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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Remarks at the U.S.-Nigeria Binational Commission

Remarks at the U.S.-Nigeria Binational Commission

Remarks With Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev

Remarks With Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Bruce Andrews Delivers Keynote Remarks at the Strata Hadoop Conference | Department of Commerce

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Bruce Andrews Delivers Keynote Remarks at the Strata Hadoop Conference | Department of Commerce

Remarks With Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh

Remarks With Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh

Labor Secretary Perez’s statement on US Supreme Court ruling in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association - United States Department of Labor

Labor Secretary Perez’s statement on US Supreme Court ruling in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association - United States Department of Labor: WASHINGTON – U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez issued the following statement on today’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association “Today’s Supreme Court ruling is an important victory for public employees, for their right to have a voice at work, for their right to stand together and speak up for the things that matter to them, their families and their communities.

Our Common Struggle Against Violent Extremism

Our Common Struggle Against Violent Extremism

Greenland's Ice Sheet From 40,000 Feet

Greenland's Ice Sheet From 40,000 Feet

PEST CONTROL COMPANY TO PAY $10 MILLION FOR APPLYING RESTRICTED-USE PESTICIDE TO RESIDENTIAL LOCATIONS

FROM:  U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT 
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
TERMINIX Companies Agree to Pay $10 Million for Applying Restricted-Use Pesticide to Residences in the U.S. Virgin Islands

All TERMINIX Locations Have Ceased Using Pesticides Containing Methyl Bromide in the United States Employees Illegally Applied Pesticides Containing Methyl Bromide to Residences in St. John, St. Croix, and St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.

The pest control corporation Terminix International Company LP (TERMINIX LP) and its U.S. Virgin Islands operation Terminix International USVI LLC (TERMINIX, USVI), were charged today with multiple violations of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act for illegally applying fumigants containing methyl bromide in multiple residential locations in the U.S. Virgin Islands, including the condominium resort complex in St. John where a family of four fell seriously ill last year after the unit below them was fumigated, the Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today.  

In a plea agreement, TERMINIX LP and TERMINIX, USVI agreed to pay a total of $10 million in criminal fines, community service and restitution payments.  Except for completing one government contract at the Port of Baltimore, TERMINIX LP has stopped using pesticides containing methyl bromide in the United States and U.S. Territories.  Under the agreement TERMINIX, USVI will pay $5 million in fines and $1 million in restitution to the EPA for response and clean-up costs at the St. John resort.  TERMINIX LP will pay a fine of $3 million and will fund a $1 million community service project in the U.S.V.I.  The plea agreement is subject to approval by the district court.

“When misused, highly toxic pesticides can have catastrophic consequences, and that’s why those who are certified to apply them must do so responsibly and lawfully,” said Assistant Attorney General John C. Cruden for the Justice Department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division.  “The facts in this case show the Terminix companies knowingly failed to properly manage their pest control operations in the U.S. Virgin Islands, allowing pesticides containing methyl bromide to be applied illegally and exposing a family of four to profoundly debilitating injuries.  While on probation the companies are required to demonstrate to the EPA changes to their internal management and systems to ensure this type of tragedy does not reoccur.”

“This prosecution demonstrates the importance of complying with environmental laws and regulations,” said U.S. Attorney Ronald W. Sharpe of the District of the Virgin Islands.  “Tragically, the defendants' failure to do so resulted in catastrophic injuries to the victims and exposed many others to similar harm.  The United States Attorney’s Office is committed to the enforcement of environmental laws and will take all necessary steps to hold those who violate these laws criminally accountable and to protect residents and visitors of the Virgin Islands.”

“When you break a law that protects public health, there are real victims and real consequences, as this case tragically shows,” said Assistant Administrator Cynthia Giles for EPA’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance.  “This incident illustrates how important it is for EPA to enforce environmental laws and hold anyone accountable for endangering our safety.  Today’s charges should send a clear message to the industry, and directs important funds toward training programs to help ensure this can’t happen again.”

In 1984 EPA banned the indoor use of methyl bromide products.  The few remaining uses are severely restricted.  Pesticides containing methyl bromide in the U.S. are restricted-use due to their acute toxicity, meaning that they must only be applied by a certified applicator.  Health effects of acute exposure to methyl bromide are serious and include central nervous system and respiratory system damage.  Pesticides can be very toxic and it is critically important that they be used only as approved by EPA.

After the government began its investigation, TERMINIX LP voluntarily ceased its use of methyl bromide in the U.S. and in U.S. territories, except for one remaining supervised government contract.

According to the information filed in federal court in the U.S. District Court of the Virgin Islands today, the defendants knowingly applied restricted-use fumigants at the Sirenusa resort in St. John for the purpose of exterminating household pests on or about Oct. 20, 2014, and on or about March 18, 2015.  The companies were also charged with applying the restricted-use pesticide in 12 residential units in St. Croix and one additional unit in St. Thomas between September 2012 and February 2015.

According to the factual basis of the plea agreement, TERMINIX, USVI provided pest control services in the Virgin Islands including fumigation treatments for Powder Post Beetles, a common problem in the islands.  These fumigation treatments were referred to as “tape and seal” jobs, meaning that the affected area was to be sealed off from the rest of the structure with plastic sheeting and tape prior to the introduction of the fumigant.  Customers were generally told that after a treatment persons could not enter the building for a two to three-day period.

On or about March 18, 2015, two employees of TERMINIX, USVI, performed a fumigation pesticide treatment at the lower rental unit of Building J at Sirenusa in St. John.  The upper unit in Building J was occupied by a Delaware family of four.  Via various means, methyl bromide from the lower unit migrated to the upper unit of Building J, causing serious injury to and hospitalization of the entire family.  

EPA regional staff responded immediately to the incident in St. John, securing the scene, performing testing and addressing the contamination.  Within days, the EPA sent out a pesticide use warning to pesticides applicators in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, followed by a broader pesticide notice to regulators in all states, the British Virgin Islands, and to other Caribbean and Latin American countries.

As a special condition of the companies’ three year probation, the defendants shall make good faith efforts to resolve past and future medical expenses for the family through separate civil proceedings.  If they do not do so before the end of the probationary period, they would be subject to an order of restitution and the government may petition the District Court to reopen the sentencing proceedings to seek recovery of past and future medical and other expenses.

The $10 million penalty includes $8 million in criminal fines, $1 million in restitution to the EPA for response and clean-up costs, and a $1 million community service payment to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation for the purpose of engaging a third party to provide training to pesticide applicators in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The case was investigated by EPA Criminal Investigation Division working cooperatively with the Virgins Islands government and, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.

Senior Litigation Counsel Howard P. Stewart of the Department of Justice, Environmental Crimes Section, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Kim L. Chisholm of the District of the Virgin Islands are prosecuting the case with assistance of Patricia Hick, EPA Region II Regional Criminal Enforcement Counsel.

The investigation is ongoing.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Latin America and the Future of Internet Governance

Latin America and the Future of Internet Governance

US Labor Department announces final rule to improve U.S. workers’ protection from the dangers of ‘respirable’ silica dust - United States Department of Labor

US Labor Department announces final rule to improve U.S. workers’ protection from the dangers of ‘respirable’ silica dust - United States Department of Labor: WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration today announced a final rule to improve protections for workers exposed to respirable silica dust. The rule will curb lung cancer, silicosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and kidney disease in America’s workers by limiting their exposure to respirable crystalline silica.

Health.mil - Effect of smartphones on vision and health of service members

Health.mil - Effect of smartphones on vision and health of service members

This Week @ NASA, March 25, 2016

This Week @ NASA, March 25, 2016: Earth Expeditions kickoff, Kepler captures the shockwave of an exploding star, cargo launches to the International Space Station, and more..

Simulated Atmosphere of a Hot Gas Giant

Simulated Atmosphere of a Hot Gas Giant

Ocean temperatures predict U.S. heat waves 50 days out | NSF - National Science Foundation

Ocean temperatures predict U.S. heat waves 50 days out | NSF - National Science Foundation

http://www1.eeoc.gov/eeoc/newsroom/release/3-22-16.cfm

http://www1.eeoc.gov/eeoc/newsroom/release/3-22-16.cfm

Monday, March 28, 2016

Remarks at the Silica Final Rule Announcement, International Masonry Institute Training Center, Bowie, MD, March 24, 2016 - United States Department of Labor

Remarks at the Silica Final Rule Announcement, International Masonry Institute Training Center, Bowie, MD, March 24, 2016 - United States Department of Labor: [as prepared for delivery] Good morning, and thanks to everyone for joining us today for an historic announcement. Tom, thank you for that kind introduction. Thank you for your courage in sharing the anguish of losing your dad so tragically and unnecessarily. I don’t blame you for being outraged, as you said in the video. Today, we’re taking a step that I hope honors your father’s memory as best we can. We can’t bring him back, but we can do everything in our power to make sure others don’t suffer the way he did.

Remarks on the Conflict in Southern Thailand

Remarks on the Conflict in Southern Thailand

Remarks With Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu

Remarks With Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu

Remarks at the UN Security Council Open Debate on Women, Peace, and Security: the Role of Women in Conflict Prevention and Resolutions in Africa | usun.state.gov

Remarks at the UN Security Council Open Debate on Women, Peace, and Security: the Role of Women in Conflict Prevention and Resolutions in Africa | usun.state.gov

Friday, March 25, 2016

Remarks With Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel

Remarks With Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel

Flint water crisis: For young engineers, a lesson on the importance of listening | NSF - National Science Foundation

Flint water crisis: For young engineers, a lesson on the importance of listening | NSF - National Science Foundation

2015 Annual Report of the Government of the United States of America for the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights Initiative

2015 Annual Report of the Government of the United States of America for the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights Initiative

A Policy Perspective at the Fifth Key Verification Assets Fund Program Review

A Policy Perspective at the Fifth Key Verification Assets Fund Program Review

On The Occasion of Greek National Day

On The Occasion of Greek National Day

Video: Changing ocean chemistry may threaten Antarctic food chain | NSF - National Science Foundation

Video: Changing ocean chemistry may threaten Antarctic food chain | NSF - National Science Foundation

Thursday, March 24, 2016

US Labor Department announces final rule to improve U.S. workers’ protection from the dangers of ‘respirable’ silica dust - United States Department of Labor

US Labor Department announces final rule to improve U.S. workers’ protection from the dangers of ‘respirable’ silica dust - United States Department of Labor

Remarks With Russian President Vladimir Putin

Remarks With Russian President Vladimir Putin

Remarks on “The Role of the Arts in Helping to End Human Trafficking” at a Special Interactive CSW Panel | usun.state.gov

Remarks on “The Role of the Arts in Helping to End Human Trafficking” at a Special Interactive CSW Panel | usun.state.gov

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Delivers Remarks at Signing of U.S.-Argentine Memorandum of Intent as Part of President Obama's Trip to Argentina | Department of Commerce

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Delivers Remarks at Signing of U.S.-Argentine Memorandum of Intent as Part of President Obama's Trip to Argentina | Department of Commerce

Global State of the Movement

Global State of the Movement

Community college teams propose ways to improve natural resource sustainability | NSF - National Science Foundation

Community college teams propose ways to improve natural resource sustainability | NSF - National Science Foundation

NASA Sends Fire, Meteor Experiments to International Space Station on Commercial Cargo Spacecraft

NASA Sends Fire, Meteor Experiments to International Space Station on Commercial Cargo Spacecraft

MSHA chief notes dramatic accomplishments, challenges in mine safety - United States Department of Labor

MSHA chief notes dramatic accomplishments, challenges in mine safety - United States Department of Labor

Keynote Remarks at U.S.-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum

Keynote Remarks at U.S.-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Transfer of Ladislas Ntaganzwa to Rwanda by the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Transfer of Ladislas Ntaganzwa to Rwanda by the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Remarks Before Russian Young Professionals Roundtable

Remarks Before Russian Young Professionals Roundtable

Liftoff of Cygnus Cargo Ship, Atlas V Rocket on Mission to International Space Station

Liftoff of Cygnus Cargo Ship, Atlas V Rocket on Mission to International Space Station

Grant to provide $615K for re-employment services to workers affected by layoffs at Assurant Health, Wells Fargo in Milwaukee - United States Department of Labor

Grant to provide $615K for re-employment services to workers affected by layoffs at Assurant Health, Wells Fargo in Milwaukee - United States Department of Labor

Acoustic technique presents fresh take on water treatment | NSF - National Science Foundation

Acoustic technique presents fresh take on water treatment | NSF - National Science Foundation

Predicting severe hail storms | NSF - National Science Foundation

Predicting severe hail storms | NSF - National Science Foundation

Monday, March 21, 2016

Women and Countering Violent Extremism

Women and Countering Violent Extremism

Women and Countering Violent Extremism

Women and Countering Violent Extremism

Remarks at a UN Security Council Open Debate on Prevention and Resolution of Conflicts in the Great Lakes Region | usun.state.gov

Remarks at a UN Security Council Open Debate on Prevention and Resolution of Conflicts in the Great Lakes Region | usun.state.gov

On the Occasion of the Republic of Namibia's National Day

On the Occasion of the Republic of Namibia's National Day

Human-driven carbon release rate unprecedented in past 66 million years | NSF - National Science Foundation

Human-driven carbon release rate unprecedented in past 66 million years | NSF - National Science Foundation

On World Water Day, scientists peer into rivers to answer water availability questions | NSF - National Science Foundation

On World Water Day, scientists peer into rivers to answer water availability questions | NSF - National Science Foundation

Sunday, March 20, 2016

NASA Targets Early April for Eighth SpaceX Cargo Launch

NASA Targets Early April for Eighth SpaceX Cargo Launch: Media accreditation now is open for the April launch of a cargo resupply service mission to the International Space Station. SpaceX’s Dragon cargo spacecraft is targeted for launch at 4:43 p.m. EDT Friday, April 8.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Message on the Occasion of Nowruz

Message on the Occasion of Nowruz

Science Papers Reveal New Aspects of Pluto and its Moons

Science Papers Reveal New Aspects of Pluto and its Moons: A year ago, Pluto was just a bright speck in the cameras of NASA’s approaching New Horizons spacecraft, not much different than its appearances in telescopes since Clyde Tombaugh discovered the then-ninth planet in 1930.

Remarks at the UN Commission on the Status of Women | usun.state.gov

Remarks at the UN Commission on the Status of Women | usun.state.gov

Remarks at “Women’s Voices from North Korea: Repression and Resilience” a Panel Discussion with North Korean Defectors at the U.S. Mission | usun.state.gov

Remarks at “Women’s Voices from North Korea: Repression and Resilience” a Panel Discussion with North Korean Defectors at the U.S. Mission | usun.state.gov

Reviewing the Administration's Nuclear Agenda

Reviewing the Administration's Nuclear Agenda

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Envisioning supercomputers of the future | NSF - National Science Foundation

Envisioning supercomputers of the future | NSF - National Science Foundation

http://disa.mil/News/Stories/2016/SEAC-Visit

http://disa.mil/News/Stories/2016/SEAC-Visit

Remarks at a UN Security Council Debate on MINUSTAH | usun.state.gov

Remarks at a UN Security Council Debate on MINUSTAH | usun.state.gov

Potential Zika virus risk estimated for 50 U.S. cities | NSF - National Science Foundation

Potential Zika virus risk estimated for 50 U.S. cities | NSF - National Science Foundation

Remarks on on Daesh and Genocide

Remarks on on Daesh and Genocide

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Combating Global Anti-Semitism in 2016

Combating Global Anti-Semitism in 2016

On The Occasion of St. Patrick's Day in Ireland

On The Occasion of St. Patrick's Day in Ireland

Monday, March 14, 2016

Remarks at the Security Council Stakeout Following Consultations on Iran | usun.state.gov

Remarks at the Security Council Stakeout Following Consultations on Iran | usun.state.gov

STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO RECEIVE RESOURCES TO REFORM FINE AND FEE PRACTICES

FROM:  U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT   
Monday, March 14, 2016
Justice Department Announces Resources to Assist State and Local Reform of Fine and Fee Practices

The Department of Justice today announced a package of resources to assist state and local efforts to reform harmful and unlawful practices in certain jurisdictions related to the assessment and enforcement of fines and fees.  The resources are meant to support the ongoing work of state judges, court administrators, policymakers and advocates in ensuring equal justice for all people, regardless of financial circumstance.

“The consequences of the criminalization of poverty are not only harmful – they are far-reaching,” said Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch.  “They not only affect an individual’s ability to support their family, but also contribute to an erosion of our faith in government.  One of my top priorities as Attorney General is to help repair community trust where it has frayed, and a key part of that effort includes ensuring that our legal system serves every American faithfully and fairly, regardless of their economic status.”

The package, which was sent to state chief justices and state court administrators throughout the country, includes the following elements:

Dear Colleague Letter from the Civil Rights Division and the Office for Access to Justice to provide greater clarity to state and local courts regarding their legal obligations with respect to the enforcement of court fines and fees.  The letter addresses some of the most common practices that run afoul of the U.S. Constitution and/or other federal laws, such as incarcerating individuals for nonpayment without determining their ability to pay.  The letter also discusses the importance of due process protections such as notice and, in appropriate cases, the right to counsel; the need to avoid unconstitutional bail practices; and due process concerns raised by certain private probation arrangements.
$2.5 million in competitive grants through the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) to state, local or tribal jurisdictions that, together with community partners, want to test strategies to restructure the assessment and enforcement of fines and fees.  The grant program, titled The Price of Justice: Rethinking the Consequences of Justice Fines and Fees, will provide four grants of $500,000 to agencies and their collaborative partners to develop strategies that promote appropriate justice system responses, including reducing unnecessary confinement, for individuals who are unable to pay fines and fees.  BJA will award an additional grant of $500,000 to a technical assistance provider.  For agencies interested in applying for this funding opportunity, BJA will host an informational webinar on March 28, 2016, at 11:30 a.m. EDT to describe the background, key concepts and requirements of the solicitation.  To register, please follow this link [external link].
Support for the National Task Force on Fines, Fees and Bail Practices, which is led by the Conference of Chief Justices and the Conference of State Court Administrators.  The task force is being funded by BJA and is also supported by the State Justice Institute.  It is comprised of leaders from the judiciary, state and local government, the advocacy community and the academy.  The task force will draft model statutes, court rules and procedures, and will develop an online clearinghouse of best practices.  Department officials will also serve as ex officio members of the task force.
Resource Guide [external link] that assembles issue studies and other publications related to the assessment and enforcement of court fines and fees.  The resource guide, compiled by the Office of Justice Programs Diagnostic Center, helps leaders make informed policy decisions and pursue sound strategies at the state, local and tribal levels.
Today’s announcement follows a seminal two-day convening [external link] held by the Justice Department and the White House in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 2 and 3, 2015.  Judges, court administrators, researchers, advocates, prosecutors, defense attorneys and impacted individuals came together to discuss challenges surrounding fines and fees.  The convening made plain the existence of unlawful and harmful practices in some jurisdictions and highlighted a number of promising reform efforts already underway.  At the meeting, participants and department officials also discussed ways in which the Justice Department could assist courts in their efforts to make needed changes.  Participants specifically asked the department to provide legal guidance to state and local actors; to highlight and help develop model practices; and to provide resources for local reform efforts.

The Justice Department is committed to reforming justice-system practices that perpetuate poverty and result in unnecessary deprivations of liberty.  The department discussed many of these practices in its March 2015 report on the investigation of the Ferguson, Missouri, police department and municipal court.  As discussed at the December 2015 convening, however, these practices can be found throughout the nation.  And their effects are particularly severe for the most vulnerable members of our communities, often with a disproportionate impact on racial minorities.  The resources released today are aimed at reforming these practices and mitigating their harmful effects.

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Hubble Sees a Legion of Galaxies

Hubble Sees a Legion of Galaxies: Containing countless galaxies, this parallel field observation is nearly as deep as the Hubble Ultra-Deep Field. When compared to other deep fields, it will help astronomers understand how similar the universe looks in different directions.

Friday, March 11, 2016

On the Anniversary of the Election of His Holiness Pope Francis

On the Anniversary of the Election of His Holiness Pope Francis

Statement on Iranian Ballistic Missile Launches | usun.state.gov

Statement on Iranian Ballistic Missile Launches | usun.state.gov

Explanation of Vote at the Adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2272 on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in UN Peacekeeping Operations | usun.state.gov

Explanation of Vote at the Adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2272 on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in UN Peacekeeping Operations | usun.state.gov

Newsletter: The INL Beat, March 2016

Newsletter: The INL Beat, March 2016

March 2011 Tohoku Disaster Anniversary

March 2011 Tohoku Disaster Anniversary

Mauritius' National Day

Mauritius' National Day

Frontier Fields Galaxy Cluster MACS J0717

Frontier Fields Galaxy Cluster MACS J0717: 'Frontier Fields' galaxy cluster MACS J0717, one of the most complex and distorted galaxy clusters known, is the site of a collision between four clusters. It is located about 5.4 billion light years away from Earth.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Remarks With Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen

Remarks With Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen

Remarks With Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen

Remarks With Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen

Remarks to the UN Statistical Commission Regarding the Indictor Framework for the Sustainable Development Goals | usun.state.gov

Remarks to the UN Statistical Commission Regarding the Indictor Framework for the Sustainable Development Goals | usun.state.gov

Readout of the Briefing of the UN Community on Mosul Dam | usun.state.gov

Readout of the Briefing of the UN Community on Mosul Dam | usun.state.gov

Nine-Year Anniversary of the Disappearance of Robert Levinson

Nine-Year Anniversary of the Disappearance of Robert Levinson

Celebrating International Women's Day

Celebrating International Women's Day: On April 8, 2010, STS-131 mission specialists Stephanie Wilson of NASA, Naoko Yamazaki of JAXA, Dorothy Metcalf-Lindenburger of NASA, and Expedition 23 flight engineer Tracy Caldwell Dyson (top left) work at the robotics workstation on the International Space Station, in support of transfer operations using the station's Canadarm2 robotic arm .

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

International Women's Day

International Women's Day

Welcome and Introductory Remarks at the 2016 E.C.-U.S. Counter Nuclear Smuggling Workshop

Welcome and Introductory Remarks at the 2016 E.C.-U.S. Counter Nuclear Smuggling Workshop

This Week @ NASA, March 4, 2016

This Week @ NASA, March 4, 2016: Scott Kelly's return from a year in space, next space station crew heads to launch site, 'low boom' aircraft, and more...

Continued Detention of Nadiya Savchenko

Continued Detention of Nadiya Savchenko

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Secretary Kerry's Meeting with Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Libya Martin Kobler

Secretary Kerry's Meeting with Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Libya Martin Kobler

HIT acting director talks modernization, cost effectiveness at HIMSS

HIT acting director talks modernization, cost effectiveness at HIMSS

NASA's Pleiades Continues to Rank Among Most Powerful Supercomputers

NASA's Pleiades Continues to Rank Among Most Powerful Supercomputers

NASA Sends Drone System to University of Kansas for Future Glacier Research

NASA Sends Drone System to University of Kansas for Future Glacier Research

Update on NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly’s Return to Houston

Update on NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly’s Return to Houston

Adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2270 on North Korea

Adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2270 on North Korea

Remarks With Central African Republic Transitional President Catherine Samba-Panza

Remarks With Central African Republic Transitional President Catherine Samba-Panza