Fire Prevention: Plan 2 Ways Out

October 10, 2017

Would you know what to do if there was a fire in your home? It’s something no one really wants to think about, but the reality is having a well thought out plan can save […]

Urban Art Is Changing Downtown Streetscapes

September 29, 2017

By Kay Whatley, Editor Adding art to cityscapes not only allows people to enjoy seeing unique art pieces on their daily travels, it provides an opportunity for artists to share their talents and make an […]

42 Million Americans Mark Minimum Wage Milestone

July 25, 2017

By Kelsea-Marie Pym, patrioticmillionaires.org On July 24, 2017, an estimated 42 million American who make under $15 an hour mark the 8th year since the last time the federal minimum wage was raised. These working Americans, […]

First-ever Helicopter-based Firing of High Energy Laser

June 26, 2017

Raytheon and US Army Apache Program Management Office Demonstrate Feasibility of Ground Attack By Sally McDonough, raytheon.com Raytheon Company and the US Army Apache Program Management Office, in collaboration with US Special Operations Command, recently completed […]

Majority of Americans Favor Keeping Youth Out of Prisons

February 13, 2017

New Poll Shows Strong Support for Community-Based Alternatives to Incarceration to Rehabilitate Youth By Lincoln Mondy, Berlin Rosen A new poll released February 13, 2017, by Youth First shows that 78 percent of Americans favor keeping young […]

Library of Congress Adds Artwork to WWI Display

December 21, 2016

A New Selection of 28 Posters, Prints, Drawings and Photographs Now on Display in the Library of Congress Exhibition “World War I: American Artists View the Great War” By Donna Urschel, Library of Congress The exhibition […]

Census Bureau Released Halloween Numbers

October 24, 2016

“Profile American Facts for Features” for Halloween With less than two weeks to go before Halloween, the US Census Bureau released facts and figures related to October 31, 2016. Numbers reported by the Census Burea are […]

President Obama Issues Policy Directive on Cuba

October 14, 2016

This Presidential Policy Directive (PPD), issued October 14, 2016, by The White House — President Barack Obama — provides background and forward-looking statements on United States-Cuba “Normalization.” The PPD is include below in its entirety, and […]

Census Bureau Released Thanksgiving Numbers

October 4, 2016

“Profile American Facts for Features” for Thanksgiving Day Thanksgiving Day is November 24, 2016. Yes, it is still more than a month away!  Yet, the US Census Bureau today released totals and estimates for how […]

American Kratom Association Responds to DEA Proposed Action

September 29, 2016

“DEA Push to Schedule Natural Herb Kratom will Harm Veterans, Seniors, and Other Americans” Released by Angela Ross, americankratom.org Hundreds of Thousands of Kratom Consumers Have Urged DEA to Stop Classification of Coffee-Like Botanical As a Major […]

Rubber-y Ham Recalled

September 21, 2016

502 Boundary Blvd. Recalls Black Forest Ham Products Due To Possible Foreign Matter Contamination Released by Julie Schwartz, fsis.usda.gov 502 Boundary Blvd. Inc. — formerly known as Fletcher’s Fine Foods Ltd — in Algona, Washington, is recalling approximately 8,694 pounds of […]

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