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  • Where we stand on Standing Rock

    Washington, DC (Herald de Paris) — As we enter into December, with snow falling in Sioux Country, many people have asked why we have not been reporting on the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the stand-off between the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Standing Rock Sioux, and the growing protest in North Dakota. The truth is, we are neck deep in our own investigation, and we are not yet ready to reveal all we have uncovered. Without blowing the cover off our exclusive investigation, here is what we can tell you, thus far:
    Our exclusive investigative team includes professional cultural resources specialists with nearly 40 years of combined experience in cultural resources, protected land, and in particular Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the legislation at the center of the controversy. Our team has been scouring through hundreds of pages of documents on the Dakota Access Pipeline project, looking to see that the US Army Corps of Engineers adhered to the letter of the law with respect to Section 106; that the rights of the indigenous people were not violated; and that the program was scoped within the allowable standard practices in the cultural resources industry.

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  • President Obama presents Medal of Freedom to 21 American Icons

    WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) —  It was a love fest all around. The White House came alive yesterday as President Obama, under the gleeful gaze of his wife, the First Lady Michelle Obama, awarded 21 Medals of Freedom to some of the most iconic names in science, art, architecture, show business, film and music. It has long […]

  • Obama meets Trump amidst a backdrop of tension

      WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) —  The American election has come and gone and yet two days later the shock remains – and it would seem for everyone, from all parties. The mood at the White House, throughout DC and Virginia, has been somber and muted at the least. New Yorkers say that mood […]

  • Admiral Rogers of NSA opens up … but not quite

    Washington, DC (Herald de Paris) —  Admiral Michael Rogers has quite a task afoot, as Director of the National Security Agency and the military’s Cyber Command Mission Force. Speaking at a luncheon organised by retired Captain Kevin Wensing, Admiral Rogers said that the agency will eventually contain 6200 dedicated computer personnel split into 133 teams. […]

  • ZIKA VIRUS “Scarier than initially thought” says CDC Head

    WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) — Today, in a White House briefing Dr Anne Schucaht, Principal Deputy Director of the Center for Disease Control said everything to do with the Zika virus is, “Scarier than initially thought.”
    While Congress has all but ignored the White House administration’s formal request for $1.9 Billion in funding to control, prevent, and combat the Zika virus, the CDC and NHIAID have gone full speed ahead in its research to stop the virus.
    President Obama last week announced he had re-appropriated a small portion of the resources for Ebola to fight Zika,but this amount falls a long way short of the $1.9 Billion needed.
    Citing a close relationship with the pharmaceutical industry for disease vaccination and preventions, Dr. Fauci, Director of NIH/NIAID in the same press conference today was abrupt and to the point and said he needed the full $1.9 Billion. He said that if he didn’t get it he would have to draw funds from other worthy areas, such as malaria, and flu vaccinations.

  • Springtime steps aside as one more winter storm crosses the US
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    WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) —  It hardly feels like spring, anymore.  Just a few short days after the Washington, DC Cherry Blossom Festival, a traditional marker of spring, temperatures have taken a sudden tumble.  The National Weather Service office for Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC has issued a freeze warning for tonight, with low […]


  • All Blacks to face Ireland in Windy Citymaxresdefault

    (Reuters) – Rugby World Cup winners New Zealand will face Six Nations champions Ireland at Chicago’s Soldier Field in November, USA Rugby announced on Tuesday.

  • Nabi’s last-ball four wins Quetta a thriller234457.3

    Mohammad Nabi emerged the hero for his team, striking a last-ball four to guide Quetta Gladiators to a two-wicket win against Lahore Qalandars Source

  • The Week Ahead: Pitchers, catchers on deck

    Presidents Day brought us remembrances of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and other leaders of this great country where baseball is the national pastime. And now, baseball is revving up in earnest on Wednesday, when pitchers and catchers have their first reporting dates at various Spring Training camps in Arizona and Florida.