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Today β€” December 14th 2019Your RSS feeds

Texas woman convicted in $5.5M health care fraud scheme, DOJ says

By Dom Calicchio

A Texas woman was convicted Friday on six counts of health care fraud in connection with a $5.5 million federal workers’ compensation overbilling scheme, U.S. Justice Department officials said.

New prosthetic helping veterans in and out of the water

By Emily DeCiccio

A look at how the 3-D printing lab of Northwell Health created a new lower-limb prosthetic to be used for swimming and other aquatic activities, called ‘The FIN’. Fox News spoke to NYPD Lieutenant Seamus Doherty to discuss how 'The Fin' has impacted his life both on and off the police force.

Yesterday β€” December 13th 2019Your RSS feeds

New prosthetic helping veterans in and out of the water

By Emily DeCiccio

A look at how the 3-D printing lab of Northwell Health created a new lower-limb prosthetic to be used for swimming and other aquatic activities, called ‘The FIN’. Fox News spoke to NYPD Lieutenant Seamus Doherty to discuss how 'The Fin' has impacted his life both on and off the police force.

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Interior Official Broke Ethics Rules, Government Watchdog Concludes

By Coral Davenport

A senior Interior Department official broke ethics rules when he met with his former employer to discuss Interior business, the inspector general said.

UK election: Jeremy Corbyn could become nation's first socialist leader in 40 years

By Adam Shaw

As Brits prepare to head to the polls on Thursday to vote in the country’s general election, the chance that far-left Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn could be Britain’s next prime minister, remains very, very real -- a prospect that has even raised red flags from members of his own party.

Indian Parliament Passes Divisive Citizenship Bill, Moving It Closer to Law

By Jeffrey Gettleman and Suhasini Raj

The government says it is trying to protect religious minorities from being persecuted in Muslim countries. Indian Muslims say the bill is discriminatory, and protests are spreading.

Faced with defence budget threats, EU eyes new money sources

By Alexandra Brzozowski

The ongoing EU budget negotiations have revealed the intention to enforce substantial cuts in Europe's external action agenda. This could represent another drawback for the bloc's defence ambitions and will be discussed by EU leaders at a summit on 12-13 December.

Interior Official Broke Ethics Rules, Government Watchdog Concludes

By Coral Davenport

A senior Interior Department official broke ethics rules when he met with his former employer to discuss Interior business, the inspector general said.

British serial rapist who attacked women, children while wrongly free gets 33 life sentences

By Bradford Betz

A serial rapist who sexually assaulted women and children during a two-week period when he was supposed to have been locked up, was sentenced Monday to 33 life sentences, according to reports.

UK Brexit envoy in DC quits, slams government for β€˜half truths’ days before election

By Lucia Suarez Sang

The woman in charge of promoting the divorce between the United Kingdom and the European Union in Washington has reportedly quit from her post because she no longer wants to “peddle half-truths on behalf of a government I do not trust.”

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