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Great Falls Tribune
Army Corps. won't do overall study of Western U.S. coal exports
An official with the Army Corps of Engineers told a Congressional committee Tuesday it doesn't plan a broad environmental study on exporting coal from the Western United States.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
The Motley Fool
How to Profit From Pipeline Gridlock
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Mon Jun 10, 2013
Salt Lake City hits 100 for the first time this year
Laurie Chase went to The Gateway to shop Monday, but when she looked down at her 2-year-old son Jaydden's red cheeks as he squinted up at her in the bright sunlight, she turned the stroller toward the fountain at Olympic Legacy Plaza.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
IRS Agent Hofacre Didn't Take Kindly to being Skape-Goated as...
DRIP, DRIP, DRIP, the lie that the IRS scandal was just some local rogue agents is falling apart and shown for the ridiculous lie that it was IRS agent Elizabeth Hofacre told House investigators that officials in Washington knew that rogue agents in the Cincinnati office were not to blame for the targeting of conservatives and that it was a ... (more)
Fri Jun 07, 2013
PA: Updating Northeast Corridor Will be Complex and Costly
Faster, better passenger train service on the overcrowded Northeast Corridor will require more cooperation - and money - from eight states and the District of Columbia, eight commuter rail agencies, Amtrak, and freight railroads, rail experts said... Faster, better passenger train service on the overcrowded Northeast Corridor will require more ... (more)
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Davis Brody Bond Breaks Ground on St. Elizabeths East Campus
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Treatment System Slashes Buildings' Water, Electricity Use
Property developers Lerner, Carr and WC Smith, and Washington, DC historic hotel Willard InterContinental will install water treatment technology from Silver Bullet to cut water , electricity and chemical usage in their cooling towers for air-conditioning.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Mackinac Island Follies
Rick Snyder is, without a doubt, the most thoroughly business-oriented governor in the modern history of this state.
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With so many scandals breaking in Washington, one may well ask: Where were all the inspectors general when these bad things-at the IRS, at Justice, and at State before, during and after Benghazi, for instance-were going on? Where were the presidential appointees who, since the Inspectors General Act of 1978, are meant to root out gross ... (more)
Gateway Technical College manufacturing programs earn industry recognition
The Manufacturing Institute , a Washington, D.C.-based affiliate of the National Association of Manufacturers that is dedicated to improving and expanding U.S. manufacturing, has named Gateway a charter member of the institute's "M-List," which recognizes schools that prepare workers to the level of industry standards in advanced manufacturing.
Oil-and-gas lobby says State Dept. considering Keystone hearing
The State Department is looking to hold a public hearing in Washington, D.C., on the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline this summer, the American Petroleum Institute said Tuesday.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
The Washington Post
Since that represents an alternative means for shipping oil to Keystone XL, Steyer wrote that "the last of the arguments for the development of the Keystone Pipeline has collapsed." Steyer, who has targeted Keystone supporters through his NextGen Action political action committee, says in the letter the president and his deputies now have no excuse ... (more)
The Jersey Journal
Transportation experts mourn Lautenberg as a passionate and effective advocate
U.S. Sen, Frank Lautenberg, who died this morning, was hailed by transportation officials as a tireless and effective advocate for mass transit, not only for New Jersey but across the nation.
Fri May 31, 2013
MAPS Medical marijuana news
How Safe Is Recreational Marijuana?
Scientific American explores the rise in use of marijuana in the United States, providing an overview of how medicine, laws, culture, and more is changing as a result of an increase in public acceptance.
Wed May 29, 2013
Hearings planned on potential AtlantaCharlotte rail line
Georgia transportation officials are planning to hold public meetings on proposed rail service between Atlanta and Charlotte, N.C. One of the corridors under consideration runs through Gainesville.
Sun May 26, 2013
Little Green Footballs
Jim Hoft's Monumental Fail of the Week: Tea Party Nazi Signs Were Real
Yesterday, the Dumbest Man on the Internet, Jim "Gateway Pundit" Hoft, flew into a shrieking rage about a Democratic fundraising letter that said: Hoft posted two rants about this fundraising letter, both claiming it was a "complete lie," and actually offering a reward to anyone who could provide proof that teabaggers were waving signs with Nazi ... (more)
Thu May 23, 2013
AOL City Guide
The Westin Arlington Gateway
Steps from the Ballston Metro Station for easy access to Washington, D.C., this hotel in Arlington, Virginia offers comfortable guestrooms, contemporary facilities and an on-site restaurant.
Wed May 22, 2013
FLASHBACK - May 22, 2013
May 22, 2004 SIS student tops essay contest Sam Nepaial of the Saipan International School beat out 35 other contestant from eight schools across the CNMI in the recently concluded essay contest for 5th graders sponsored by the Pet Assistance and Welfare Services, or PAWS.