In China, a bullet train crash in the city of Wenzhou in 2011 killed 40 people. The crash was blamed on poor design and mismanagement. In Taiwan, the bullet train system rang up $1.5 billion in losses over seven years, ...Read More »
Under federal law, health care providers that want to contest the government’s recoupment of Medicare overpayments, or a termination of their Medicare provider agreement, must exhaust their administrative remedies within the Medicare bureaucracy before going to court. Unfortunately, due to ...Read More »
Criminal procedure — Voir dire — Religious beliefs Appellants in these cases were charged separately but tried together in the Circuit Court for Howard County for crimes arising from a shooting that occurred on January 7, 2017. There were two ...Read More »
Last month, the Trump administration sent 5,000 troops to our southern border to prevent anyone from a migrant caravan from entering the United States. The caravan is composed of many refugees – including women and children. Earlier this week, there were reports that ...Read More »
Resuming a debate that has arisen occasionally in the past, some U.S. colleges have announced that they will no longer require applicants to provide standardized test scores, but instead will look to high school grade-point averages and subjective information. The ...
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