More injuries have been reported as a result of what may have been the largest meteor hit in a century. It’s explosive shock wave blew out glass in approximately 3,000 buildings near Chelyabinsk, Russia.
We review a documentary film that reviews evidence that the powerful desire to directly control the minds of their citizenry. Their desires lead to injustice but also yield insights into how activism can address injustice.
Global health care giant GlaxoSmithKline LLC (GSK) agreed to plead guilty and to pay $3 billion to resolve its criminal and civil liability arising from the company’s unlawful promotion of certain prescription drugs, its failure to report certain safety data, and its civil liability for alleged false price reporting practices, the Justice Department announced today. The resolution is the largest health care fraud settlement in U.S. history and the largest payment ever by a drug company.
US Department Justice recovered a record $5 billion in fraud this year. However, two new reports that suggest fraud and waste in the Medicare system may be as high as $750 billion. Also, whistleblowers say we’re being spied on.
As a follow-up to the Impartial Review News’ earlier editorial and as a response to Michael Moore’s statements that the U.S. has a culture of violence which is responsible for over 80% of all gun deaths in the 23 richest countries in the world, Impartial Review News will examine what science suggests would curb America’s appetite for violence.
While Citizen’s United gave corporations the ability to influence elections, corporate law allows corporations to pay fines for criminal convictions and company officials suffer no personal responsibility.
Federal agencies across the board seem to believe that corporations are to big to take to court. In addition, regulatory agencies tend to focus on cost instead of quality and use archaic regulatory procedures.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, in conjunction with international partners closed down, seized assets and brought charges against 4,100 Internet pharmacies that were illegally selling potentially dangerous or unapproved drugs to consumers.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission(CPSC) has announced a number of new recalls for July and early August that include risks of fire and death. They also assessed 1.5 million dollar penalty to Burlington.
Yesterday, the White House’s Champions for Change were Luis Aguirre-Torres who is is CEO of "GreenMomentum and Cleantech Challenge México and A. Patricia Janiot President of Fundación Colombianitos. Their remarks were posted on the White House Blog.
Clinton “I even wrote to NASA, our space administration, when I was about 13 and asked what I needed to do to become an astronaut myself. I unfortunately received an answer that said they weren’t taking women. Fortunately, that’s changed.”
This article includes a timeline of the S&P Ratings’ legal problems and explains how these problems relate to the financial crisis. Transcripts of speeches by Justice Department officials are also presented.