Investigation underway after incident between off-duty police officer and multiple juveniles in LA The off-duty officer confronted the juveniles for trespassing, which ended with a weapon being discharged. 02/22/2017 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Off-duty cop kills robbery suspect "While he was held at gun and knifepoint, the suspects robbed him of cash. An off duty police officer who was observing the whole incident approached the suspects and the man brandishing a gun pointed the weapon at him," police spokesperson Major Thulani ... 11/19/2015 - 12:58 am | View Link
BREAKING NEWS: Man charged with attempted murder of a policeman after trying to push him off a bridge onto busy motorway A man has been charged with attempting to murder an on-duty police officer by pushing him over the side of a bridge onto a busy road. The 28-year-old is alleged to have tried to have force the Pc over a footbridge's metal fence onto the road below. 11/12/2015 - 6:24 pm | View Link
Off Duty Cop Kidnaps Woman From Jail, Drives Her To His House ‘For Personal Relationship’ A police officer was recently found to have acted “inappropriately” after he pulled over an intoxicated Native American woman, and then drove her to his house to have a “personal relationship” with her. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer was ... 01/9/2015 - 3:43 am | View Link
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By Darlene Superville, The Associated Press
BETHESDA, Md. — President Donald Trump on Saturday awarded a Purple Heart to an Army sergeant recently wounded in Afghanistan, the first of many Trump likely will award during his service as commander in chief of the U. S. military.
“When I heard about this … I wanted to do it myself,” Trump said during a brief ceremony at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, outside Washington.
By Steven Mufson, The Washington Post
WASHINGTON – Neomi Rao, a little-known law professor at George Mason University, could soon become one of the most powerful officials in Washington.
President Donald Trump has nominated the conservative lawyer to run the obscure but powerful Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, a gateway through which federal regulations must pass.
The office, known as OIRA, would make Rao the Trump administration’s regulatory czar, responsible for vetting and tallying cost estimates for most regulations.
By Paul Wiseman, The Associated Press
When President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday in Kenosha, Wis., he sent a characteristically blunt message.
“The policy of our government,” Trump declared, “is to aggressively promote and use American-made goods.”
For too long, he complained, American companies that have bid on U. S. government contracts — for work ranging from building roads to supplying computer equipment to federal agencies — have unfairly lost out to foreign competitors.
“The result has been countless jobs and countless contracts that have been lost to cheap, subsidized and low-quality foreign goods,” the president argued.
“Buy American” requirements that are written into U.
Silicon Valley firms have long been known for offering a litany of employee perks: Home-cooked lunches, free massages, climbing walls and dog-friendly offices.
Now some are adding yet another incentive to attract — and retain — workers: Paid time off to protest.
Fauna, a San Francisco-based database start-up, recently began allowing its 13 employees to take unlimited paid leave to participate in rallies, vote, write letters to elected officials and take part in other civic activities.
HUGO — From his modest office at Lincoln Community Hospital, an hour and a half east of Denver, Kevin Stansbury views the state budget from a different lens.
At the Capitol, the debate is focused on balancing $26.8 billion. In Hugo, population 750, the dollar signs are people. “This community is very invested in this hospital,” said Stansbury, the hospital’s chief executive officer.
Colorado’s hospitals take patients of all types — even those who can’t pay their bills. The hospital provider fee program is designed to help hospitals reduce the amount of uncompensated care from indigent patients and those paying with Medicaid.
Here’s how it works: The hospitals pay fees to the state based on the number inpatient days and outpatient hospital charges.