LIMA, Jan 25 (Reuters) – Peru’s economy might grow by 3.8
percent instead of 4.8 percent this year as a massive graft
scandal slows public work projects and deters new investments,
the country’s finance minister said on Wednesday.
North Dakota lawmakers are set to vote Friday on a bill that would legalize accidentally running over protesters in the road, one of a series of actions in Republican-controlled states to discourage disruptive protests.
* Dolby Laboratories reports first quarter fiscal 2017
* FCB Financial Holdings Inc surpasses $9 billion in assets
and reports record fourth quarter 2016 financial results
Under Secretary of State for Management Patrick Kennedy’s last day will be Friday, according to a State Department official. Mark Toner, acting spokesman, told Fox News Wednesday that Kennedy “will resign as Under Secretary for Management on January 27, and retire from the Department of State on January 31.” Kennedy first joined the State Department […]
The Denver Police Department announced a series of changes to its use of force policy Wednesday, which it labeled as “philosophical.” The new policy outlines when it is acceptable for officers to use batons, chemical agents, stun guns and deadly force. The policy’s stated goal is “force avoidance” and de-escalation is a core component. Police […]
Investigators have determined that the cause of a massive, 10-alarm fire in early December was the careless disposal of smoking material. The blaze, which struck on Dec. 3, damaged 18 buildings and displaced more than 100 residents. It burned for almost the entire day. Authorities said the fire started in recycling bins containing construction debris. […]
The Trump Organization has tapped the men it says will keep the company’s ethical considerations in check during President Trump’s time in office.