DigixDAO Votes to Liquidate $64M Treasury

Jan 21, 2020
A project which conducted a 2016 initial coin offering (ICO) has voted to liquidate its $64 million treasury, returning funds to investors. P

Sen. Duckworth Slams Amtrak Over $25,000 Ticket Quote

Jan 21, 2020
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., slammed Amtrak on Sunday after it gave a $25,000 quote for a group of disabled rail passengers for tickets that

UPDATE 4-China Says 17 New Cases in Virus Outbreak, Wuhan to Restrict Large Gatherings

Jan 21, 2020
China said on Sunday that 17 more people had become infected with a new coronavirus strain, fanning fears it will spread further as hundreds

House Democrats, White House Lay Out Arguments Before Trial

Jan 19, 2020
House Democrats say in a brief filed ahead of impeachment trial arguments that President Donald Trump “abandoned his oath to faithfully

ILA | North Carolina: Your Input Needed On Sunday Hunting

Jan 18, 2020
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (WRC) has announced a survey to gather information from the public relating to Sunday huntin

Plaintiffs Combine Their Market-Manipulation Lawsuits Against Bitfinex and Tether

Jan 18, 2020
Plaintiffs in three separate putative class action lawsuits against Bitfinex and Tether have moved to consolidate their cases, according to a

Top Va. Court Upholds Weapons Ban at Gun Rally

Jan 18, 2020
Virginia’s highest court on Friday upheld a ban on firearms at an upcoming pro-gun rally in the state’s capital, an event that au

Sepsis Kills Double Number of People Than Previously Known

Jan 18, 2020
Sepsis kills more than twice as many people worldwide as once believed, and children in poor regions account for an excessive number of such

Lev Parnas: ‘Trump Knew,’ ‘It Was Never About Corruption’

Jan 16, 2020
Claiming his work in the Ukraine was on behalf of the president and the United States, Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas said “it was

ILA | Maryland: Gun Control Bills Scheduled for Committee Hearings in Both Chambers

Jan 15, 2020
Multiple General Assembly committees are scheduled to consider anti-gun bills tomorrow, January 15.  Each of these bills are unnecessary back