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They entered the pleas Friday after a federal grand jury indicted both of them in a public corruption case. Authorities claim the couple used their positions to bilk clients and relatives out of hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund their lavish and overextended lifestyle and then used their power to target anyone who threatened them. Kealoha and his wife, a city prosecutor, have pleaded not guilty to federal corruption charges. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones) Magistrate Judge Richard Puglisi on Friday released Louis and Katherine Keahola on $100,000 bond each. Former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha, right, and his wife, Katherine Keahola leave federal court in Honolulu, Friday, Oct.
DuPont was accused of polluting a West Virginia town with Perfluorooctanoic acid, or PFOA, a chemical that the company`s internal tests had long ago concluded were toxic. Corporate officials discussed hiring Dourson as part of a strategy to defend themselves.
One institution in Northeast Florida experienced some minor flooding, but the area was not occupied by any inmates or staff at the time, according to the Florida Department of Corrections. In Florida, where the emergency plan is based on a directive from the state legislature
, more than 12,000 prisoners were moved out of Hurricane Irma`s destructive path in one of the largest evacuations
in the state`s history.
Latino USA spoke to a man waiting outside the prison in Guayama, an area located on the hard-hit southern coast of the island. Once prison visits were reinstated a few weeks after the hurricane, reports of more dire conditions emerged. He was there to see his son who told him that during the hurricane everyone was moved from the first floor to the second due to flooding, and they were forced to bunk five or six to a cell.
Sheldon Krimsky, a Tufts University professor who studies ethics in science and medicine, said appointing Dourson to oversee EPA`s chemical safety programs is part of a broader effort to undermine federal regulations protecting public health.
** Sprint Corp hired a lobbying firm with close ties to U. 1, adding to Sprint`s stable of federal lobbyists as it nears a deal to merge with wireless rival T-Mobile US Inc, according to disclosures filed with the U. President Donald Trump`s administration on Sept.
** Power grids maker ABB is buying General Electric`s Industrial Solutions business for $2. 6 billion in a bet it can improve the division`s lacklustre margins over the next five years, the Swiss engineering company said on Monday.
Past corporate clients of Dourson and of a research group he ran include Dow Chemical Co. His research has also been underwritten by industry trade and lobbying groups representing the makers of plastics, pesticides, processed foods and cigarettes. , Koch Industries Inc.
After the storm, Florida sent prisoners to clear debris
on roads to aid in the state`s recovery. The same is being done in Puerto Rico, where as many as 140 prisoners
have volunteered to be part of the cleanup effort.
DuPont was accused of polluting a West Virginia town with Perfluorooctanoic acid, or PFOA, a chemical that the company`s internal tests had long ago concluded were toxic. Corporate officials discussed hiring Dourson as part of a strategy to defend themselves.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice, on the other hand, determines emergency procedures for its hundred-odd facilities on its own without standards set by state or local governments, and evacuated about 6,000 people due to Hurricane Harvey.
In three papers, Dourson and his colleagues pointed to what they said were flaws in peer-reviewed studies that linked delays in fetal development with even low levels of exposure to the pesticide, commonly sprayed on citrus fruits and apples. Dourson and his organization previously worked under contract for Dow AgroSciences, the Dow subsidiary that makes chlorpyrifos.
Dourson`s nomination as head of EPA`s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention was to be considered by a Senate committee Wednesday, but was postponed when the Senate adjourned early for the week. If confirmed, ethics experts said, Dourson`s past writings and the money paid to him and a nonprofit he founded could represent potential conflicts of interest.
Dourson`s views toward industry are consistent with others Trump has selected as top federal regulators. Among them is EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, who in March overruled the findings of his agency`s own scientists to reverse an effort to ban chlorpyrifos, one of the nation`s most widely used pesticides.
** Top Czech government officials have asked electricity producer CEZ to look closely into the possibility of spinning off distribution and renewable assets with the government taking full control of nuclear and coal plants, sources close to the process said.
** Payments firm Nets welcomed a 33. firm Hellman & Friedman, marking what could be one of the largest European private equity takeovers in recent years. 3 billion) bid from U. 1 billion Danish crown ($5.His role as a scientist is simply the role of an industry-hired lawyer - only to give the best case for their client. "He has chosen to be the voice of the chemical industry. "It is not even subtle," said Krimsky, who reviewed Dourson`s recent published work.
attorney`s office and the FBI. Silvert said he and his investigators uncovered illegal activity, including that police falsified reports and used a special unit to monitor his client illegally. Silvert took the allegations to the U.
ON has good reason to try and sell its remaining stake in Uniper, the mainly fossil-fuels based power stations and trading business it spun off last year, to Finland`s Fortum, its chief financial officer Marc Spieker said in an interview with Boersenzeitung (BoeZ).
In 2016, I upgraded to the iPhone 7 Plus
through the program, and in November, I plan to get trade it in once the iPhone X begins shipping. In 2015, I bought the iPhone 6S Plus this way after trading in an iPhone 5 I had held onto — or, more accurately, dropped a bunch of times — for over two years.
** British firm Imagination Technologies Group PLC said on Friday CBFI Investment Limited will buy the company for a price of 182 pence per share, valuing it at about 550 million pounds ($742.
In an interview with Puerto Rico`s largest daily newspaper, El Nuevo Dia
, Department of Corrections Secretary Erik Rolón Suárez said that the loss of power could have contributed to the escapes. After the hurricane there were several prison escapes. Thirteen prisoners were on the run from the Bayamón complex near San Juan, which can house over 3,500 prisoners and is the second biggest prison facility on the island. In other respects, the system seemed less prepared.
The EPA now says that only 70 parts per trillion of PFOA are acceptable - or only 0. 05 percent of what Dourson`s team said was safe. That was also well above the 1 part per billion Dupont`s own scientists had concluded could be considered safe years before.
Every day," said a woman waiting to see her son. "He told me it was bread, bread, and more bread. Two other parents standing outside the Guayama prison also claimed that their sons were being given cold meals.
The net worth of 65 to 74 year olds, Bissett`s age group, has declined over the last three years on median basis, counter to trends in other age groups, according to a Federal Reserve survey published in September.
Dourson`s nomination as head of EPA`s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention was to be considered by a Senate committee Wednesday, but was postponed when the Senate adjourned early for the week. If confirmed, ethics experts said, Dourson`s past writings and the money paid to him and a nonprofit he founded could represent potential conflicts of interest.
Kelly, who has lived in his home in Baraboo, Wisconsin for 25 years, said headlines about foreclosures and warnings by family members about the risks "freaked me out completely. For more than two years, Nick Kelly, 75, has debated whether or not to seek a reverse mortgage.
Puerto Rico, which carried out roughly 1,000 relocations during the storm, bases its plan on guidelines from the Department of Homeland Security with help from the island`s emergency preparedness and disaster management agency
. (The federal Bureau of Prisons moved roughly 1,300 of the inmates in its one prison there to facilities off the island. In the three recently hit areas in particular, emergency planning is designed and overseen in different ways.
They entered the pleas Friday after a federal grand jury indicted both of them in a public corruption case. Former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha, center, and his wife, Katherine Keahola, left, leave federal court in Honolulu, Friday, Oct. Authorities claim the couple used their positions to bilk clients and relatives out of hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund their lavish and overextended lifestyle and then used their power to target anyone who threatened them. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones) Magistrate Judge Richard Puglisi on Friday released Louis and Katherine Keahola on $100,000 bond each. Kealoha and his wife, a city prosecutor, have pleaded not guilty to federal corruption charges.
** A Lufthansa bid price of 200 million euros ($239 million) to buy assets from insolvent Air Berlin plus 100 million euros to meet operating costs is roughly correct, a source familiar with the talks said on Sunday.
But a change in rules on Monday by President Donald Trump`s administration will shrink the amount they are set to get by more than $20,000. Without that money, they said, they will not be able to keep up with property taxes that they are already struggling to pay, afford increasingly frequent trips to the hospital and deal with unexpected expenses.
A federal grand jury has been looking into allegations of civil rights abuses and corruption within the police force since 2015 and returned the charges of conspiracy, obstruction, bank fraud and other crimes.My reasons for converting to Apple`s upgrade program are primarily financial. It`s not because I`m a tech enthusiast who has to have the latest and greatest gadget — although I admit it`s nice to get a new iPhone every year, and switching is seamless thanks to Google Photos
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** Ghana`s National Communications Authority (NCA) regulator granted conditional approval for a merger between the local operations of Millicom`s Tigo and Bharti Airtel, a notice to employees of the subsidiaries said.
District Court in Honolulu on Friday, Oct. Former Honolulu police chief Louis Kealoha, right, shows off his flower lei outside U. (AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy) Louise Kealoha, his wife city deputy prosecutor Katherine Kealoha, and current and former police officers conspired to frame the couple`s relative for stealing a mailbox to discredit him in a family financial dispute, according to a federal indictment released Friday.
They entered the pleas Friday after a federal grand jury indicted both of them in a public corruption case. Magistrate Judge Richard Puglisi on Friday released Louis and Katherine Keahola on $100,000 bond each. Kealoha and his wife, a city prosecutor, have pleaded not guilty to federal corruption charges. Authorities claim the couple used their positions to bilk clients and relatives out of hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund their lavish and overextended lifestyle and then used their power to target anyone who threatened them. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones) Former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha, right, and his wife, Katherine Keahola leave federal court in Honolulu, Friday, Oct.
In a 2005 paper on the topic, Dourson and his co-authors thanked Dow for its support over a number of years to study chlorpyrifos` toxicology and assess its risk and said that money in no way influenced their findings favoring the company`s position.
Magistrate Judge Richard Puglisi on Friday released Louis and Katherine Keahola on $100,000 bond each. Authorities claim the couple used their positions to bilk clients and relatives out of hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund their lavish and overextended lifestyle and then used their power to target anyone who threatened them. Kealoha and his wife, a city prosecutor, have pleaded not guilty to federal corruption charges. They entered the pleas Friday after a federal grand jury indicted both of them in a public corruption case. Former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha leaves federal court in Honolulu, Friday, Oct. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)
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In fact, all three hurricanes hit regions that have built prisons in or near potential flood zones — dozens each in Florida and Southern Texas. While officials dismiss accounts from inmates that cells flooded as a result of the storms, a comparison of prison locations with data from the Dartmouth Flood Observatory
shows that the areas surrounding several facilities did in fact flood.
** Potash Corporation Of Saskatchewan Inc has hired Goldman Sachs and BofA Merrill Lynch to explore selling its 32 percent stake in Chile`s Sociedad Quimica Y Minera (SQM) , Chilean paper La Tercera reported on Saturday.
One DuPont executive praised Dourson`s "ability to assemble a `package` and then sell this to the EPA, or whomever we desired," according to an email cited in a 2013 legal claim by people who blamed exposure to the chemical for cancer, birth defects and other health problems.
One DuPont executive praised Dourson`s "ability to assemble a `package` and then sell this to the EPA, or whomever we desired," according to an email cited in a 2013 legal claim by people who blamed exposure to the chemical for cancer, birth defects and other health problems.
He is facing sentencing, and his cooperation appeared instrumental in building cases against Officer Minh Hung "Bobby" Nguyen, Lt. Retired Officer Niall Silva, who had testified at Puana`s trial, pleaded guilty last year to falsifying documents and altering evidence in the mailbox case. Derek Hahn and retired Maj.
Since emerging in 1990, more than a million seniors have taken out reverse mortgages, according to the U. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), making them a popular but risky lifeline for asset-rich, cash-poor elderly Americans.
According to the nonprofit`s most recent publicly available IRS filing, Dourson was paid $131,000 for his work there in 2015. He separately earns $103,000 a year from the University of Cincinnati, where he holds a research position.
Dourson`s pro-industry leanings were also evident in a now defunct website called "Kids + Chemical Safety," which his group ran. The site, which described itself as a source of information about the safe use of chemicals around children, mirrored talking points by chemical companies and trade groups that financed Dourson`s work.One post assured parents that exposure to fire retardant chemicals in children`s pajamas was too low to be a health risk. One 2016 article defended glycophospate, the active ingredient in Monsanto`s RoundUp weedkiller, saying it was too early to start pointing fingers. That group is a subsidiary of the American Chemistry Council, an industry trade group that has paid Dourson to conduct scientific reviews. Dourson was paid $10,000 by the North American Flame Retardant Alliance, according to a financial disclosure form he filed with the Office Government Ethics.
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The following year, he founded Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment, a private toxicity evaluation nonprofit organization that tests chemicals and produces reports on which chemicals are hazardous in what quantities. A toxicologist, Dourson worked at the EPA for more than a decade, leaving in 1994 as the manager at a lab that assessed the health risks of exposure to chemicals.
"The National Oil Corporation is keen to preserve production but at the same time it`s a part of the problem," said Ghaith Salem al-Rooq, a negotiator from Zintan who took part in talks to reopen blockaded pipelines near the western town.
Let`s say you buy a new iPhone 7 Plus for $769 and add AppleCare Plus for $129, for a total of $898, not including tax. If you keep it for 22 months before upgrading — the current average
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and the additional volumes that will come out of that repair work are going to be more limited," he said. "Now the problem in the east and other parts of the oil infrastructure is that you need more serious work to repair some of the facilities, so it`s more expensive, it`s technically more challenging .
Most iPhone users — 92% — have no plans to ditch Apple`s decade-old device for a different brand. But only 12% buy their iPhone directly from Apple, according to data from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners. Three out of four people still head to their wireless carrier to buy a new iPhone, even though the days of subsidies and incentives in exchange for wireless contracts are behind us. Unless your carrier offers a rebate or discount, you`re not paying less to buy your iPhone through it.
I didn`t get very far before I tripped, sending my iPhone flying.
Last year, I made the mistake of typing an email on my iPhone while walking on an elevated subway platform after a rainstorm (a terrible idea no matter the weather, I know). There was a collective gasp as it slid along the platform and tipped over the edge, dropping to its death 30 feet below. AppleCare Plus is the best tech support for your iPhone, hands down.
She also used money from a reverse mortgage of her grandmother`s house to pay for Elton John concert tickets, Maserati car payments and more than $26,000 for her husband`s police chief induction brunch at a Waikiki resort, the indictment said.
** Spanish building and infrastructure company ACS said on Friday it was still looking into a potential bid for toll road operator Abertis though it had yet to make a decision on the issue and submit it to its board.
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On the side, Dourson has also written three books seeking to reconcile his work as a scientist and a devoted Christian. His "Evidence of Faith" series seeks to align scientific knowledge with biblical accounts, such as how the Big Bang Theory could mesh with the Book of Genesis, whether the Shroud of Turin is real and whether evidence of the Nativity story can be found in the stars.
Katherine Kealoha, while a private attorney in 2004, was appointed a trustee and guardian for two children and then spent money in their trust accounts for personal expenses, including mortgage payments and private school tuition for her daughter, according to the indictment.
An attorney for Sellers didn`t immediately return a phone call seeking comment. The co-defendants in the Kealoha indictment are Hahn, Nguyen, Shiraishi and Officer Daniel Sellers, who was arrested Friday.
"When the president supported these economic measures (against Gaza) he said they will stop immediately once the self-rule governance of Hamas ends and the consensus government takes place. He didn`t put any other conditions whatsoever.Sheldon Krimsky, a Tufts University professor who studies ethics in science and medicine, said appointing Dourson to oversee EPA`s chemical safety programs is part of a broader effort to undermine federal regulations protecting public health.
In less than a month, three different prison systems were struck when devastating hurricanes made landfall in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico this summer. Although officials from corrections departments in all three areas say things went smoothly, accounts from inmates and their families suggest otherwise, with reports of flooding, at least one mass escape, food and water shortages, unhygienic conditions, and a lack of reliable communication.
Still, in an interview Quilinchini commended the island territory`s Department of Corrections for being "very efficient in bringing those generators back. So as with any machine, it`s bound to fail," said Manuel Quilinchini, CEO of Correctional Health Services, the medical provider for Puerto Rican prisons.
A new group called "Enough Silence", made up of young people from six districts in southern Libya, has said it will peacefully blockade supply roads to Sharara to lobby for oil revenues to be spent on the neglected south.
Magistrate Judge Richard Puglisi on Friday released Louis and Katherine Keahola on $100,000 bond each. Former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha, right, and his wife Katherine Keahola leave federal court in Honolulu, Friday, Oct. Kealoha and his wife, a city prosecutor, have pleaded not guilty to federal corruption charges. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones) They entered the pleas Friday after a federal grand jury indicted both of them in a public corruption case.
and Canadian governments. In some instances, companies pay the group to evaluate a chemical and it organizes a scientific panel to validate the findings. In addition to its corporate clients, Douson`s organization gets money from the U.
"It is not even subtle," said Krimsky, who reviewed Dourson`s recent published work. "He has chosen to be the voice of the chemical industry. His role as a scientist is simply the role of an industry-hired lawyer - only to give the best case for their client.
On Wednesday, a group of Gaddafi loyalists posted a video of four men standing over a pipeline at an unnamed desert location, threatening to cut supplies of oil and gas to terminals in the Zawiya refinery and Mellitah complex on Libya`s northern coast within 72 hours if one of their leaders was not released from jail in Tripoli.
Hamas said Sunday it had agreed to demands by Abbas`s Fatah party to dissolve what is seen as a rival administration in Gaza, while saying it was ready for elections and negotiations towards forming a unity government.
Ahmed Aboul Gheit "welcomes the important positive developments" regarding "ending the division" between the Palestinian factions, the Cairo-based organisation`s spokesman Mahmoud Afifi said in a statement.
In addition to its corporate clients, Douson`s organization gets money from the U. and Canadian governments. In some instances, companies pay the group to evaluate a chemical and it organizes a scientific panel to validate the findings.
 Many financial firms have woken up to the threat posed by fintechs and are implementing innovation strategies to stave off disruption. Incumbents are enacting strategies to ensure they remain relevant. The majority of these strategies involve some interaction with fintech firms.
Abbas`s Palestinian Authority (PA) located in the Israeli-occupied West Bank has international recognition, but it lost control of the Gaza Strip when the Islamist movement Hamas seized the territory in a near civil war in 2007.
He has resigned or promised to resign from these posts if confirmed for the EPA job. Dourson has also served without pay for two groups, the Toxicology Forum and the Toxicology Education Foundation, whose primary funders include the American Chemistry Council, oil companies and the makers of food additives.
Shiraishi, who retired in March, lied to a grand jury about the mailbox case, the documents said. Nguyen and Hahn allegedly conspired with others to alter evidence and provide false information to federal officials, according to court documents.
"I think the fundamental dynamic, which is if you want your voice to be heard politically stage one is to have an armed group and stage two is to control critical infrastructure, doesn`t appear to be going away," said Richard Mallinson, an analyst for Energy Aspects consultancy.
(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) Russia`s Washington chancery annex is seen, Thursday, Aug. In an escalating tit-for-tat, the United States forced Russia on Thursday to shutter its consulate in San Francisco and scale back its diplomatic presence in Washington and New York, as relations between the two former Cold War foes continued to unravel. 31, 2017 in Washington.
Dourson has also served without pay for two groups, the Toxicology Forum and the Toxicology Education Foundation, whose primary funders include the American Chemistry Council, oil companies and the makers of food additives. He has resigned or promised to resign from these posts if confirmed for the EPA job.-Israeli customer identity software company Gigya to strengthen its position in the booming market for online customer relationship marketing, the company said on Sunday. ** SAP, Europe`s biggest technology company, has agreed to buy U.
The couple said they`re spending about $300 per day to rent a motel and eat out, and they want to return home because the fire doesn`t appear to be a threat to their apartment complex. Their building was unharmed at the edge of the evacuation zone with a police barricade set up across the street.
The State Department says move is in response to the Kremlin forcing a cut in U. The United States is retaliating against Russia by forcing closure of its consulate in San Francisco and scaling back its diplomatic presence in Washington and New York. 10, 2017 photo shows the Consulate-General of Russia in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) diplomatic staff in Moscow.
While that may seem financially wise, it`s not exactly something to be smug about, if you do the math. Waiting to upgrade doesn`t save that much, and it puts you at risk of damaging or losing your phone. Many people hold onto their iPhones for 30 months before upgrading, according to Jim Suva, a senior analyst at Citigroup.
25 million bpd by the end of the year "very difficult" to achieve. NOC Chairman Mustafa Sanalla said last week that the corporation had only received a quarter of its 2017 budget, making a previously announced target of 1.
"We have received multiple reports and satellite imagery of security forces and local militia burning Rohingya villages, and consistent accounts of extrajudicial killings, including shooting fleeing civilians," Zeid said.
According to the nonprofit`s most recent publicly available IRS filing, Dourson was paid $131,000 for his work there in 2015. He separately earns $103,000 a year from the University of Cincinnati, where he holds a research position.
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas and Hamas leader Ismail Haniya spoke Monday for the first time in nearly a year, adding impetus to a surprise reconciliation between their factions locked in bitter dispute for 10 years.
In December, former President Barack Obama kicked out dozens of Russian officials in the U. Russian President Vladimir Putin held off on any retaliation, and the next month, Trump took office, having campaigned on hopes of improving U. , shuttered Russian recreational compounds in New York and Maryland, and sanctioned Russian individuals and entities.
5, 2017, photo, President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with Congressional leaders and administration officials on tax reform, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. Since his first days in office, Trump has set out on a wholesale reversal of a long list of actions that President Barack Obama achieved through executive action _ a less enduring means than the hard-and-fast language of legislation. The latest Obama-era policy to fall is the program shielding from deportation hundreds of thousands of young people brought into the country illegally as children.
Kealoha and his wife, a deputy city prosecutor, have pleaded not guilty to federal corruption charges. They entered the pleas Friday after a federal grand jury indicted both of them in a public corruption case. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones) Authorities claim the couple used their positions to bilk clients and relatives out of hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund their lavish and overextended lifestyle and then used their power to target anyone who threatened them. Former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha hugs an unidentified woman after he appeared in federal court in Honolulu, Friday, Oct. Magistrate Judge Richard Puglisi on Friday released Louis and Katherine Keahola on $100,000 bond each.
Shutdowns have been caused mainly by armed groups making demands for their members, sometimes claiming to act on behalf of local communities seeking jobs and public services, but also by peaceful civic groups protesting economic hardships since the 2011 overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi.
For all of that, though, Trump has been "unusually aggressive in his use of unilateral powers," says Kenneth Mayer, a University of Wisconsin-Madison political scientist and expert on presidential powers and executive orders.
She points out that while the National Institute for Corrections has published guidelines outlining suggested procedures, many prison officials are not aware that they exist. Melissa Surette, who has studied prisons and emergency preparedness
as a researcher at Northeastern University, has documented a history of correctional facilities being hit hard by disasters.
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