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A Kansas man tasked with running a construction firm is accused of fraudulently obtaining more than $12.7 million in government construction contracts and lying to federal investigators about the company's status as a small business owned by a veteran who became disabled in the line of duty, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday.
The federal government won’t have to face claims that a U.S. Air Force bowling alley employee was sexually harassed at work, an Illinois federal judge has ruled, finding the Federal Tort Claims Act shields the government from intentional tort claims.
Washington will step into a lawsuit over the U.S. Navy's process for cleaning decommissioned ships unless it quickly agrees to clean up related waste, the state attorney general announced Thursday, accusing the Navy of releasing "50 dump truck loads" of pollutants into Puget Sound from one ship cleaning alone.
A U.K court ruled Friday that for General Dynamics U.K. Ltd. to enforce a £16.1 million ($20.7 million) award issued against Libya in a dispute over a military communications contract, the company must serve the country with the order granting it permission to enforce the award.
The majority of critical U.S. military bases face risks due to climate change over the next two decades, with some already feeling the effects, according to a U.S. Department of Defense report made public Friday.