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A Florida man pled guilty Friday in federal court in Miami to two counts of wire fraud in connection with a $29 million Ponzi scheme and a scheme to illegally obtain economic development funds from the state of South Carolina.
The American Cable Association has registered its views on the bidding process for funds to expand broadband in rural areas with the office of senior Republican Federal Communications Commissioner Ajit Pai, recommending a method that maximizes provider participation.
A Florida federal judge on Thursday denied the Dominican Republic's bid for summary judgment against two Miami-based companies accusing the country of breaching a $51.8 million irrigation contract, clearing the way for trial to start this month.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Friday urged the Sixth Circuit to uphold the controversial Clean Water Rule against the onslaught of industry challengers, states, environmental groups and municipalities that dragged them to court over the rule.
Energy policy takes center stage on Capitol Hill starting Tuesday when the U.S. Senate begins confirmation hearings for President-elect Donald J. Trump's nominees for secretaries of Energy and the Interior and for administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Here's a glimpse of what to expect in each hearing.