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U.S. pipelines in Pennsylvania and Ohio rack up 800 violations

Media - Two pipelines being built across Pennsylvania and Ohio by Energy Transfer and its Sunoco subsidiary have amassed more than 800 state and federal permit violations while racing to build two of the nation’s largest natural gas pipelines.

Intimidation, reports of ballot stuffing in Russia poll

Moscow - David Sepashvili went to Russia's mountainous Dagestan region to work in a polling station and prevent violations in Sunday's presidential election, but said a group of thugs physically stopped him from doing his job.

Russia says Syrian regime respecting truce, rebel violations

Moscow - Russia on Tuesday said Syrian regime forces were fully respecting a ceasefire but that rebel fighters had violated it 23 times.

Syria ceasefire breached nine times over past 24 hours: Russia

Moscow - The Russian military said on Sunday that a fragile ceasefire in Syria had been breached nine times over the past 24 hours but the truce was mostly holding.

UK businesses with food safety violations are now being mapped

The United Kingdom's Food Standards Agency (FSA) announced on Tuesday it was mapping online the entire rap sheet for businesses successfully prosecuted for any food standard, food hygiene or food safety-related violations.

120 dealers sue Carfax for $50 million for antitrust violations

Car dealers from across the country have decided to sue Carfax. Inc. in a federal court in New York, over allegations that the company has violated antitrust laws.

'The World Tomorrow' — Ep 3: Assange & Tunisian president (video)

London - Episode 3 of the controversial talk show series by Julian Assange features an interview with the current president of Tunisia, President Moncef Marzouki.

Rep Rangel, accused of violating 13 House rules, slapped on wrist

Washington - New York Representative Charlie Rangel, former chairman of the House, Ways and Means Committee has been in hot water for the past two years. Now, his case is being aired in D.C., and so far a committee has decided he won't be censured or expelled.

O.J. Mayo Refuses to Cooperate

Former USC star O.J. Mayo has not cooperated with the internal investigation by USC or that of the NCAA. The investigation is concerning whether or not Mayo accepted improper gifts.

College football: USC's McKnight clear to practice

The University of Southern California has been preparing for their upcoming Emerald Bowl game expecting to play without the services of junior Joe McKnight.

VA Investigation Uncovers Human Subject Protection Violations In Medical Research

Veterans are allegedly the victims of human subject protection violations as the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences named in an Inspector General Investigation report. Many experiments lacked informed consent and even adverse events reporting.

Long-Term Care Homes Not Up To Par In Many Ontario Nursing Homes

It appears that care for the elderly in many of Ontario's nursing homes is not up to par. Three-quarters of such residences are not meeting provincial standards for basic needs according to a study by The Canadian Press after reviews of violation records.

Court Challanges First Amendment Rights Stem From Kansas City BPU Document Detailing Possible Clean-Air Violations

Confidential document reveals BPU may not have reported EPA violations ... BPU goes to court to block publication of articles, and wins ... newspapers challenge court order ... wow, lawyers are getting rich on this one!
 

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Tai Ji Men dizi holding posters to protest in front of the Taipei Cultural and Economic Delegation i...
Tai Ji Men dizi holding posters to protest in front of the Taipei Cultural and Economic Delegation in Geneve Switzerland. From the left, “Tax authority bending the laws has crippled Taiwan government,””Taiwanese people in search of the freedom of belief and expression,”“Ancient menpai of qigong and martial arts fights for survival against human rights violations.”
Philippine President Ferdinard E. Marcos with Secretary of State  George Shultz  in Washington in Se...
Philippine President Ferdinard E. Marcos with Secretary of State, George Shultz, in Washington in September 1982. Marcos' administration was marred by massive authoritarian corruption, despotism, nepotism, political repression, and human rights violations.
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