charges against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton before a grand jury.

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Police arrest 130 in global anti-cyber fraud operation

Police have arrested 130 suspects in connection with cyber fraud at 140 airports around the world in an international law enforcement operation.

According to Europol, fraudulent online purchases of airline tickets using stolen credit card data is the fastest growing type of fraud, and is estimated to have resulted in €1bn in losses to the airline industry. 586 more words

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GEMA: The Terrorist Enterprise

The US Department of Homeland security defines terrorism as:

  • The intention of an enterprise to intimidate or coerce a civilian population
  • The intention of an enterprise to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion…
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The Biggest Fraud in Higher Education: Whose Fault?

The biggest scam in higher education was perpetrated by Corinthian Colleges, a for-profit corporation that once enrolled more than 120,000 students at 120 campuses. Corinthian collapsed recently, leaving tens of thousands of students saddled with debt and worthless degrees. 701 more words

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