The lawsuit, which was filed under seal in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, marks Amazon’s most aggressive push to defend its competitive edge in the lucrative and cutthroat world of federal government contracts. Amazon previously said it planned to formally protest its loss of the Pentagon’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, or JEDI, cloud contract because the evaluation process was deficient.
The prince, who acknowledged that he will be stepping away from his duties earlier this week, has been told to clear his staff out of the palace and that he will need to find a new space for his office, the Times of London reported on Friday. The move also comes after news broke that Andrew's private secretary, Amanda Thirsk, who was a major supporter of the interview, will no longer remain in the position.
Prosecutors say Chinese intelligence officers gave Lee more than $840,000 and that Lee likely gave them all the information he had from a 13-year career as a CIA case officer. They sought a prison term of more than 20 years...
The 81-year-old mayor of a St. Louis suburb is accused of submitting fraudulent absentee voter applications in what prosecutors say was an effort to illegally influence the city's municipal elections...
Many questions remain about how and when the swirls formed, but they may have stemmed from internal magnetic fields or from meteor impacts, according to Space.com. Because the magnetic fields of the swirls seem to deflect solar winds and cosmic rays, some experts suspect they could serve as natural shields for the people staying at any future lunar outposts.
The incident happened around 6 a.m. at an external checkpoint, the Secret Service said. The driver, whose identity has not been made public, tried to tail an official vehicle through the gate... The SUV accumulated $1,355, in parking violations from streets around the White House since Oct. 10, ABC7 reporter Sam Sweeney tweeted. The 17 tickets included several illegal parking citations.
The senator requested all documents and communications related to Joe Biden’s phone calls with Poroshenko on Feb. 11, 18 and 19, and March 22, 2016... Graham also requested documents and communications between Joe Biden and his office and Poroshenko and his office between Feb. 2, 2016, when Burisma founder Mykola Zlochevsky’s home was raided and Shokin’s dismissal. Graham is also seeking all documents and communications related to a meeting between Devon Archer, a business partner of Hunter Biden, and then-Secretary of State John Kerry on March 2, 2016...
A new cancer-detecting tool uses tiny circuits made of DNA to identify cancer cells by the molecular signature on their surface. The circuits work by attaching to the outside of a cell and analyzing it for proteins that are more abundant on some cell types than others. The devices distinguish cell types with higher specificity than previous methods, giving researchers hope their work could improve diagnosis, or give cancer therapies better aim.
Davies appeared at a news conference with attorney Gloria Allred, who read a statement from her client that described herself as the "perfect victim" for a predator who took advantage of vulnerable underage teenagers and young women. Allred showed an undated photo of Davies with Epstein in a helicopter that she said showed them flying over the U.S. Virgin Islands... According to the lawsuit, Davies was raped and sexually abused by Epstein at his residences in New York, Paris, Florida, New Mexico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
A recall notice issued by the USDA on November 21, 2019 affects more than 40 pork products produced by Morris Meat Packing between November 25, 2017 to November 9, 2019, and sent to distributors and retailers in Illinois.
“I can understand people who immediately, whose minds went to sort of the worst-case scenario because it was a perfect storm of screw-ups,” Barr told the AP... “I think it was important to have a roommate in there with him and we’re looking into why that wasn’t done, and I think every indication is that was a screw-up,” Barr said...
Speaking to reporters at an event at the American Enterprise Institute think tank, [Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy] said he ordered the assessment after the top Democrat in the US Senate, Chuck Schumer, asked him to investigate the possible risks in the military’s use of the popular video app for recruiting American teenagers.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a bid by President Donald Trump’s administration to shield FBI agents from a lawsuit by three American Muslim men who said they were placed on the government’s “no-fly list” for refusing to become informants.
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