US turns to new ways to punish Russian oligarchs for the war
The U.S. has begun an aggressive new push to inflict pain on Russia’s economy and specifically its oligarchs with the intent of thwarting the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine. From the Treasury Department to the Justice Department, U.S. officials will focus on efforts to legally liquidate the property of Russian oligarchs, expand financial penalties on those who facilitate the evasion of sanctions, and close loopholes in the law that allow oligarchs to use shell companies to move through the U.S. financial system.news.yahoo.com
Oligarchs speaking out against the war signal that Putin is losing his grip on Russia's elite, says the head of the Justice Department's KleptoCapture group
"That is the signal that I would look for in terms of the solidity and stability of Putin's grip on these people," Andrew Adams told CNN.news.yahoo.com
Mother of two Keira D’Amato becomes fastest American woman to run a marathon
A 37-year-old mother of two has become the fastest American woman to run a marathon. Keira D’Amato, who previously took seven years off from running to get married and have kids, won the Houston Marathon on Sunday in two hours, 19 minutes and 12 seconds — breaking the previous U.S. record by 12 seconds.news.yahoo.com
Sheriff: 12 men looking for teen sex arrested
A sting called Operation Guardian set up by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and other agencies to lure men looking for sex with juveniles netted 12 arrests, and more are expected, Sheriff John Rutherford announced Friday morning. Law enforcement personnel from Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Clay and St. Johns County, Gainesville, Daytona Beach and other agencies set up fake social media accounts and posted messages as if they were minors and waited for men to contact them.