A cargo capsule launched from Virginia to bring supplies — including snacks — to the International Space Station.
The man held a government security clearance and was allegedly involved in last summer's deadly Charlottesville rally.
It's either a complete loss, or a frighteningly evasive spacecraft.
Major ethical questions remain.
Also in June 2015, Evans co-introduced and voted for a bill to pay Pepco nearly $40 million for land near the soccer stadium
Jessica Reznicek arrested outside of Northrop Grumman Corporation in Nebraska Last winter, at the Voices home/office in Chicago
There are many businesses that are leading the way in promoting an inclusive workplace, businesses that are proud of the advancements they have made in hiring workers with disabilities. Why are they so passionate about hiring disabled workers?
Readers -- and taxpayers -- should take these corporate connections into account when assessing the objectivity of pro-bomber pieces like the Mitchell Institute report. Of course, even interested parties can be right some of the time. But that is not the case with respect to the new bomber.
The winning contractor has put money into the campaigns of 224 congressmen who control defense spending.
As a nation we sometimes have to take on very high-risk-ventures whose risk-returns are not acceptable to the private sector. NASA's Apollo program is a very good example.