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Charles Levinson

Under Trump, expert advisory panels on the decline

Jul 30 2019

NEW YORK The move to dismantle the Jason scientific panel follows other Trump administration efforts to abolish or delay the work of independent groups that have been a staple of the U.S. government for decades.

Special Report: Inside a Trump-era purge of military scientists at a legendary think tank

Jul 30 2019

NEW YORK They’re members of a prestigious academic panel with top-secret clearances who’ve advised the Pentagon on some of America’s most vexing national security issues since the Cold War. Over 60 years, they’ve won 11 Nobel prizes and conducted hundreds of government studies.

Under Trump, expert advisory panels on the decline

Jul 30 2019

NEW YORK The move to dismantle the Jason scientific panel follows other Trump administration efforts to abolish or delay the work of independent groups that have been a staple of the U.S. government for decades.

Under Trump, expert advisory panels on the decline

Jul 30 2019

NEW YORK The move to dismantle the Jason scientific panel follows other Trump administration efforts to abolish or delay the work of independent groups that have been a staple of the U.S. government for decades.

Special Report: In Louisiana jail, deaths mount as mental health pleas unheeded

May 31 2018

EAST BATON ROUGE, La. The East Baton Rouge Parish Prison, a squat brick building with low-slung ceilings and walls sometimes smeared with feces, is the face of a paradigm shift: penitentiaries as mental health care providers. Across the United States thousands of jails are sheltering a wave of inmates accused of crimes and serving time while suffering from illnesses ranging from depression to schizophrenia. | Video

Special Report: Inmate deaths reveal 'torturous' use of Tasers

Dec 06 2017

COLUMBUS, Ohio Corporal Matthew Stice pointed his Taser at Martini Smith’s bare chest. | Video

Citadel pays SEC $22.6 mln to settle charges of misleading customers

Jan 17 2017

Citadel Securities, the market-making arm of billionaire hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin, has agreed to pay $22.6 million to settle charges that it misled customers about the way it priced trades, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Friday.

Citadel pays SEC $22.6 million to settle charges of misleading customers

Jan 17 2017

Citadel Securities, the market-making arm of billionaire hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin, has agreed to pay $22.6 million to settle charges that it misled customers about the way it priced trades, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Friday.

Citadel nears SEC settlement over customer orders -sources

Jan 12 2017

NEW YORK Citadel LLC has agreed to settle accusations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that its market-making arm misled customers about the routing of their stock orders, people familiar with the case told Reuters this week.

Exclusive: Citadel nears SEC settlement over customer orders - sources

Jan 12 2017

NEW YORK (Citadel LLC has agreed to settle accusations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that its market-making arm misled customers about the routing of their stock orders, people familiar with the case told Reuters this week.

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