Apr 28, 2014
The Washington Post
Obama cites legacy of U.S.-Philippines cooperation
President Obama paid tribute to a shared history of sacrifice Tuesday, as he reflected on how the Philippines had surmounted the challenges of both a war and natural disaster with the aid of its American ally.
Eisenhower's National Honor Society Chapter Completes Fall Service Season
This fall, New Berlin Eisenhower's Chapter of National Honors Society, the Lion's Chapter, has stayed actively committed to volunteer work in our school and our community.
Homeland Security Watch
Yolanda hits hard
We are now passing the 72 hour inflection point since the initial event. The President of the Philippines Red Cross has described the situation in the hardest-hit central islands as "absolute bedlam".
Ocio: Yolanda, climate change and the coal plants: Where was God?
HOW does global warming affect the surge of extreme weather and storms like Yolanda? What is contribution of coal plants to climate change and the environment? Where was God in all these states of destruction and calamities? Nixon Baban, chairman of Bangon Kagay-an has been invited to speak on the topic, "Is coal energy good or bad?" as the ... (more)
Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan): 'Strongest storm in recorded history'
Super typhoon 'Yolanda' is barreling down on the Philippines. It's the biggest storm of the year and thousands are fleeing.