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Understand the relevant aspects of Pharmacopoeia/GMP-compliant leachables and extractables testing with this GMP education course.

June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day. In New Orleans, the National WWII Museum honors those who fought in Normandy and throughout the rest of the war.

A new UN report finds that at least 1 million species are at risk of extinction. Will this finally be enough to motivate worldwide action?

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BRIGHTON, Colo. -- The mission starts bright and early Wednesday morning.
Colorado pilot Brandon Jewett will leave his Brighton airstrip, embarking on his most ambitious adventure yet: a 5,000 mile trek to Europe in a vintage airplane that played an important role in history. His old DC-3 (or C-47, as the military called it) ferried paratroopers across the English Channel on June 6, 1944, to take part in the Normandy invasion.

In 2009, women comprised 8 percent of the total Veteran population in the United States. By 2035, they are projected to make up 15 percent.

The VA National Cemetery Scheduling Office has recently gone through a major change, including a $1 million renovation, which culminated in a rededication ceremony

ROCKPORT —Barbara Morton, a Rockport native, has earned a Presidential Gears in Government award for her work at the Veterans Administration's Veterans Experience Office.

It's part of a new program offered at select Veterans Affairs hospitals across the country. The VA teamed up with Xbox and Microsoft to create a controller so veterans with disabilities and others can play games just like everyone else.

Walgreens established the HERO program for Veterans to transition the leadership skills learned through military service into a retail management career such as assistant store manager trainee and shift lead.

Recruiters for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are headed to the City by the Bay during Mental Health Month to meet with psychiatrists who are attending the American Psychiatric Association annual meeting and are interested in careers helping Veterans thrive after the military. A VA career in Veterans’ mental health is more than just a job — it’s a deeply rewarding mission to give back to those who have served and assist in the recovery from diagnoses such as depression and…

If your financial matters have reached a criminal level according to the IRS criteria, then the CID (Criminal Investigation Division) will knock on your door in no time. The CID always looks closely at all cases that link a taxpayer’s intentional failure to comply with the Internal Revenue Code. In a situation that there’s a legitimate reason to raise suspicion about the certain taxpayer’s deliberate fraudulent…

RADNOR—A decorated Korean War veteran will be the grand marshal for the Radnor Memorial Day Parade this year.

What's in a name? The FDA hopes changing how a salt alternative is listed on ingredient labels will reduce Americans' sodium intake.

The need to consider ease, effectiveness and emotion in all decisions will become part of the department’s Code of Federal Regulations.

Trees and forests are important to our way of life in Alaska and as our towns grow the value of trees increases. However, they can remain healthy and safe and able to provide benefits only when properly managed
Community forests across the country are in decline due to invasive species, storms, extreme weather, wildfires, reduced budgets, and development pressures. Many towns, even in Alaska, have lost as much as 40 percent of their tree canopy. This loss hampers a city's ability to meet…

The compromise bill, which repeals a controversial criminal justice reform law passed in 2016, would lead to longer criminal sentences. The Alaska Legislature plans to take it up next week.

KENNETT SQUARE—Thousands of people are expected for this year's annual Kennett Square Memorial Day Parade, set for Monday, May 27 in downtown Kennett Square.

Hobart veteran Harold Johnson, a paratrooper in the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, will return to the site of his landing for the first time in 75 years.

Combating fraud is a major challenge for travel managers, particularly in an era rife with risks from large-scale data breaches and card skimming or Combating fraud is a major challenge for travel managers, particularly in an era rife with risks from large-scale data breaches and card skimming or identity fraud.

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One need only read headlines such as “Homeless camps put Alaska creek cleanup future in question” to realize how bad things have gotten in this city. The story, the Anchorage Daily News reports, is that the Anchorage Waterways Council wonders whether the makeshift homeless camps dotting Anchorage’s public spaces pose a threat to its volunteers,…

The Long Beach VA teamed up with the LAPD and the L.A. County Sherriff’s Department to provide Veterans in crisis with support from their peers.

VA and SAMHSA host Rural Health Conference to Prevent Veteran Suicide on April 16–17 in Washington, D.C.

ABERDEEN – A senior adult health fair event will be held June 26 from 10 a.m. until noon at American Legion Post 26, with special recognition to veterans.

Alabama governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday signed into law a bill that prohibits virtually all abortions, setting up what will likely become a protracted legal battle.