On Jan.24, Laredo Sector Border Patrol introduced Pearl, a 6-year-old yellow Labrador, to the federal workforce.
HHS said that the sites faced challenges reliably producing products at a larger scale, such as poor quality control, that led to the eventual shutdown of one site due to cross-contamination.
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The high altitude surveillance balloon launched by and belonging to the People's Republic of China was brought down over the water off the coast of South Carolina in U.S. airspace.
As the swimmer made his approach, a breaking wave capsized the vessel. The mariner was ejected from the vessel as a result and suffered minor injuries.
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FEMA has approved 7,644 households with group flood insurance policies for three years as part of federal disaster assistance after Hurricane Ian and Hurricane Nicole.
FEMA’s Individual Assistance program is available to students, renters and homeowners in Butts, Henry, Jasper, Meriwether, Newton, Spalding and Troup counties whose homes and property were damaged on Jan. 12.
Increasing temperatures and other climate-related risks are expected to affect the Tennessee Valley Authority's ability to generate and transmit electricity.