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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Jim Lewis
A federal jury on Friday convicted the daughter of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright of money laundering and making false statements in connection with the alleged misuse of a grant from the state of Illinois.
The Pentagon is pressing federal and commercial players to yield as much space as they can on the electromagnetic radiation frequency spectrum to help meet the voracious appetite of the U.S. military's current fleet of drones and its next generation F-35 stealth jet.
After facing angry activists, second-guessers and lawsuits in 2013, Gov. Pat McCrory likely found some relief in small-town North Carolina as he began in his second year in office.
Lewis most recently was an assistant coach and scout for the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks, a team he left in May. He previously was a head coach or assistant with three other WNBA teams and spent 14 years as George Mason's coach.
More than 80 years after Mickey Mouse piloted "Steamboat Willie" and whistled his way into the hearts of children across the world, he has finally reached the shores of Hawaii.
Georgetown interim head coach Jim Lewis yells to his team during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Xavier in the 2014 Big east women's basketball tournament in Chicago, Saturday, March 8, 2014.
"Jeri Wright chose to participate in the fraud, chose to receive and launder a portion of the proceeds of the fraud, and chose to repeatedly lie to law enforcement and a federal grand jury," said U.S. Attorney Jim Lewis said in a statement after the verdict. "If you take and misuse government money, and then lie about it, you will be held accountable in a court of law."