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How to assess a general-purpose AI model’s reliability before it’s deployed | MIT News

Foundation models are massive deep-learning models that...

El Salvador: Rights Violations Against Children in ‘State of Emergency’

El Salvador’s state of emergency, declared in...

Vietnam: New decree on cashless payments

On 15 May 2024, the Government officially...

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Office of Public Affairs | U.S. Navy Reserve Officer Convicted for Bribery Scheme Impacting Department of State’s Approval Process for Special Immigrant Visas for...

A federal jury convicted a U.S. Navy Reserve commander today on multiple criminal charges related to a years-long bribery scheme involving Special Immigrant Visas...

Office of Public Affairs | Pharmaceutical Marketer Sentenced for Compounded Medications Fraud Scheme

A Texas pharmaceutical marketer was sentenced today to two years and five months in prison and ordered to pay over $59 million in restitution...

Office of Public Affairs | Joint Communique From the 2024 U.S.-Canada Cross Border Crime Forum (CBCF)

The United States and Canada have a longstanding and enduring security, law enforcement, and intelligence partnership that is centered on protecting public safety, consistent...

Office of Public Affairs | Readout of Assistant Attorney General for National Security Matthew G. Olsen’s Trip to The Hague

Assistant Attorney General Matthew G. Olsen of the Justice Department’s National Security Division traveled to The Hague, Netherlands, this week to address the Counterterrorism...

Trident Trust Company (Guernsey) Limited and Mr Mark Wilson Le Tissier, Mr Ryan Daniel Dekker and Mrs Boonyasinee (“Kwan”) Queripel — GFSC

The Financial Services Business (Enforcement Powers) (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2020 (the “Enforcement Powers Law”) The Regulation of Fiduciaries, Administration Businesses and Company Directors, etc...

New Justice and Security laws as of July 1, 2024 | News item

Rape and sexual assault victims will be able to file a police report in more situations, descendants of enslaved people can change their name...

Office of Public Affairs | Sweepstakes Operators Plead Guilty to Bank Secrecy Act Violations

Two Missouri men pleaded guilty yesterday to conspiring with bankers to willfully fail to implement appropriate anti-money laundering (AML) controls at a Missouri bank,...

Office of Public Affairs | Human Smuggling Guide Sentenced to 120 Months in Prison

A Mexican citizen was sentenced today to 120 months in prison for his role in a dangerous human smuggling conspiracy. Jesus Ernesto Dessens-Romero, 28, of...

Office of Public Affairs | Vice President of Kansas Company Pleads Guilty to Crimes Related to Scheme to Illegally Export U.S. Avionics Equipment to...

Douglas Edward Robertson, 56, of Olathe, Kansas, the former vice president of KanRus Trading Company Inc., pleaded guilty today for his role in a...

Office of Public Affairs | President of Freight Forwarding Company Indicted for Allegedly Smuggling Goods from the United States to Russia

A citizen of Belarus and lawful permanent resident of the United States has been indicted for allegedly smuggling goods from the United States into...

Office of Public Affairs | Providence Businesswoman Arraigned in Federal Court in Alleged Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Scheme Targeting Seniors and Other Vulnerable Victims

A Rhode Island woman was arraigned today following indictment on June 17, by a federal grand jury on charges of mail fraud and conspiracy...

Office of Public Affairs | Combating Health Care Fraud: 2024 National Enforcement Action

Health care fraud is a crime that impacts every American. It siphons off hard-earned tax dollars meant to provide care for the vulnerable and...

Office of Public Affairs | Three Former Executives Sentenced for $1B Corporate Fraud Scheme

Three former executives of Outcome Health (Outcome), a Chicago-based health technology start-up company, were sentenced for their roles in a fraud scheme that targeted...

Office of Public Affairs | Justice Department Secures Settlement in Discrimination Lawsuit for Blocking Affordable Housing Development in Louisiana

The Justice Department announced today that the Town of Franklinton (Franklinton), Louisiana, has agreed to pay $230,000 in damages and civil penalties to settle...

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