Cleveland, Ohio - A Russian national, residing in the Yakutsk region of Russia and in Southeast Asia, had his initial appearance in federal court Thursday after his extradition from the Republic of Korea to the Northern District of Ohio to face charges for his alleged role in a transnational, cybercriminal organization.

Washington, DC - Thursday, the Department of Justice announced that it has reached an agreement in principle to settle the civil cases arising out of the June 2015 Mother Emanuel AME Church mass shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.

Shreveport, Louisiana - A federal grand jury in Shreveport, Louisiana, returned an indictment last Wednesday charging a Louisiana man with fraudulently obtaining more than $1.1 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program loans. 

Imperial, California - A lost hiker in Colorado ignored repeated cell phone calls from a rescue team, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens.  He got separated from his trek mates for almost 12 hours and the rescue team searched for him all night long, finally giving up early the next morning. A short while later the hiker stumbled across the car belonging to the rescue team. See the source image

Hollywood, California - Whether you saw it or not the 1984 movie, A Nightmare on Elm Street, is perhaps one of the scariest films of all time, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens. And if you like scary things it - the Elm Street house, not the film - can be yours for a mere $3.5 million. 

Miami, Florida - Sextant Marine Consulting LLC (Sextant), a Florida-based duct cleaning company, has agreed to pay $30,000 in damages and civil penalties to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by obtaining more than one Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan in 2020. Sextant also repaid the duplicative PPP funds in full to its lender, relieving the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) of liability to the lender for the federal guaranty of approximately $170,000 on the improper loan.