By Heide Brandes OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - A mobile home belonging to the daughter of Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin will be removed from its parking spot on the grounds of the governor’s mansion after it was found to be in violation of zoning laws, the governor said on Wednesday. Christina Fallin, 28, has been living in the travel trailer near the state capitol since April and will vacate the property by Sunday.
By Doina Chiacu WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The new leader of the Transportation Security Administration said on Wednesday his top priority would be to close security gaps at airport checkpoints where an internal report showed 96 percent of undercover tests failed. Peter Neffenger, the agency's new administrator, told a congressional panel that front-line TSA employees would be trained by September to avoid the pitfalls that led to those failures. "My highest priority is to ensure solutions to the recent covert testing failures," Neffenger said.
U.S. District Judge Dale Fischer in Los Angeles, who dismissed a version of the complaint in March, said on Tuesday the Oklahoma Firefighters Pension and Retirement System did not show the defendants defrauded shareholders by concealing the company's inability to track retail sales. The judge also said that CEO Michael Johnson's reducing his Herbalife stake by a net 12 percent over roughly one year, while "undeniably large," did not raise suspicions, nor did disclosures that top executives expected "some form of disciplinary action" over the company's business practices. "Herbalife openly disclosed that it was susceptible to legal challenge precisely because its practices occupy the gray area between legitimate multi-level marketing company and illegal pyramid scheme," Fischer wrote.