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A panel of judges has preemptively moved to prevent 1,000 COVID-19-related business interruption (BI) insurance lawsuits from consolidating, which would have swamped the one judge overseeing all the cases. Last week, a group of judges said that it would be too unwieldly for one judge to administer over 1,000 BI cases from all across the …

TipRanks 3 Big Dividend Stocks Yielding Over 7%; Compass Point Says ‘Buy’ President Trump’s announcement that he has tested positive for the corona virus has grabbed headlines, but the dog that didn’t bark presents a more interesting point. Wall Street isn’t so worried about corona virus anymore; the perception is, that the virus will fade …

Novak Djokovic’s relationship with line officials has been difficult of late and the Serbian risked their wrath again on Saturday when he suggested they were unnecessary. The 33-year-old world number one was dramatically defaulted in the U.S. Open fourth round after inadvertently hitting a female line judge in the throat with a loose ball. Now …

ATAC F1 Mirage WASHINGTON: The Air Force has awarded ATAC, Textron Systems’ military airborne training unit, a contract to provide adversary air combat training to F-22 and F-35 pilots at Eglin AFB, Florida — Textron the biggest winner in the initial round of the service’s overarching effort to outsource pilot training that eventually could be …

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron said Monday night that he will release the recording of the grand jury proceedings in the case of Breonna Taylor to the court on Wednesday. It is not clear when the recording will be available to the public, though his statement indicated he would not try to prevent it from …

Falcon 9 lands on SpaceX drone ship “Just Read The Instructions.” WASHINGTON: In advance of SpaceX’s planned launch of the fourth GPS III satellite on Tuesday, Space Force officials today revealed that the launch of the fifth bird next July for the first time will rely on a used Falcon 9 booster. A contract modification …

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A sailor watches an MH-60R Seahawk take off from the USS Wasp during Exercise Black Widow. WASHINGTON: The Navy’s newest fleet and submarine commands teamed up this week for an intensive anti-submarine drill off the East Coast, waters Navy commanders say are now open game for Russian submarines.  “This is where the fight is…where the …

Maj. Gen. Stephen Whiting WASHINGTON: Cyber defense is a top mission priority for the Space Force, says Maj. Gen. Stephen Whiting, deputy commander of the new service. “We know that cyber attack is where we are most likely to face the enemy in space,” Whiting said, if for no other reason than the barriers to …

Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley WASHINGTON: In what must have been music to Air Force acquisition chief Will Roper’s ears, Defense Secretary Mark Esper today sang the praises of the service’s Advanced Battle Management Network (ABMS) as critical to future combat operations against Russia and China. “This …