Virus provokes spike in demand for food pantries

The coronavirus pandemic has provoked a spike in demand for food pantries in the U.S. Providers have seen people lining up hours before pantries open. (April 16) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Website: https://apnews.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP Facebook: https://facebook.com/APNews Google+: https://plus.google.com/115892241801867723374 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ ​ You...

NRO Cracks Open Commercial Imagery To More Providers

NRO Cracks Open Commercial Imagery To More Providers WASHINGTON: The NRO is making a major shift in its strategy for buying commercial satellite imagery later this year, abandoning the Intelligence Community’s long-standing monogamous relationship with Maxar’s DigitalGlobe to make way for new vendors as it...

Iowa takes steps to extend protective gear supply

Iowa regulators ordered health care providers to take steps to address a shortage of personal protective equipment as they see an increase in coronavirus patients. That could include using old equipment or reusing equipment. (April 10) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Website: https://apnews.com Twitter:...

U.S. providers offer free Wi-Fi for 60 days

U.S. providers offer free Wi-Fi for 60 days U.S. internet and wireless providers have announced temporary measures to make getting online less expensive and onerous as enforced social distancing due to the new coronavirus forces more human interaction online By The Associated Press March 14,...

Will coronavirus affect the launch market?

Will coronavirus affect the launch market? Launch providers are skeptical that the coronavirus will have a lasting impact on the domestic market, although companies are implementing contingency plans in reaction to the outbreak. “I do not think it will carry through,” said United Launch Alliance...

2 health care providers, dozens of people charged in alleged $115M Medicare kickback scheme

2 health care providers, dozens of people charged in alleged $115M Medicare kickback scheme Two health care providers and 28 people – including one of the provider’s CEOs, 13 doctors, five nurses and a social worker – were charged with involvement in a $115 million Medicare kickback scheme in California, the Justice Department announced Thursday. Amity Home Health Care was said to have bribed more than two dozen defendants with...