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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Eight indicted in substance abuse counseling fraud caseThis is a news release from the U.S. Department of Justice. Eight people have
Eight indicted in substance abuse counseling fraud case
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 35 minutes ago
This is a news release from the U.S. Department of Justice. Eight people have been indicted for allegedly participating in a scheme that submitted more than $50 million in fraudulent bills to a California state program for alcohol and drug treatment... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Feds: Long Beach treatment center took state money for kids without drug problemsarrested six of the defendants who worked at Atlantic Health Services (formerly
Feds: Long Beach treatment center took state money for kids without drug problems
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 15 hours ago
arrested six of the defendants who worked at Atlantic Health Services (formerly known as Atlantic Recovery Services, or ARS) Wednesday morning. The indictment, which charges the defendants with health care fraud and aggravated identity theft,... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
8 accused in fraud scheme at Long Beach treatment facilitydefendants who worked at the Long Beach-based Atlantic Health Services (formerl
8 accused in fraud scheme at Long Beach treatment facility
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 20 hours ago
defendants who worked at the Long Beach-based Atlantic Health Services (formerly known as Atlantic Recovery Services, or ARS) were arrested Wednesday morning by federal authorities. The indictment, which charges the defendants with health care... Read more
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The Huffington Post
28 Art Shows You Need To See This Fallis considerably high on our list of autumnal things to look forward to. In ant
28 Art Shows You Need To See This Fall
The Huffington Post / Posted yesterday
is considerably high on our list of autumnal things to look forward to. In anticipation of fall, we scoured the calendars -- one editor on the East coast, one writer on the West -- and came up with 20 exhibitions (and eight honorable mentions)... Read more
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TheStreet.com
How I Survived the Market Bloodbath Last Week With No Losseshad an actual strategy, it would have been to pounce while prices were falling,
How I Survived the Market Bloodbath Last Week With No Losses
TheStreet.com / Posted 2 days ago
had an actual strategy, it would have been to pounce while prices were falling, recognizing the healthy fundamentals of the U.S. economy and scouting opportunities to buy in the face of panic. That's what the smart money did, some version of Warren... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
USAID Announces U.S.$10 Million in New Global Research CollaborationThe U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID) U.S. Global Development
USAID Announces U.S.$10 Million in New Global Research Collaboration
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
The U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID) U.S. Global Development Lab today announced $10 million for 45 new research projects that will address evidence gaps and advance technical capacity in critical areas of development. Spanning 23... Read more
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The Auto Channel
The Auto Channel 2016 BMW 7 Series Reviews, Specs, Changes and Datagroundbreaking technology while upholding the 7 Series precedent of comfort and
The Auto Channel 2016 BMW 7 Series Reviews, Specs, Changes and Data
The Auto Channel / Posted 3 days ago
groundbreaking technology while upholding the 7 Series precedent of comfort and driving dynamics. First introduced to the U.S. market in 1978, the new BMW 7 Series will be in its sixth generation. Many features and technologies developed by BMW,... Read more
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PhysOrg
A new forage comes to the Midwest, courtesy of naturemanure. The farmer fed hay made from it to more cattle, to spread it further. H
A new forage comes to the Midwest, courtesy of nature
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
manure. The farmer fed hay made from it to more cattle, to spread it further. He also eventually began consulting with ARS plant geneticist Michael Casler and his colleagues at the U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center. Casler and his colleagues... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :ARS horticulturist Fumiomi Takeda (right) has developed a rotatable trellis sys
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
ARS horticulturist Fumiomi Takeda (right) has developed a rotatable trellis system giving blackberry growers more management options and increasing boost profits. Click the image for more information about it. A U.S. Department of Agriculture... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :imported from Europe in the 1800s could soon begin to help boost cattle and dai
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
imported from Europe in the 1800s could soon begin to help boost cattle and dairy production in parts of the Upper Midwest. U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists in Madison, Wisconsin, recently released the grass for commercial... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers study tall larkspur toxicity in cattleIn the western foothills and mountain rangelands of the U.S., wild larkspurs (D
Researchers study tall larkspur toxicity in cattle
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
In the western foothills and mountain rangelands of the U.S., wild larkspurs (Delphinium spp.) are a major cause of cattle losses. For the most part, grazing cattle can self-regulate consumption of larkspurs and avoid toxicity problems. However,... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :When ARS scientists compared systems that let farmers know when their crops are
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 9 days ago
When ARS scientists compared systems that let farmers know when their crops are water stressed, they found simple ones worked as well as a more commonly used complex one. Click the image for more information about it. A U.S. Department of... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), University of Georgia and the University
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 13 days ago
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), University of Georgia and the University of Florida scientists worked cooperatively to develop Gulfsnow, a new peach variety. The new variety should give growers in the southeastern lower coastal plain an edge... Read more
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The Auto Channel
Allstate Roadside Services Selected as Roadside Assistance Provider to Help Protect Lyft Driversown schedule and make some extra cash. MORE INFO Drivers with Lyft are gettin
Allstate Roadside Services Selected as Roadside Assistance Provider to Help Protect Lyft Drivers
The Auto Channel / Posted 14 days ago
own schedule and make some extra cash. MORE INFO Drivers with Lyft are getting a new perk. Allstate Roadside Services (ARS), one of the nation's leading providers of roadside assistance, is announcing it is offering 24/7 pay-per-use roadside... Read more
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The Atlantic
Why the Ashley Madison and IRS Hacks Are So WorryingRead security news this past summer and you might notice a pattern. First, a U
Why the Ashley Madison and IRS Hacks Are So Worrying
The Atlantic / Posted 15 days ago
Read security news this past summer and you might notice a pattern. First, a U.S. government agency announces that it’s found a security breach and is investigating what occurred. Some time passes. Then, it announces the breach affected a certain... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :ARS helped compile a new interactive, image-based online resource to identify w
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 15 days ago
ARS helped compile a new interactive, image-based online resource to identify wasps in superfamily Cynipoidea, which includes many of the parasitoid wasps. Click the image for more information about it. Determining the identity of parasitic... Read more
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PC Advisor
8chan back in Google's index after temporary disappearanceappeared that the imageboard 8chan was banned from Google's search index for a
8chan back in Google's index after temporary disappearance
PC Advisor / Posted 16 days ago
appeared that the imageboard 8chan was banned from Google's search index for a few days, but now it's back. When Ars Technica reported on the Google issue on August 14, it said only direct site searches using "site:8ch.net" would return... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Telecom experts finger AT&T's network as the root cause of Tuesday's five-hour outagethat AT&T's wired network was the culprit. Verizon said the problem was caused
Telecom experts finger AT&T's network as the root cause of Tuesday's five-hour outage
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 26 days ago
that AT&T's wired network was the culprit. Verizon said the problem was caused by a "vendor," without being specific. U.S. Cellular also blamed a "third-party vendor." T-Mobile said in a tweet that the problem stemmed from a "server... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :Klee Delivers 2015 ARS B.Y. Morrison Memorial Lecture at ASHS Annual Conference
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 28 days ago
Klee Delivers 2015 ARS B.Y. Morrison Memorial Lecture at ASHS Annual Conference "A Different Approach to Plant Breeding: Integrating Consumers with Genetics" is the title of Harry J. Klee's 2015 Agricultural Research Service (ARS) B.Y. Morrison... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :be eating more seafood, which would help them meet the Dietary Guidelines and c
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 29 days ago
be eating more seafood, which would help them meet the Dietary Guidelines and contribute to a healthier diet, according to ARS studies. Click the image for more information about it. Consumers Missing Out on Health Benefits of Seafood... Read more
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Denver Post
Carter: Your backyard is the Wild West for dronesthat another person might be watching from above. Certainly Merideth didn't li
Carter: Your backyard is the Wild West for drones
Denver Post / Posted 30 days ago
that another person might be watching from above. Certainly Merideth didn't like the idea. "It was hovering," he told Ars Technica. "I would never have shot it if it was flying. When he came down with a video camera right over my back deck,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
A battlefield of drones and privacy in your backyardmight be watching from above. Certainly Merideth didn’t like the idea. “It was
A battlefield of drones and privacy in your backyard
Chicago Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
might be watching from above. Certainly Merideth didn’t like the idea. “It was hovering,” he told the technology website Ars Technica. “I would never have shot it if it was flying. When he came down with a video camera right over my back deck,... Read more
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PhysOrg
E. coli gets a boost from lettuce diseaseWhen lettuce is infected by downy mildew, it is easier for Escherichia coli O15
E. coli gets a boost from lettuce disease
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
When lettuce is infected by downy mildew, it is easier for Escherichia coli O157:H7 to get a foothold, according to an ARS study. Credit: USDA-NRCS. Escherichia coli O157:H7, a bacterium that causes foodborne illness in humans, is more likely to... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :When lettuce is infected by downy mildew, it is easier for Escherichia coli O15
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 1 months ago
When lettuce is infected by downy mildew, it is easier for Escherichia coli O157:H7 to get a foothold, according to an ARS study. Photo courtesy of USDA-NRCS. E. coli Gets a Boost from Lettuce Disease Escherichia coli O157:H7, a bacterium that... Read more

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