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Air Force Cans 9 ICBM Launch Officers In Cheating Scandal, Unveils Nuke Recommendations

Air Force Cans 9 ICBM Launch Officers In Cheating Scandal, Unveils Nuke Recommendations

UPDATED: Malmstrom Commander Resigns; Two Senior Officers, 7 Others Fired CORRECTED Name Of Head of Air Force Global Strike Command 8:02 pm PENTAGON: The Air Force has fired two senior officers and seven other commanders as part of its “unprecedented” bid to fix the troubled nuclear missile force and accepted the voluntary resignation of the commander of… Keep reading →

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As of April 1, 2014, it became more convenient to pay a traffic ticket from your mobile device. Marion Superior Court in partnership with Local Government Online (LoGO) Indiana, a subsidiary of NIC Inc. (NASDAQ: EGOV) revamped their online traffic ticket payment application to be mobile-friendly, making it easily accessible from a mobile phone or… Keep reading →

This year, it will be easier than ever for residents of Nevada County to pay their property and real estate taxes. The Tax Collector’s Office today announced that it is taking credit card payments, meaning residents can avoid lines at the Collector’s Office and pay their taxes from anywhere with an Internet connection. “We are… Keep reading →

Georgetown University Energy Prize: WHAT: National launch of the Georgetown University Energy Prize, a multi-year incentive competition that challenges small- to medium-size U.S. communities to rethink energy use, and implement creative strategies to increase and sustain efficiency. The list of 49 U.S. communities who have signed a Letter of Intent to compete will be unveiled…. Keep reading →

Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation today that adds New York to the list of states that have passed the National Popular Vote bill. New York is the 11th state to pass such legislation and adds 29 electoral votes to the National Popular Vote plan, bringing the total number of electoral votes to 165, or 61… Keep reading →

Attorneys from Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. submitted an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court in United States v. Castleman on behalf of the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), the Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and Appeals Project, Legal Momentum, and local domestic-violence coalitions in more than forty states…. Keep reading →

As part of its ongoing campaign to improve the delivery of health services throughout Los Angeles, health and public policy advocates affiliated with AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) will submit 103,093 petition signatures today for a ballot initiative to allow Los Angeles voters to weigh in on creating a Los Angeles City Health Commission. 67,635 valid… Keep reading →

The National Retail Federation is moving forward with the creation of a program that will provide retailers access to information on cybersecurity threats identified by retailers, government and law enforcement agencies and partners in the financial services sector. The program, developed in consultation with the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), will launch… Keep reading →

As of April 10, 2014, law enforcement professionals across the nation will have a powerful new tool that will change the way they and the public respond to suspected terrorist and criminal acts and large-scale emergencies. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) has partnered with CitizenGlobal, a leading eyewitness video and photo platform, to… Keep reading →

Fueled by the growth of distributed generation and the desire of consumers and businesses to move toward greater independence in their use of electricity, the microgrid concept has moved steadily toward the mainstream in the last few years. The main technology components of microgrids have made significant headway, and Navigant Research’s analysis indicates that the… Keep reading →

The American Legion’s national commander, Daniel M. Dellinger, told Congress at a hearing today that Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) leaders must be held accountable for mistakes that result in needless deaths at its medical facilities. “Patient deaths are tragic – preventable deaths are unacceptable,” Dellinger told the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. “But failure… Keep reading →

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