By Tyson Mickelsen, Marketing — Abby Lee Miller, the coach from the TV show, Dance Moms, filed for bankruptcy in 2016. However, bankruptcy was just the beginning. The Dance Mom was later charged with fraud and then sentenced to one year in prison. She hid $775,000 of income and did not ...
May 11, 2017WebKeeper
By Tyson Mickelsen, Marketing — People gathered together in the Québec City Islamic cultural center on Sunday, January 29 for a night of worship and prayer. Suddenly, the evening erupted in gunfire. Six people were killed and 19 injured. Canada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, called these shootings as an “act of ...
February 1, 2017WebKeeper
By Tyson Mickelsen, Marketing — The polygraph has been around for almost 100 years. But, can you trust a polygraph test to accurately verify the truth? US Customs and Border Patrol Recently, the validity of the polygraph has been in question among the US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP). As a part of ...
January 20, 2017WebKeeper
By Sarah Zubeldia, Marketing — A few states in the U.S. allow children born out of a rapist attack be raised by rapists. Women across the country are in courthouses, overwhelmed at the fact that they have to hand off their child to their rapist due to the rapist’s parental rights. Rapists ...
January 4, 2017WebKeeper
By Trevor Free, Marketing — There are currently 8.5 million refugees who are in limbo from the Syrian refugee crisis. Globally, countries struggle with taking in these refugees for various reasons. Perhaps the most prominent struggles are the national security risks that countries believe that they take on by providing asylum. ...
December 10, 2016WebKeeper
By Sarah Zubeldia, Marketing — ExxonMobil is creating legal turmoil as the company questions why state legislatures are questioning company ethics. Exxon Mobil has been given permission to have their lawyers question the attorneys general of New York and Massachusetts. This approach to the legal system has the potential to ...
December 2, 2016WebKeeper
By Trevor Free, Marketing — Recent reports show that a doctor, Suanta Sarkar, will be polygraphed due to his relation with an alleged suicide pact of a family of five. Sarkar was the only survivor among the six-person family, and investigators will be ...
December 1, 2016WebKeeper
By Seth McGinn, Marketing — Hilary Clinton’s lead in the popular vote is still growing nearly 3 weeks after the election. Her lead is now over 2 million votes, most of those leading votes coming from the strong, liberal state of California. In response to this developing lead in the popular ...
November 30, 2016WebKeeper
By Sara Zubeldia, Marketing — Wall Street deals with crazy schemes, and the “flash crash” is one that is slowly being solved. Navinder Singh Sarao plead guilty to taking part in the Wall Street’s “flash crash” of 2010, and is the second person convicted of spoofing the U.S. future markets. Not ...
November 25, 2016WebKeeper
By Taylor Smith, Marketing — The constitution of the United States has been written to protect the innocent. But, at times it seems that the odds are stacked against them. The innocent, who have been wrongly accused need every opportunity given to them to protect their name. Recently, a man in ...
November 23, 2016WebKeeper
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