Monthly Archives: March 2014

OPINION: WHAT HAPPENED TO CHARLIE BOLDEN?

Major General Charles Frank Bolden, Jr. is one of NASA’s most accomplished astronauts. A former Marine Naval Aviator and test pilot, Bolden was selected as an astronaut in 1980 Continue reading

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The FBI Has Built a Better Terrorist Watchlist

The FBI has made considerable progress in improving the accuracy and timeliness of the post-9/11 terrorist watchlist, the Justice Department inspector general reported on Tuesday.   But the bureau-administered Terrorist Screening Center could do more to document investigations during national … Continue reading

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Sigfox Raises $20.6 Million To Create A Global Cellular Network For Connected Objects

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FAA Shares What’s Happening in the Air

After months of negotiations and a legal challenge in the courts, EAA said this week it has agreed to pay the FAA’s expenses to send controllers to AirVenture through 2022. Continue reading

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Spotify Focuses On New Users By Giving College Students Half-Off Their Premium Subscription

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Opportunity for All: Obama’s 2015 Budget

The president released his $3.9 trillion 2015 budget proposaltoday (March 4th). Dubbed “Opportunity for All,” the budget addresses numerous areas such as education, health care, taxes, the environment, and of course, the federal workforce. Continue reading

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$2.3 Billion to Improve Aviation Safety and Security

The Government will be spending $2.3 billion over the next two years to improve aviation safety and security, by upgrading or replacing ageing technology, in keeping with international standards. Continue reading

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