Judge Dismisses FTC Case Against Kochava, Inc

The court grants the FTC the opportunity to refile. Judge Lynn Winmill dismissed the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) lawsuit against Kochava, Inc., a data broker that makes money…

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Road Safety Project Applications Being Accepted

Transportation department opens competitive program for projects to improve high-crash areas. The Department of Transportation (DOT) has opened applications for the competitive grant program Safe Streets and Roads…

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Senator Cantwell Promotes Quick Rail Safety Legislation

Supports bipartisan legislation drafted by fellow senators. Chair of the Senate Commerce Committee Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington voiced her desire to move rail safety legislation through her…

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Transportation Department is Funding “Smart” Road Safety

59 projects will use sensors and drones to reduce accidents. The Department of Transportation announced this week that 59 projects that install “Smart” technology at accident-prone traffic areas…

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Coast Guard Rescues 25 People from Great Lakes Ice Floes

The service warns people of the unpredictability of ice coverage. The Coast Guard conducted two major rescues on the Great Lakes this week after 25 people became stranded…

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Education Department Awards Grants to Three HBCUs

Funding will help colleges address safety concerns. The Department of Education announced the awarding of grants to three additional Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). These universities experienced…

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DHS to Review Lapsus$ Cyberattacks

The international group employs a number of new hacking techniques. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced that officials will be reviewing and recommending strategies to counter…

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Legislation Would Block Citizenship for Dependent Illegals

New rule would cut migrant benefits.  Senator Roger Marshall of Kansas proposed a resolution that would prohibit illegal immigrants from becoming citizens if they depend on taxpayer-funded benefits. The…

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DOT Announces Funding for Louisiana Rebuilding

$40 million will fund ferry project and statewide bridge program. The Department of Transportation (DOT) announced last week that $40.9 million in low-interest loans will be provided for…

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FAA Urged to Prevent Further Airline Seat Shrinkage

Group of senators writes the acting administrator about their concerns. Six senators wrote to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) this week, requesting that they regulate airlines’ ongoing reduction…

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