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N.C. Hurricane Relief Mission

Soldiers continue to help evacuate residents in flood-ravaged communities along North Carolina coastal plains six days after Hurricane Florence made landfall.

SOP newswireU.S. Affirms Support for Sri Lankan Fight Against Terrorists By Phillip Kurata - In a press conference and in a speech to the American Chamber of Commerce in Colombo, Sri Lanka, June 1, Boucher spelled out the U.S. policy on backing the democratically elected Sri Lankan government and identifying Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) as a terrorist organization that is causing the
George Curry (Former Featured Editor)Punishing the Kids of Illegal Immigrants - If you’re not a Native American, you’re an immigrant. We’re a country of immigrants.
SOP newswireHHS Approves Texas Plan to Expand Coverage to More Pregnant Women - More low-income pregnant women living in Texas will have access to critical prenatal care the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced today. The State of Texas estimates that 66,916 pregnant women will receive prenatal health care under this expansion of its State Children"s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).
SOP newswireEPA Issues Administrative Order to Mirant Potomac River - The Environmental Protection Agency’s mid-Atlantic region issued an Administrative Order by Consent today to Mirant Potomac River LLC (Mirant) regarding air quality issues at its Potomac River Generating Station in Alexandria, Va.
SOP newswireBig Green Power Partners Time To Step Up - Because of increasing demand for large-scale green power purchases, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Green Power Partnership members will raise the bar to maximize environmental benefits of purchasing green power from renewable sources of energy. Beginning in January 2007, the program will require partners to purchase 100 percent "new renewables" in meeting their m
Garrett GodwinYouth organization speaks at UN summit, urges clean energy development - The youth of America lent their voices to a United Nations summit on sustainable development and energy. The volunteer-driven youth organization, SustainUS, is a national organization that gives young people the power in helping make a better world that they live in and inherit one day.
SOP newswireEPA settles with TWF Industries for hazardous waste violations - CHICAGO (May 30, 2006) - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 has settled with TWF Industries Inc., Barrett, Minn., for alleged violations of federal and state rules on the management of hazardous waste. A $57,640 penalty will be paid.
SOP newswireMemorial Day Holiday originated in tiny village of Waterloo, New York - Washington -- The Memorial Day holiday celebrated by Americans on the last Monday of each May represents for many the unofficial beginning of summer. An estimated 37.6 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more over the long holiday weekend, as they seek out friends and family, beaches and amusement parks, while others relax and enjoy the warm
SOP newswireU.S. Department of Homeland Security Launches Ready Business Mentoring Initiative in Time for Hurricane Season - Designed as a call-to-action for business leaders, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security launched today the Ready Business Mentoring Initiative.
SOP newswireSummer Smog Season Begins - With warmer weather finally reminding us that June is almost here, and with Memorial Day weekend being the unofficial start of summer, EPA reminds New Englanders to be prepared if there is poor air quality this summer by taking advantage of free air quality forecasts and alerts. Remember, you can protect your health by paying attention to local air quality.
SOP newswireEPA Stops Hazardous Waste Violations At Christiansted Dry Cleaners - In a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the owner of Tropical Cleaners and Launderers in Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands pledged to comply with federal rules for identifying, handling and disposing of hazardous waste at the facility. EPA cited the dry cleaner for burning hazardous waste in the backyard of the store, among other violations. Under the terms of the agreement, the owner, Krisendat Bhola
Justin BrandtRedneck Drops Infant/That Whole Middle East Thingy - A look at what is happening in sensationalist American news. Justin Brandt speaks his mind.
SOP newswireEPA Posts Additional Sampling of Sediment in Flood Impacted Areas - On May 19th, EPA posted results from sediment samples collected in March and April 2006 in the flood-impacted areas of New Orleans. These samples target public areas in residential neighborhoods where people are returning to their homes. Samples collected were analyzed for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, pesticides/PCBs, herbicides, diesel and oil range organic chemicals and metals. Results of the samples collected are being compared to Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
SOP newswireDavis Applauds House Passage of Provision Easing Security Clearance Crisis - Washington, May 11 - Washington, D.C. – Government Reform Committee Chairman Tom Davis (R-VA-11th) applauded House passage of an amendment he offered with two colleagues to ease the crisis facing the defense contracting community caused by the recent Defense Department decision to stop processing security clearances.
SOP newswireDHS Awards $20 Million in Equipment to Local Law Enforcement and Fire Departments - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced awards today to more than 1,100 local police and fire departments totaling more than $20 million as part of the second phase of the fiscal year 2005 Commercial Equipment Direct Assistance Program (CEDAP).
SOP newswireTemporary Worker Program Designed To Address Economic Despair - Washington -- President Bush’s plan for immigration reform and border security is designed to deter illegal immigration to the United States, in part by dealing with the
SOP newswireBush Urges National Guard Support for Border Patrol Operations By Stephen Kaufman - Washington -- U.S. National Guard troops would support U.S. Border Patrol personnel in a plan President Bush will present to the American people during a televised address May 15.
SOP newswireMore Than 50 Million Americans Report Some Level of Disability - About 18 percent of Americans in 2002 said they had a disability, and 12 percent had a severe disability, according to a report released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. Among people with disabilities, more than half of those 21 to 64 years old had a job, more than 4-in-10 of those ages 15 to 64 used a computer at home and a quarter of those age 25 to 64 had a college degree.
SOP newswireHousing Developer to Pay $130,000 in Penalties to Settle Clean Water Act Violations - PHILADELPHIA – Gambone Development Co. and affiliated real estate development companies – Glenn Farms L.P., and Reserve at Springton L.P. – have settled alleged Clean Water Act violations at three Gambone construction sites in Montgomery and Berks counties, Pa., the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced.
SOP newswireUNH Applauded by EPA for First ENERGY STAR Residence Halls in U.S. - The University of New Hampshire has attained the distinction of being the first institution in the United States to earn the ENERGY STAR designation for residence halls. By taking steps to ensure significant energy efficiency in dormitories, UNH will both save money and help reduce harmful emissions into the atmosphere, including greenhouse gases.
Maria GrellaGoogle This: Lawsuit - A member of the Nassau County Legislature has brought a lawsuit against a major internet search engine. Jeffrey Toback brings the suit against Google, claiming the company is making its earnings from pornography. Toback filed the 16-page complaint with the state Supreme Court
Garrett GodwinRumsfeld: U.S. stands firm on fight in Afghan drug trafficking problem - Nearly two weeks ago, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld told reporters at a Pentagon press briefing that money from the narcotics trade is a risk to Afghanistan and said that the United States has stood by the work of Afghanistan's government and its allies to fight drug trafficking.
SOP newswire8 Facilities in the Southeast Commit to Environmental Improvements - Eight facilities in the American Southeast have made a commitment to environmental improvement beyond current legal requirements. These facilities join 29 others throughout the nation as new members in the National Environmental Performance Track program.
SOP newswireEnvironmental Progress in US-Mexico Border Region - Washington, D.C. - April 27, 2006) U.S. and Mexican officials met today to report significant progress in improving the border area's environmental health at the National Coordinators' Meeting of the Border 2012 Program. Accomplishments to date include:
SOP newswireExercise lets Airmen prepare for real thing by Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey S. Walston - EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska (AFPN) -- Surface-to-air “threats” are frequent at Red Flag-Alaska 06-2, as aircrews try to slip past simulated, enemy ground fire during the exercise that began here April 24.
Inactive WriterA Day Without an Immigrant - May 1st has been set as another day when immigrants from all over the country will take the immigration reform debate back to the streets. Organizers of the immigration marches are promising a even bigger protest, this time including boycotts, general strike, and those who cannot attend have been urged to wear a white arm band to indicate their support to the cause.
SOP newswirePress Briefing by Deputy National Security Advisor Faryar Shirzad - MR. JONES: Good afternoon, everyone. I'd like to welcome you to this briefing. It will be on the record with two people from the National Security Council. We have Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs, Mr. Faryar Shirzad; as well as Acting Director for Asian Affairs of the National Security Council, Mr. Dennis Wilder. They're here to talk
SOP newswireJewish American Heritage Month, 2006 - When the first Jewish settlers came to this land, they sought a place of promise where they could practice their faith in freedom and live in liberty. During Jewish American Heritage Month, we celebrate the rich history of the Jewish people in America and honor the great contributions they have made to our country.
Maria GrellaU.S. & China Strengthen Trade Relations - According to Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez the Bush administration will continue to keep U.S. markets open to Chinese products, but only if China shows progress on certain issues. Those points affected are market entry, transparency and a stronger enforcement
SOP newswireVirginia Organizations Recognized for Bay Protection Efforts - LEXINGTON, Va. -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation today recognized five Virginia organizations for their innovative storm water management practices throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
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