Indal Technologies, a unit of Curtiss-Wright Corp, has agreed to pay $3.5 million to resolve allegations that it knowingly sold defective military equipment to the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Justice Department said on Monday.


00


Reuters

Latest News

NewYorkTimes: Nets’ G.M. Suspended for Going Into the Referees’ Locker Room

CNN: Mueller report vindicates years of Russia reporting

CNN: Mueller report reveals White House of lies

CNN: Stelter asks: Why does Sarah Sanders still have a job?

ABC: Kansas State receiver Hunter Rison suspended after arrest

WashingtonPost: Khris Davis owns sports’ greatest statistical oddity ever

FOX: FBI arrests member of armed militia accused of detaining migrants in New Mexico

FOX: Rep. DeSaulnier on Mueller report fallout: American voters need to know our elections are under attack

FOX: Rep. Ratcliffe: Mueller report proves Donald Trump was telling the truth about collusion

FOX: Abandoned vehicle found near Mexico border amid search for missing California girl, 2 murder suspects

FOX: Florida thieves use sledgehammers to steal over $340G of jewelry: police

FOX: Comedian and actor elected as new president of Ukraine, polls show

CNN: A tragic Holy Week culminates in an Easter Sunday horror

CNN: A tragic Holy Week culminates in an Easter Sunday horror

CBS: Social media blocked in Sri Lanka after attacks

CBS: Full episode: April 21, 2019

CBC: Ukraine's Poroshenko concedes defeat to comedian rival Zelenskiy in presidential vote

BBC: One-Day Cup: Somerset snatch thrilling win over Glam

BBC: Nigeria coach Rohr rules out new players for 2019 Nations Cup

ABC: Accuracy at core of Supreme Court case over census question

ABC: Large brawl involving mostly teenagers at Worlds of Fun

FOX: 'Saturday Night Live' star Michael Che attacks writer who criticized 'Weekend Update' co-host Colin Jost

FOX: Florida thieves use sledgehammers to steal over $340G of jewelry: police

Related Article from 2018-10-15