Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - The National Park Service (NPS) announced today the 2014 Appleman-Judd-Lewis Awards for Excellence in Cultural Resources Stewardship and Management. Four NPS employees were recognized for their unique accomplishments in cultural resource preservation that included the multi-million-dollar restoration of a historic home, the effective incorporation of former military barracks into a national historic site, the development of important treatment recommendations for historic structures, and the creation of an underwater artifact conservation lab.
U.S. Chamber’s CATI Commends Internet of Things Working Group, Highlights Economic Benefits of Innovative Technology
Washington, DC - U.S. Chamber of Commerce Center for Advanced Technology & Innovation President Amanda Eversole today issued the following statement regarding introduction of the “Developing Innovation and Growing the Internet of Things (DIGIT) Act” in the Senate:
NSC Spokesperson Ned Price on National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice's Meeting with Central African Republic Transitional President Catherine Samba-Panza
Washington, DC - National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice met today with President of the Transitional Government of the Central African Republic Catherine Samba-Panza to congratulate her and the people of the Central African Republic on the recent peaceful national elections and the upcoming conclusion of the country’s transitional period.
Washington, DC - As we celebrate the first anniversary of Let Girls Learn - and March as Women’s History Month - the First Lady will participate in a series of events in support of adolescent girls’ education around the world. Globally, more than 62 million girls are not in school - more than half of whom are adolescent - because of complex physical, cultural, and financial barriers in accessing education.
Los Angeles, California - Latinas who eat processed meats such as bacon and sausage may have an increased risk for breast cancer, according to a new study that did not find the same association among white women.
Los Angeles, California - Antidepressants can shrink and stunt cancerous brain tumors that are otherwise difficult to treat, an international team of researchers has found.