Month: April 2016

NW Territorial Mint Seeks Bankruptcy Protection After Losing Court Case

A gold and silver mint (and Challenge Coin producer) in Federal Way, WA that owes money to customers across the country has filed for bankruptcy. Northwest Territorial Mint filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy March 31, one day after a KING 5 report in which the owner admitted he owes money to 100 – 200 customers. But according to the bankruptcy filing, the number is 200 – 999. The move came a month after the company and its owner, Ross B. Hansen, were each hit with multimillion-dollar jury verdicts in a defamation and invasion of privacy lawsuit brought in Nevada...

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Mesa officer helps fellow veterans make transition from soldier to citizen

MESA, AZ – ABC15 celebrates a Mesa police officer who is helping other veterans make the transition from soldier to civilian. Before Sean Stoddard’s life as a Mesa cop, he was in the Army spending years of his life deployed in far away places like Iraq, Afghanistan, Cuba and Germany. After returning home, he saw how many of his fellow veterans were having difficulty making the transition to civilian life. Read the rest of this story on

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U.S. Cyber Command Chief Testifies on Challenges, Security Initiatives

WASHINGTON, April 5, 2016 — Over the past year U.S. Cyber Command has continued building capability and capacity and made progress in building its 133-team cyber mission force, all while operating at an increased tempo, Navy Adm. Michael S. Rogers told a Senate panel today. In testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, the Cybercom commander said the cyber mission force — made up of 13 national mission teams, 68 cyber protection teams, 27 combat mission teams and 25 support teams — will be built and fully operational by Sept. 30, 2018. Read the full story on...

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