Maryland: Government Programs That Will Make Your Home-Buying Easier

Who doesn’t dream of owning a home? Many singles and couples want to own a home but never make it past the dream phase. Fortunately, you do not need to tackle the... Read more »

Former Commissioner Of The Tennessee Department Of Correction Sentenced For Mail Fraud Scheme

Jackson, Tennessee – Quenton Irwin White, the former U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee as well as the former Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Correction, has been sentenced to... Read more »
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Sponsor For Greater Faith Ministries Gets 33-Month Imprison For Role In Scheme To Steal Money Intended For Feeding Children

Little Rock, Arkansas – Cody Hiland, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, announced today that United States District Court Judge Kristine G. Baker sentenced Elbert Harris, 58, of Pine... Read more »

Former Sponsor Of USDA Feeding Program Gets 33 Months In Prison For Stealing $1.3M

Little Rock, Arkansas – Cody Hiland, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, announced Tuesday that United States District Court Judge James M. Moody Jr., sentenced Dorothy Harper, 52, of... Read more »

Helena Woman Gets 12 Years For Diverting USDA Funds Intended For Children For Own Use

Little Rock, Arkansas – Cody Hiland, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, Dax Roberson, Special Agent in Charge, Southwest Region of the United States Department of Agriculture—Office of Inspector... Read more »

Terrafina To Close Bronx Facility, Laying Off 109 Employees

Terrafina, LLC filed a Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification with the New York State Department of Labor on November 10. The notice indicates the company will close its facility at 1610 Bathgate... Read more »

Women Are At A Higher Risk Of Alcohol-Related Issues

Alcohol consumption poses risks on women’s health, especially, when you calculate the type of beverage, frequency, and total amounts consumed.  Drinking patterns in women and men differ and the body’s response to... Read more »

Two Companies Recall Several Products Distributed In Maryland

On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said two different food products distributed in several states, including Maryland are being recalled related to potential undeclared allergens. Water Lilies Food Inc., an... Read more »

Teenager Undergoes New Technique To Repair Cerebral Aneurysm

In 2015, California high school student, Brianna Atkins, was preparing to play a soccer game, when she began to exhibit a severe headache. She was transported to a nearby hospital, where she... Read more »

Johns Hopkins University Looking For Alternatives To Replace Animal Testing

A team at the Johns Hopkins University is questioning the usefulness of testing on mice, dogs and other animals. The team aims to determine just how useful animal testing is in predicting... Read more »