Different Perspective on the Immigration Controversy

Sacramento, California - With immigration becoming a hot-button issue within the political arena, those in agriculture have a deeper insight into this controversial topic. Arnoldo Torres, of the National Institute for Latino Policies out of Sacramento and partner with the public policy consulting firm Torres & Torres, has long been a leading voice for immigration within the ag sector—while realizing both countries (America and Mexico) need to do their part.

State Department Announces 23rd Experience America Visit to Charleston

Charleston, South Carolina - The U.S. Department of State and the Office of the Chief of Protocol are proud to announce the 23rd Experience America trip to Charleston, S.C. with members of the foreign Diplomatic Corps, October 14-16, 2018.

Curacao Day

Washington, DC - Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo: "On behalf of the Government of the United States, I offer congratulations to the people of Curacao on Curacao Day.

Purdue astronauts most popular, but thousands of fellow alums enable giant leaps

West Lafayette, Indiana - While Neil Armstrong may be the most famous Purdue alum for his lunar giant leap for mankind, he and other astronauts have been joined by thousands of other Purdue alums – in fact, too many to count – working in numerous segments of the space industry.

Final Warning: Last chance to replace Symantec SSL certificates

Washington, DC - This is the last week for website owners using Symantec SSL certificates issued before December 1, 2017 to replace their certificate. Failing to do so will result in your website breaking. Next week Google will roll out Chrome 70, which will distrust all remaining Symantec CA brand SSL certificates. This is only for websites using SSL certificates issued off Symantec’s roots. If you have re-issued or replaced your SSL certificate after December 1, 2017 this does not apply to you.

Assistant Secretary Christopher A. Ford Travels to Singapore, Vietnam, and Thailand

Washington, DC - Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Nonproliferation Christopher A. Ford will travel to Singapore, Vietnam, and Thailand October 9-12, 2018. In Singapore, he will emphasize the importance of counterproliferation and the DPRK pressure campaign, and the need for full implementation of United Nations Security Council resolutions and sanctions.