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Graduating flight attendants the first of 64,000 Delta people to don new uniforms

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Cheers, gasps and thunderous applause greeted the May 25, 2018 graduating class of Delta's newest flight attendants as they strutted the stage today at the Marriott Gateway Hotel in Atlanta.

GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT SIGNS BILL TO IMPROVE EFFECTIVENESS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES AT VERMONT PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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Montpelier, Vt. — Governor Phil Scott today signed H.897, bipartisan legislation that improves the administration, effectiveness, availability and equity of services provided to students who require additional services.

DNREC, federal, local and conservation partners gather to celebrate completion of Mispillion Harbor restoration

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MISPILLION HARBOR – Against a backdrop of migrating shorebirds and spawning horseshoe crabs on the beach at Mispillion Harbor, DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin was joined by U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons, and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester to celebrate the completion of the Mispillion Harbor restoration. The three-year project restored the area in the wake of damage inflicted by a series of coastal storms including 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, and built resiliency against future storms impacting this vitally important habitat. Also joining the Secretary and the Congressional Delegation were U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Northeast Regional Director Wendi Weber, and National Fish & Wildlife Foundation Vice President of Conservation Programs Eric Schwaab.

reveals new look, responsive user experience

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There's a fresh face at Delta, and online shoppers are taking notice.

Rape, Exploitation of Children Result In Prison Sentences In Three Cases

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Richard White, a 41-year-old Wilmington man, will spend the rest of his life in prison for the repeated rape of a child. Over the course of 5 years beginning in November 2012, White repeatedly had sexual intercourse with the child, and took photos and videos of them having sex. A Superior Court judge sentenced White to life in prison for his January 2018 guilty plea to Rape Second Degree.

Memphis Belle opens at National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

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Special guests including National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Director retired Lt. Gen. John L. Hudson and Air Force Director of Staff Lt. Gen. Jacqueline D. Van Ovost cut the ceremonial ribbon for the public opening of the Memphis Belle at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Ohio, May 17, 2018.

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Operation Fan Heat Relief Distributing Fans Through October

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The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of Aging and Adult Services is partnering with the N.C. Area

PROVINCIAL FIRE BAN LIFTED, BURNING RESTRICTIONS REMAIN IN SOME PARKS

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With rainfall in many areas, the ban on open fires for all provincial Crown land south of the Churchill River, including provincial

Graduating flight attendants the first of 64,000 Delta people to don new uniforms

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Cheers, gasps and thunderous applause greeted the May 25, 2018 graduating class of Delta's newest flight attendants as they strutted the stage today at the Marriott Gateway Hotel in Atlanta.

Erie House Earns ExceleRate Illinois Gold Circle of Quality

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The Early Childhood Education program at Erie Neighborhood House received the Gold Circle of Quality designation—the highest level

GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT SIGNS BILL TO IMPROVE EFFECTIVENESS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES AT VERMONT PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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Montpelier, Vt. — Governor Phil Scott today signed H.897, bipartisan legislation that improves the administration, effectiveness, availability and equity of services provided to students who require additional services.

DNREC, federal, local and conservation partners gather to celebrate completion of Mispillion Harbor restoration

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MISPILLION HARBOR – Against a backdrop of migrating shorebirds and spawning horseshoe crabs on the beach at Mispillion Harbor, DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin was joined by U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons, and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester to celebrate the completion of the Mispillion Harbor restoration. The three-year project restored the area in the wake of damage inflicted by a series of coastal storms including 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, and built resiliency against future storms impacting this vitally important habitat. Also joining the Secretary and the Congressional Delegation were U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Northeast Regional Director Wendi Weber, and National Fish & Wildlife Foundation Vice President of Conservation Programs Eric Schwaab.

IMF Executive Board Approves New Two-Year US$11.4 Billion Flexible Credit Line Arrangement with Colombia

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The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved today a successor two-year arrangement for Colombia under

NBA Rumors: Paul Georges Agent Telling People Star Will Re-Sign With Thunder

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Paul George’s first season as a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder wasn’t as successful as he’d hoped, but that doesn’t mean

reveals new look, responsive user experience

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There's a fresh face at Delta, and online shoppers are taking notice.

Rape, Exploitation of Children Result In Prison Sentences In Three Cases

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Richard White, a 41-year-old Wilmington man, will spend the rest of his life in prison for the repeated rape of a child. Over the course of 5 years beginning in November 2012, White repeatedly had sexual intercourse with the child, and took photos and videos of them having sex. A Superior Court judge sentenced White to life in prison for his January 2018 guilty plea to Rape Second Degree.

Memphis Belle opens at National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

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Special guests including National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Director retired Lt. Gen. John L. Hudson and Air Force Director of Staff Lt. Gen. Jacqueline D. Van Ovost cut the ceremonial ribbon for the public opening of the Memphis Belle at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Ohio, May 17, 2018.

USTDA Connects U.S. Businesses to Telecom Opportunities in Brazil

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João Pessoa, BRAZIL – The U.S. Trade and Development Agency awarded a grant to the Paraíba State Data Processing Company (CODATA) supporting broadband network expansion and information and communications technologies upgrades in Paraíba. The technical assistance will help increase broadband access and digital inclusion across the state.

First Exhibition to Chronicle Formative Beginning of Gordon Parks's Career Premieres at the National Gallery of Art on November 4, 2018

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Washington, DC—Within just a decade, Gordon Parks (1912–2006) grew from a self-taught portrait photographer and photojournalist in

Exhibition Celebrating History of Humor in Prints and Drawings Opens at National Gallery of Art on July 15

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Washington, DC—Prints and drawings have consistently served as popular media for humor in art. Prints, which can be widely

Infant mortality rates higher in areas with more Christian fundamentalists, PSU study finds

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The odds of an infant dying before their first birthday are higher in counties with greater proportions of conservative Protestants,

Get Home Repair Advice May 29 to June 2 in Coamo and Ponce

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GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico –  As the people of Puerto Rico repair and rebuild homes, FEMA has teamedwith Sears and National Lumber to provide free information and tips on how to make homes strongerand safer.

NABJ Names 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 25, 2018) -- The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) has unveiled its Hall of Fame class of 2018

ZOA Strongly Criticizes Blocking Of Congressional Resolution Calling For U.S. Recognition Of Golan Heights As Part Of Israel

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Last week, House Foreign Affairs Committee Member Congressman Ron DeSantis (R–FL) introduced the proposal in the House of Representatives which would recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. However, as a result of this internal effort opposing  the resolution, the resolution was not put to a vote.

Susan Fallis Appointed Vice President of Behavioral Health Services

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Susan Fallis, RN, MSN, NEA-BC, was appointed to the position of Vice President of Behavioral Health Services. In this role, she will

Irving London, founding director of Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology, dies at 99

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Longtime biology professor and expert in hemoglobin synthesis was committed to the integration of biomedical research, education, and medical practice.

Peoples Climate Movement Launches Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Thursday, May 24, the Peoples Climate Movement held a telepresser to launch the “Rise for Climate, Jobs, and

How Research Saved My Life

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When Elyse NeMoyer was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in 1995, she says it felt like it came out of the blue.

PSU study finds big savings in removing dams over repairs

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A new study by Portland State University researchers finds billions of dollars could be saved if the nation's aging dams are removed

Cilia on Cells Adjacent to Tumors can Impact Signaling that Influences Cancer Growth and Response to Treatment

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Erica Golemis, PhDPHILADELPHIA (May 25, 2018) – A growing body of research shows that cilia, minuscule protuberances on the surface

Burgum directs flags at half-staff on Memorial Day, will honor military heroes at N.D. Veterans Cemetery

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Friday, May 25, 2018 - 2:30pmBISMARCK, N.D. – In observance of Memorial Day, Gov. Doug Burgum has directed all government agencies

Solutions to great chemical science challenges

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Speakers and hosts at the Alumni and Friends reception included: (l-r) Robert R. Taylor Professor Timothy Jamison, who serves as head of the Department of Chemistry; Dean of Science Mike Sipser; Associate Professor Elizabeth Nolan; and Associate Professor Jeremiah Johnson.
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