By Cami Toronto, Communications — Roger Stone, a former advisor to President Trump, was found guilty on Nov. 15 of five counts of lying to Congress, one of witness tampering and one of obstructing a congressional committee proceeding in a court investigating his involvement with the Trump campaign during the 2016 ...
December 13, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications — We’ve all heard it before. You can catch a liar by watching where their eyes go. The rumor is that if someone glances up and to the left it means they’re telling the truth. Glance to the upper right? We’ve got a liar on our hands. ...
December 10, 2019WebKeeper
By Allie Jensen, Communications — It’s normal and OK to lie on your resume, right? Wrong. Such offenses can result in serious consequences, as it did for an American woman who recently applied to work as a Chief Information Officer in Australia and is now spending a year in jail. According to ...
December 4, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications — In Miami, Florida nearly 20 people were recently arrested over the course of a week in relation to a multi-million-dollar pharmacy scam. These scams, which defrauded the U.S. government of more than $4 million, have been taking place for almost two years in several local Miami ...
December 1, 2019WebKeeper
By Cami Toronto, Communications — Counterfeit and fraudulent sellers have begun to enter the Amazon marketplace, much to the despair of Amazon. These sellers have started scamming online consumers and stealing credit card information. Last month, Amazon announced their Intellectual Property Accelerator, a new program intended to help sellers protect their ...
November 30, 2019WebKeeper
By Cami Toronto, Communications The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is looking for answers from Boeing after several recordings recently surfaced of test pilots unwittingly discovering errors with the 737 Max plane. Date stamps on the recordings indicate they’ve been in possession of Boeing for months, but the FAA has only ...
November 27, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications — We all know lying is bad. We’ve heard that since we were young. But have you heard about some of the long-term effects of lying? Aside from hurting others, Medical Express recently did a study showing how lying affects the person telling the lie. They discovered ...
November 26, 2019WebKeeper
By Allie Jensen, Communications — In Glasgow, a federal prison has a new trend circling the cells: synthetic drug use. Investigators and researchers in Scotland are determining if there is a safe way for inmates to use drugs and what results come from that. Is there a safe option for drug ...
November 25, 2019WebKeeper
By Cami Toronto, Communications — Calvin McKinney, 31, has been charged with lying under oath during his murder trial for the death of Keynen Guider. Calvin was originally found guilty of attempted murder of Guider two days before she was shot and killed in December 2017. McKinney’s original trial ended in ...
November 23, 2019WebKeeper
By Darcy Chavez, Communications — Recently in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Lola Price was fired from her position as a manager at Starbucks. The news was completely unexpected for Price. She was told that she was being fired for handing a police officer a coffee cup with the word “PIG” written on it. ...
November 18, 2019WebKeeper
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