Washington, DC - T-Mobile US Inc. (T-Mobile) and Dish Network Corporation (Dish) announced today that they closed T-Mobile’s divestiture of Boost Network (Boost) to Dish.  Boost was legacy Sprint Corporation’s prepaid wireless brand, and the transaction was completed pursuant to the remedies imposed by the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission.

Seattle, Washington - Attorney General William P. Barr has issued the following statement:

Honolulu, Hawaii - A federal grand jury in Honolulu, Hawaii, returned a six-count indictment against three former correctional officers - Jason Tagaloa, 29, Craig Pinkney, 36, and Jonathan Taum, 48 - for their roles in assaulting an inmate housed at the Hawaii Community Correctional Center and for attempting to cover up their misconduct.

Davenport, Iowa - The Justice Department announced Monday that it has filed a lawsuit alleging that the owner and manager of rental properties in Davenport, Iowa violated the Fair Housing Act by subjecting a female tenant to sexual harassment and retaliation.

Chicago, Illinois - A Chinese national pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy to commit money laundering in connection with laundering more than $4 million in drug proceeds generated by large-scale cocaine trafficking in the United States.

Jacksonville, Florida - Ten individuals, including hospital managers, laboratory owners, billers and recruiters, were charged in an indictment unsealed Monday for their participation in an elaborate pass-through billing scheme using rural hospitals in several states as billing shells to submit fraudulent claims for laboratory testing.  The indictment alleges that from approximately November 2015 through February 2018, the conspirators billed private insurance companies approximately $1.4 billion for laboratory testing claims as part of this fraudulent scheme, and were paid approximately $400 million.