Texas man made $1.76 million from insider trading by eavesdropping on wife’s business calls, Justice Department says

A man from Houston overheard his work-from-home spouse talking business, and used that information to make over $1.7 million in an insider trading scheme, federal authorities said. Tyler Loudon, 42,…

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Column: Remaking Cadiz in the name of environmental justice

It’s hard to think of a California company that carries more toxic baggage than Cadiz Inc. The Los Angeles firm has been trying for more than 20 years to advance…

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Proposition 47 has shown us how to responsibly reform the criminal justice system – Orange County Register

During the past decade, there has been an ongoing and concerted effort by those with a vested interest in protecting the old, failed approaches of our criminal justice system to…

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Justice Department sues SpaceX for alleged hiring discrimination against refugees and others

The U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday sued SpaceX, the rocket company founded and run by Elon Musk, for alleged hiring discrimination against refugees and people seeking or already granted…

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That Which Traineth The World is Justice – Upheld By Two Pillars Reward and Punishment

O people of God! That which traineth the world is Justice, for it is upheld by two pillars, reward and punishment. These two pillars are the sources of life to…

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