The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration our country can bestow. It is given to members of the Armed Forces who act beyond the call of duty on the battlefield. Today, a recent Medal of Honor recipient is fighting on another front in his homeland. According to The Wall Street Journal, Dakota [...]
Under Secretary of State for Arms Control Ellen Tauscher said on Monday, September 19, 2011, that high-level nuclear waste once destined for the Yucca Mountain repository will be sent, instead, to the Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site.
Undersecretary of State for Arms Control Ellen Tauscher speaks about nuclear weapons, waste, and energy.
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At a time when science itself is under assault and the Environmental Protection Agency’s future is challenged, NASA scientist and global climate change awareness activist James Hansen spoke at the National Press Club on Monday in opposition to the proposed Keystone XL – a 1700-mile, $7 billion pipeline which would carry heavy crude oil [...]
As we still mourn the thirty-one U.S. troops, including more than 20 Navy SEALs, who died when their helicopter was shot down during an overnight operation against Taliban insurgents in eastern Afghanistan, we learn today of waves of attacks in Iraq that have killed at least 60 people and question the government’s national security [...]