After serving five months in a Philadelphia prison, rapper Meek Mill can resume his music career following his release Tuesday afternoon. The rising star's parole was revoked by Judge Genese Brinkley in July following an altercation and outburst at a probation office.
A Philadelphia woman is not feeling totally awesome after a bottle of liquid cleanser separated from the spray nozzle and caused her to sustain serious injuries, according to a complaint filed at the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.
A federal judge will not dismiss Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney's wrongful termination suit against Penn State, saying the school's motion is moot following the plaintiff's filing of an amended complaint in late November.
DHS Technologies LLC and its subsidiary, DHS Systems LLC, have agreed to pay $1.9 million, plus interest, to the United States to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by failing to disclose to the General Services Administration (GSA) that it offered greater discounts to a private company for the same items during the negotiation for the re-award of a government contract.
An international food supplier has pleaded guilty in federal court to major fraud against the United States and agreed to pay more than $434 million in penalties for overcharging the U.S. government for food and water shipped to armed forces serving in Afghanistan.