Communications provider Sprint will pay $10 million to settle a Federal Communications Commission probe regarding tower registration and historic and environmental impact reviews for wireless infrastructure buildings. So reports Reuters.
Allies of President Trump expressed concern that recordings made by Michael Cohen may have been seized by the FBI. So reports The Hill.
Former NASCAR driver Tony Stewart and the family of Kevin Ward Jr., who was killed during a 2014 race involving Stewart in Canandaigua, New York, have reached a confidential settlement. So reports Syracuse.com.
Former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner has joined a cannabis company’s advisory board, and said he now supports the legalization of marijuana. So reports an WHAM 13, an ABC affiliate.
Former Chicago Department of Aviation Officer James Long, who was one of a number of officials involved in an incident with a United Airlines passenger last year, is suing the Department for not properly training him to deal with uncooperative passengers. So reports ABC News.