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  • Curiosity Takes Us Back to Mars

    NASA lands the Curiosity Rover on Mars, where it will investigate whether conditions have favored development of microbial life on the Red Planet


  • VA Employee and Medal Winning Olympian Natalie Dell on Veterans and Never Giving Up

    An inspiring Olympic story from one of the Department of Veterans Affairs own, Natalie Dell—a Bronze Medal winner at the Summer Olympics


  • Beam Signed By President Obama Installed at World Trade Center

    The beam signed by President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama during their visit to the World Trade Center site on June 14th is among the final beams added to the 104-story building.


  • International Religious Freedom: A Human Right, A National Security Issue, A Foreign Policy Priority

    The State Department releases a report on the importance of religious freedom.


  • The Nation's First High Speed Rail

    Dan Richard, chair of the California High-Speed Rail Authority, explains the work that has gone into establishing California's High Speed Rail over the past four years.


  • Committed to American Innovation, American Jobs, and Environmentally-Friendly Mass Transportation

    As Chief Executive Officer, David Bennett leads Proterra as it continues to highlight the growing market for zero-emission solutions in the transit industry.


  • Improving Efficiency through Simple Technology

    Through David Barger's personal commitment and committee stewardship a policy-level Federal advisory committee tasked with developing a common understanding of NextGen priorities in the context of overall NextGen capabilities and implementation constraints, with an emphasis on the near- and mid-term. The NAC provides a venue where the FAA can solicit a consensus-based set of recommendations on modernizing the air traffic control system and other issues that are critical to the successful implementation of NextGen.


  • Telling the Big Story of America’s Rivers

    RiverWorks Discovery is an innovative outreach program that tells the big story of America’s rivers – Commerce, Culture, and Conservation. Created in 2004 by then-AEP River Operations president Mark Knoy and continuing under current AEP River Operations president Keith Darling, RiverWorks Discovery brings towboat pilots as well as environmental educators to learners across the country to show how important river commerce is to our nation’s economic and fiscal security. An RWD national exhibit will soon be traveling the United States.


  • Building Pedestrian Friendly Environments

    As a senior planner at WalkBoston, Bob Sloane is bringing his extensive experience to bear in a way that prioritizes including the community in the development of a resource that helps people get from Point A to Point B in a timely fashion—a resource that is designed to highlight community assets and help people value the places in which they walk.


  • Funding Transit Projects Responsibly

    Phillip A. Washington is leading one of the most dynamic transit agencies in North America, which is implementing the FasTracks program, one of the largest transit expansion programs in the country. Phil is responsible for a 2012 total agency budget appropriation of $2.2 billion and is currently managing active transit expansion projects in the amount of $4.2 billion.


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