Cognizant’s comeback plans to result in job cuts up to 7,000

IT major Cognizant on Wednesday announced plans to continue job cuts at the organisation as part of its “2020 Fit for Growth” plan to streamline costs and get back to being a bellwether of the industry. The IT company said it aims to reskill and redeploy around 5,000 of the associates impacted. Please follow and … Read moreCognizant’s comeback plans to result in job cuts up to 7,000

Louisiana Man Sentenced for Violating Civil Rights of Woman with Disabilities

Terry Knope, age 46, was sentenced to 336 months imprisonment today in the Eastern District of Louisiana for conspiring with other members of his family to obtain forced, unpaid household labor and services from D.P., an adult woman with cognitive disabilities, for assaulting D.P. and violating her federal Fair Housing Act rights because of her … Read moreLouisiana Man Sentenced for Violating Civil Rights of Woman with Disabilities

Kentucky Correctional Officers Plead Guilty to Beating Handcuffed Detainee and Attempting to Cover Up the Assault

David M. Schwartz, 48, and Donna K. Gentry, 55, former correctional officers at the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections (LMDC), pleaded guilty today to federal charges in connection with the assault of a detainee and a subsequent attempt to cover up that misconduct. A third officer, Devan Edwards, previously pleaded guilty to assaulting the detainee … Read moreKentucky Correctional Officers Plead Guilty to Beating Handcuffed Detainee and Attempting to Cover Up the Assault

Assistant Attorney General Beth A. Williams of the Office of Legal Policy Delivers Remarks at the American Bar Association’s National Aging and Law Conference

Good morning, everyone, and thank you, Hilary [Dalin], for that kind introduction. My team and I have had the pleasure of working with Hilary as part of an inter-agency effort to combat elder fraud and abuse. She and the team at the Administration for Community Living have been fantastic partners for us at the Department … Read moreAssistant Attorney General Beth A. Williams of the Office of Legal Policy Delivers Remarks at the American Bar Association’s National Aging and Law Conference

Human Smuggler Indicted On U.S. Charges and Arrested as Part of Brazilian Takedown of Significant Alien Smugglers

Earlier today, extensive coordination and cooperation efforts between United States and Brazilian law enforcement authorities culminated in the Brazil Federal Police (DPF) conducting a significant enforcement operation to disrupt and dismantle a transnational alien smuggling organization, including the arrest on Brazilian charges of an alleged alien smuggler who has also been indicted in the United … Read moreHuman Smuggler Indicted On U.S. Charges and Arrested as Part of Brazilian Takedown of Significant Alien Smugglers

Dwelling Approvals Fell Again In September

The number of dwellings approved fell 0.8 per cent in September 2019, in trend terms, and has fallen for 22 months, according to data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today. “The fall in trend dwelling approvals for September was the smallest monthly decline in six months,” said Daniel Rossi, Director of Construction … Read moreDwelling Approvals Fell Again In September

GOP Establishment Looks to Torpedo Cuccinelli as Possible DHS Chief

A handful of Republican establishment Senators are looking to torpedo the possibility of President Trump nominating Ken Cuccinelli to lead the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), a report claims. Republican Senators who spoke on the record to Politico, and some Republican staffers who spoke anonymously, seemed to warn Trump against nominating Cuccinelli to lead DHS … Read moreGOP Establishment Looks to Torpedo Cuccinelli as Possible DHS Chief

Will the “Skinny” Version of a Key Defense Policy Bill End Up Being a Surrender to China?

Congress may soon hand over the keys of a critical piece of our transportation infrastructure to China via the very legislation designed to strengthen America’s national defense. O.K., let me explain.  On Friday, I spent some time discussing the National Defense Authoritzation Act (NDAA), which is the pending legislation that Congress could use to ban China’s state-owned, … Read moreWill the “Skinny” Version of a Key Defense Policy Bill End Up Being a Surrender to China?

RBI special wing to improve banks’ supervision

The RBI is set to unveil a separate vertical for supervision & regulation on Friday as part of a revamp to focus on improving oversight for banks, non-banking finance companies & cooperative banks in the light of several frauds going undetected. The new vertical will, however, not focus on housing finance and rural cooperative banks, … Read moreRBI special wing to improve banks’ supervision

U.S. Department of Labor Hosts National Disability Employment Awareness Month Event on Mental Health Conditions in the Workplace

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia and Deputy Secretary of Labor Patrick Pizzella joined mental health advocates today at an event marking National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) at the U.S. Department of Labor’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. Hosted by the Department’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP), the event opened with remarks … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Hosts National Disability Employment Awareness Month Event on Mental Health Conditions in the Workplace

The Piece of Presstitute Excrement known as the NYTimes Has Had to Admit that Yes there Is a Deep State at War with President Trump

The Piece of Presstitute Excrement known as the NYTimes Has Had to Admit that Yes there Is a Deep State at War with President Trump The New York Times Hopes the Deep State Wins Paul Craig Roberts This is a surprisingly good report from Robert Merry. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/52461.htm The only mistake Merry makes is his erroneous … Read moreThe Piece of Presstitute Excrement known as the NYTimes Has Had to Admit that Yes there Is a Deep State at War with President Trump

Killing Julian Assange: Justice Denied When Exposing Official Wrongdoing, by Philip Giraldi

The hideous treatment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange continues and many observers are citing his case as being symptomatic of developing “police state” tendencies in both the United States and in Europe, where rule of law is being subordinated to political expediency. Julian Assange was the founder and editor-in-chief of the controversial news and information… … Read moreKilling Julian Assange: Justice Denied When Exposing Official Wrongdoing, by Philip Giraldi

A History of the 21st Century, by Paul Craig Roberts

In the 1990s with the Soviet Union collapsed as a result of the communist hardliners’ arrest of Soviet President Gorbachev and Yeltsin serving as Washington’s puppet while Americans and Israelis looted Russia, the neoconservatives called for Washington to overthrow Middle Eastern governments. The neocon scenario for remaking the Middle East was set out prior to… … Read moreA History of the 21st Century, by Paul Craig Roberts

How Great a Threat is Russian Intelligence to the United States?

On Wednesday, October 30 the Center for the National Interest hosted a panel discussion focusing on the changing Russian intelligence threat to the United States. Media headlines paint an ominous picture of Russian election interference, assassination efforts, fifth-column tactics, and high-technology espionage. How real and how new are these threats? And how should the United … Read moreHow Great a Threat is Russian Intelligence to the United States?

Statement from U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on Q3 2019 GDP Growth: U.S. Economy Grows 1.9 Percent in Third Quarter

Statement from U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on Q3 2019 GDP Growth: U.S. Economy Grows 1.9 Percent in Third Quarter ASowah@doc.gov Wed, 10/30/2019 – 16:13 Economic indicators FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, October 30, 2019 Office of Public Affairs (202) 482-4883 publicaffairs@doc.gov Today, the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) released the third … Read moreStatement from U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on Q3 2019 GDP Growth: U.S. Economy Grows 1.9 Percent in Third Quarter

Skimmed at ATMs? 1 million Indian cards’ data on sale

Details of about 13 lakh debit & credit cards have been put up for sale on a darknet marketplace called Joker’s Stash, a Singapore-based firm Group-IB revealed. It is believed that the data dump could have been obtained by skimming details from the magnetic stripe on the cards. More than 18% of compromised cards were … Read moreSkimmed at ATMs? 1 million Indian cards’ data on sale

Anatomy of 2020: Weighing Issues, Candidates, and the State of Our Union

Victor Davis Hanson // National Review In the 20th century, no Congress brought impeachment proceedings against a first-term president facing a reelection. Both the Nixon and Clinton efforts were aimed at reelected presidents, perhaps on the theory that there was supposedly no other means of bringing them to account once … Read more → Please … Read moreAnatomy of 2020: Weighing Issues, Candidates, and the State of Our Union

U.S. Department of Labor Statement on the National Day of Remembrance for Nuclear Weapons Program Workers

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs Director Julia Hearthway issued the following statement on the National Day of Remembrance for Nuclear Weapons Program Workers: “Seventy-seven years ago, the United States launched the Manhattan Project to harness the power of the atom and create the first atomic bomb. “In … Read moreU.S. Department of Labor Statement on the National Day of Remembrance for Nuclear Weapons Program Workers