Pearl Harbor, Hawaii - The first thing Lt. Patrick Zuchelli notices is the silence out on the water of Pearl Harbor. It's the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks and he's waiting patiently for the boat that will take him and about 300 others to the USS Arizona Memorial for a special interment service.

Washington, DC - More than 1,800 family members who lost a loved one while on active military service will meet in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 11-15 as the 11th annual Gold Star Snowball Express rolls into town.

Washington, DC - The United States and Cuba will hold the fifth Bilateral Commission meeting in Havana, Cuba on Wednesday, December 7. Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Mari Carmen Aponte will lead the U.S. delegation. Embassy Havana Chargé d’Affaires Jeffrey DeLaurentis and Deputy Assistant Secretary John Creamer will also attend for the United States. The Cuban delegation will be led by Josefina Vidal, the Foreign Ministry’s Director General for U.S. Affairs.

Washington, DC - The Federal Trade Commission is providing over $88 million in refunds to more than 2.7 million AT&T customers who had third-party charges added to their mobile bills without their consent, a tactic known as “mobile cramming.” The refunds to consumers relate to 2014 settlements with AT&T, and the companies behind two of the cramming schemes, Tatto and Acquinity.

Yuma, Arizona - The Center for Teaching Effectiveness (CTE) at Arizona Western College presents the Noon Discovery Series 2.0 (NDS) for the AWC Community at large.  The next upcoming presentation in the series is “Towards a More Peaceful Human Animal” by Dr. Dan Davis, Professor of Biology.   The presentation takes place on Thursday, December 1 from 12:15pm to 1:30pm in AC 126 and via ITN SLLC CR, PLC 15 and QLC 15.