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Florida man sentenced in health care fraud scheme

LOUISVILLE – U.S. District Court Judge Rebecca G. Jennings sentenced Ariel Borrego-Hernandez, of Naples, Florida, to 54 months in prison, followed by 3 years supervised release for health care fraud, money laundering, and drug trafficking, announced United States Attorney Russell M. Coleman. The Court also ordered Borrego-Hernandez to pay $89…

Prosecutor wants BAE plotter sent to prison | Courts

The man who allegedly masterminded a scheme that defrauded a Fort Wayne defense contractor of more than $700,000 could be ordered to spend more than four years in federal prison, according to court documents.About 20 former BAE Systems employees paid Robin C. Opper $1,000 each for his help to steal from the company through a tuition reimbursement program…

Shifting Saudi account of writer’s death confirms key parts — World — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

Emrah Gurel | APEmrah Gurel | APTurkish police crime scene investigators, looking for possible clues into the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, work in an underground car park, where authorities Monday found a vehicle belonging to the Saudi consulate, in Istanbul, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018. Saudi officials murdered Khashoggi in their Istanbul consulate after plotting his death for days…

It's time for Microsoft to bring Windows 10 Mobile back from the dead

Nostalgia is a powerful thing. It has been the primary driving force behind all the major film and television releases in the last 10 years, such as with the Marvel and Star Warsfilm franchises. ZDNet's parent company, CBS, is no exception. It's been making quite a go of it -- taking advantage of that nostalgia trend by…

DEUTZ AG: Saarbrücken Regional Court orders Neue Halberg Guss GmbH to resume supply to DEUTZ AG imme

Resounding success for DEUTZ in injunction proceedingsDr Frank Hiller, Chairman of the Board of Management: "The madness has come to an end."Planning certainty for employees and customers of DEUTZ AGCOLOGNE / ACCESSWIRE / October 24, 2018 / At the request of DEUTZ AG (XETRA: DEZ), the Saarbrücken Regional Court today ruled…

Pictures from Brittania Road School in Ipswich from their Maritime Day in 1982 | Latest Suffolk and

NostalgiaPUBLISHED: 07:15 22 October 2018Ross HallsCan you spot yourself or someone you know in this picture? Picture: ARCHANTArchantShareThe event was held at Britannia Road Primary School back in 1982 and certainly proved popular with the youngsters, and teachers, who dressed up as seafaring characters everyone from…

The US Navy will have to pony up and race the clock to avoid a sealift capacity collapse

The U.S. surge sealift fleet, the ships needed to help transport up to 90 percent of the Army and Marine Corps gear by sea if the U.S. had to fight a war against a great power, will be facing a full-blown modernization crisis by the end of the 2020s if the Navy cant arrest its decline, according to a Navy report send to Congress earlier this year.

The billionaires fuelling a space race

Image copyrightGetty ImagesDubbed "NewSpace", an increasing number of entrepreneurs are joining in the race to create cheap, commercialised space travel.Among these are billionaires Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Sir Richard Branson, who all made their fortunes in other industries. Between them, they're posing a major challenge to established space industry giants.Fuelled by intense rivalries…

Why Netanyahu opted against a new Gaza invasion

Israelis within missile range of the Gaza Strip went to bed with trepidation Wednesday night, unsure whether a full-scale war in Gaza was imminent. Israels Security Cabinet had convened for a midnight emergency session Wednesday, following Tuesdays attack on Beersheba, Israels largest southern city.By Thursday, though, it was business as usual.

Coast Guard Cutter Legare returns to Portsmouth after 12-week patrol

Members of the Coast Guard Cutter Legare use a deployable small boat to assist the crew of a 438-foot liquid asphalt tanker while on patrol in the North Atlantic , Oct. 5, 2018. The crew of the tanker suffered a catastrophic engine failure 50-miles off Nantucket. U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of the Coast Guard Cutter Legare.PORTSMOUTH, Va.

More than 1,000 protest outside of SF Marriott hotels as strike stretches into second week - by l_wa

More than 1,000 hotel workers and their supporters mobilized in downtown San Francisco early Saturday morning to demand increased job security and higher wages in ongoing contract negotiations with the Marriott Hotel corporation, the worlds largest hotel chain. Since Oct. 4, over 2,500 employees at San Franciscos seven Marriott locations joined a national strike that now includes eight cities.

How Iran is using 'ghost ships' to flout Donald Trump's oil sanctions

It sounds like something out of a pirate story, but the normally staid world of international trade has been beset by a flotilla of ghost ships in recent weeks, and they're weighed down by several million barrels of trouble for U.S. foreign policy.Iran is one of the world's biggest oil suppliers, and according to official records…

Man tried to throw partner off a cruise ship

A 46-YEAR-OLD Queensland man has been denied bail after he allegedly tried to throw his partner off the side of a cruise ship and into the Tasman Sea last week. The couple's relaxing, five-night cruise to Tasmania nearly ended in tragedy but David James Fysh has insisted he did not try to kill his partner, pleading not guilty to her attempted murder in court on Friday.

Arizona Wildcats storylines: On defensive struggles, the legacy linebacker and a Bright spot | Nati

Arizona defense looks to regain its swarm form against UCLAJalen Harris used words like embarrassing and shocking to describe the Arizona Wildcats defensive performance last week. The redshirt freshman wasnt alone in feeling that way.The questions now are two-fold: What happened at Utah? And how can Arizona make sure it doesnt happen again against UCLA?Coming off its best game of the season…

Guns, marijuana found, 2 charged at Rock Hill SC high school

An 18-year-old student at a Rock Hill school that had extra police on campus Friday because of rumored violence was arrested after officers found two guns and about a half pound marijuana in a car, police said.The incident happened around noon Friday at South Pointe High School, police said.One of the guns was loaded and one was not, police said.

Active shooter near amphibious warship in Virginia never found

Reports of gunshots echoing from a berthing barge alongside the amphibious warship Carter Hall sparked a Thursday manhunt in Portsmouth but authorities never found a gunman and the search was called off after four hours. The scare forced General Dynamics NASSCO workers on the repair pier to go into lock down mode to escape possible danger.

What A Space Force Could Mean For Greater Boston

Massachusetts companies played a big role in the '60s space race to land a person on the moon. President Trump now wants to chart a new extraterrestrial course by creating a branch of the military solely focused on space and that could be a boon for local companies.Trump floated the idea of creating a Space Force back in April…

Wärtsiläs Marco Ryan on digitalisation, collaboration and pragmatic solutions

When it comes to talking about Wärtsilä’s digitalisation strategy Chief Digital Officer Marco Ryan stresses, stewardship and collaboration with customers and stakeholders, to find workable solutions, with a real business case, that will help shipping be more efficient and sustainable.Sitting down with Ryan, also an Executive Vice President of the Finnish technology company…

Active shooter investigation in Virginia turns up nothing -officials

Oct 18 (Reuters) - Authorities in Portsmouth, Virginia, on Thursday investigated a report of an active shooter, but nothing was found, the U.S. Navy and local police said.Dispatchers received an emergency 911 call at 11:46 a.m. ET and authorities received a radio report of an active shooter incident aboard a barge, which is next to the Navy warship Carter Hall…

Navy: No evidence of shooting on barge in Virginia shipyard

Navy investigators in Virginia found no evidence of a shooting on a barge next to one of its ships after reports of an active shooter, Navy officials said Thursday.Officials received a report about 11:45 a.m. of an active shooter aboard a barge next to the USS Carter Hall, which is undergoing maintenance in a shipyard near the Atlantic Coast…