Anonymous employees allege Infosys is dressing up its books

An anonymous group of Infoscions calling themselves ‘ethical employees’ has alleged that the firm has been dressing up its books to show better profit numbers. In a letter to Infosys board and US Securities Exchange Commission, they targetted CEO Salil Parekh with forcing the finance team to take a number of steps that go against … Read moreAnonymous employees allege Infosys is dressing up its books

Department of Justice Announces Forfeiture of North Korean Cargo Vessel

The Department of Justice today announced the entry of a judgment of forfeiture regarding the M/V Wise Honest (the “Wise Honest”), a 17,061-ton, single-hull bulk carrier ship registered in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (“DPRK” or “North Korea”). The Wise Honest, one of North Korea’s largest bulk carriers, was used to illicitly ship coal … Read moreDepartment of Justice Announces Forfeiture of North Korean Cargo Vessel

West Virginian Business Owners Plead Guilty to Failing to Pay Employment Taxes and Individual Income Taxes

Two West Virginian business owners pleaded guilty today to conspiring to defraud the United States regarding their employment taxes and individual income taxes, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and U.S. Attorney Michael B. Stuart for the Southern District of West Virginia. Please follow and like … Read moreWest Virginian Business Owners Plead Guilty to Failing to Pay Employment Taxes and Individual Income Taxes

Atlanta Woman Sentenced to Prison for Conspiring to File False Tax Returns

An Atlanta, Georgia, woman was sentenced today to 56 months in prison for her role in a scheme to file false federal tax returns, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and United States Attorney Byung J. Pak for the Northern District of Georgia. Please follow and … Read moreAtlanta Woman Sentenced to Prison for Conspiring to File False Tax Returns

Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Katharine T. Sullivan of the Office of Justice Programs Delivers Remarks at Hillsborough High School to Announce Department of Justice School Safety Grants to Florida

Thank you. It’s wonderful to be here in Tampa. I want to thank Superintendent Eakins, Principal Brady and one of your amazing students, Anthony Allen, for allowing me to join them today at this beautiful school. I would also like to thank Chief Dugan for being with us this afternoon, and for the exceptional job … Read morePrincipal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Katharine T. Sullivan of the Office of Justice Programs Delivers Remarks at Hillsborough High School to Announce Department of Justice School Safety Grants to Florida

California Resident Sentenced to Prison for Selling Fraudulent Financial Instruments and Tax Fraud

Kenneth Taylor, a California resident, was sentenced to 36 months in prison and ordered to pay $90,000 in victim restitution for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and $1,100,774 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service for tax fraud, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division, United States … Read moreCalifornia Resident Sentenced to Prison for Selling Fraudulent Financial Instruments and Tax Fraud

Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Katharine T. Sullivan of the Office of Justice Programs Provides Remarks at the Tampa Police Department to Announce Department of Justice Youth Violence Prevention Grants to Florida

Thank you. It’s wonderful to be here in Tampa. I want to thank Mayor Castor, Chief Dugan and Pam Iorio for allowing me to join them today in their beautiful city. I would also like to recognize Joel McKee, one of this city’s outstanding law enforcement officers and an incredible member of the Bigs in … Read morePrincipal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Katharine T. Sullivan of the Office of Justice Programs Provides Remarks at the Tampa Police Department to Announce Department of Justice Youth Violence Prevention Grants to Florida

Department of Justice to Publish Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Comply Fully with DNA Fingerprint Act of 2005

The Department of Justice today issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) that would restore to the Attorney General the authority vested in him by the bipartisan DNA Fingerprint Act of 2005 to authorize and direct the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to collect DNA samples from the non-United States persons it detains. Once implemented, … Read moreDepartment of Justice to Publish Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Comply Fully with DNA Fingerprint Act of 2005

Im-Politic: On Sports, Politics, and Boundaries

One my my funnest (indulge me) memories of college was driving round trip between central New Jersey and New York City’s Madison Square Garden four times one week in the spring of 1975 to see the Princeton men’s basketball team play in – and win! – the National Invitational Tournament (which was a reasonably big … Read moreIm-Politic: On Sports, Politics, and Boundaries

Homeschoolers Are Educated, Not Indoctrinated, by Ron Paul

Schoolchildren across the country recently skipped school or walked out of class to rally for new restrictions on our economic and personal liberties in the name of fighting “climate change.” Instead of punishing students for playing hooky to promote a political cause, many teachers and administrators allowed, or even encouraged, students to skip school to… … Read moreHomeschoolers Are Educated, Not Indoctrinated, by Ron Paul

Tulsi Gabbard Is Right, and Nancy Pelosi Wrong. It Was US Democrats Who Helped Cultivate the Barbarism of Isis, by Jonathan Cook

There is something profoundly deceitful in the way the Democratic Party and the corporate media are framing Donald Trump’s decision to pull troops out of Syria. One does not need to defend Trump’s actions or ignore the dangers posed to the Kurds, at least in the short term, by the departure of US forces from… … Read moreTulsi Gabbard Is Right, and Nancy Pelosi Wrong. It Was US Democrats Who Helped Cultivate the Barbarism of Isis, by Jonathan Cook

The American Economy RIP, by Paul Craig Roberts

Thirty-eight years ago when I was in charge of United States domestic economic policy, the US Treasury and President Reagan believed that the purpose of economic policy was to serve the country, not Wall Street and the banks or the corporations or any of the various organized interest groups. Our idea was that policy could… … Read moreThe American Economy RIP, by Paul Craig Roberts

The Last Moments of Indonesia as We Know It, by Andre Vltchek

Student protests, West Papua independence struggle, monstrous forest fires, an assassination attempt against Coordinating Minister, sinking capital city, earthquakes and a collapsing economy – the increasingly religiously fundamentalist Indonesia is suddenly facing too many disasters. It cannot cope with any of them. Nothing seems to be going well for Indonesia, these days. People in West… … Read moreThe Last Moments of Indonesia as We Know It, by Andre Vltchek

Don’t Forget the Tamil Genocide

The annihilation of an ethnic or national group is inevitably accompanied by rape, sexual humiliation, disappearances, mass murder, and torture. Victims’ suffering is acute, and survivors’ trauma lasts generations. Few crimes are more shocking or abhorrent. But if we are to eradicate these injustices and help survivors rebuild their lives and their societies, genocide needs … Read moreDon’t Forget the Tamil Genocide

What It’s Like Inside China’s Gulags

Here’s a very grim look inside Chinese concentration camps for Uighers and other ethnic minorities: Twenty prisoners live in one small room. They are handcuffed, their heads shaved, every move is monitored by ceiling cameras. A bucket in the corner of the room is their toilet. The daily routine begins at 6 A.M. They are … Read moreWhat It’s Like Inside China’s Gulags

How To Start An Electric Scooter Rental Business Like Bird & Lime

E-scooters seemed to pop up out of nowhere and have been spreading around the US like wildfire – but what does it take to build a scooter company? Today we have a guest post from Asher Meyers on what it takes to start an electric scooter rental business that’s profitable and successful! This article is sponsored … Read moreHow To Start An Electric Scooter Rental Business Like Bird & Lime

Help! I Hit a Pedestrian. Here’s How We Both Got Through It

If you’ve been driving for any length of time, there’s a fairly good chance you’ve been involved in some type of minor accident. However, what happens if you hit a pedestrian while driving for Uber or Lyft? Senior RSG contributor Paula Gibbins details when this unthinkable accident occurs, and what you can do to handle … Read moreHelp! I Hit a Pedestrian. Here’s How We Both Got Through It