Pagourtzis bought 100 rounds of shotgun and hangun ammo from a website which, rather than checking his I.D. proof, simply had him tick a box saying he was older than 21.
Ryan Farrick is a freelance writer and small business advertising consultant based out of mid-Michigan. Passionate about international politics and world affairs, he’s an avid traveler with a keen interest in the connections between South Asia and the United States. Ryan studied neuroscience and has spent the last several years working as an operations manager in transportation logistics.
E.U. leaders say they weren’t given advance notice of the president’s travel ban.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is planning to halt GI Bill benefits to five schools, including the University of Phoenix and Temple University. According to The Washington Post, the decision follows an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission and a panel of state attorneys general. Collectively, they’ve determined that the affected colleges use deceptive recruiting
Both women spent years working for the Department of Corrections. In that time, they were passed over for promotions, insulted, and disciplined for trivial infractions.
As other countries have enacted quarantines and set up thermal imaging stations in airports, the United States has struggled to simply distribute test kits.
Human Rights Activist Forced Out of Congo After Child Labor Suit Hits Google, Apple and Other Tech CompaniesMarch 11, 2020
Auguste Mutombo, a Congolese activist, says he’s received death threats–delivered in person–after exposing child labor abuses in the mining sector.
The sheriffs say they’ve been forced into a conundrum: by upholding the Illinois Trust Act, they may be violating federal law.
The late Dr. Robert E. Anderson served the University of Michigan for nearly forty years. Less than a decade into his tenure, he was already suspected of sexual predation.
The Trump campaign is trying to use the president’s notoriously unreliable, often contradictory statements in his defense.
The teenage girl was abused for a period of nearly two weeks–in a small, three-row bus with the driver present.