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... for a variety of strategic reasons in a dynamic that echoes the U.S. government’s own “All of the Above” energy strategy. Diversity in generation sources ...
... other flight tracking centers would be one of the largest transfers of U.S. government assets ever. About 35,000 workers would be affected. Sen. Bill Nelson ...
... the wall - one of the president's key campaign pledges. "The United States government has the control of that border and a responsibility to secure ...
... other flight tracking centers would be one of the largest transfers of U.S. government assets ever. About 35,000 workers would be affected. Sen. Bill Nelson ...
... tool and indicate a Kremlin directed campaign to undermine faith in the U.S. government and fuel political protest," the report concluded. Originally passed in 1938 ...
... one of the few companies that did not share data with the U.S. government as revealed by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Back in 2014, Twitter ...
... years of experience as a strategic and innovative leader in the U.S. federal government. He built a reputation for establishing and executing successful, high-performance and ...
... U.S. government investigators were wiretapping the head of Donald Trump's presidential campaign, both ...
... After the U.S. government banned federal agencies from using Kaspersky Lab software last week, worries ...
... PEPFAR Strategy for Accelerating HIV/AIDS Epidemic Control (2017-2020). The strategy reaffirms the U.S. government's leadership and commitment, through PEPFAR, to support HIV/AIDS efforts in more ...
... immigrants who lack legal status and provided information about themselves to the U.S. government so they could participate in the program. "The consequences are potentially ...
... the request of Sig Sauer, which had requested the license from the U.S. government that's needed to export weapons outside the U.S. But the U.S. ...
... rumored to have been intentionally bombed by American forces - something the U.S. government to this day forcefully denies. During her two-week stay, Fonda concluded ...
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