Parachute Testing Lands Partners Closer to Crewed Flight Tests

Yuma, Arizona - Crew safety is paramount in the return of human spaceflight launches from Florida’s Space Coast, and the latest round of parachute testing is providing valuable data to help industry partners Boeing and SpaceX meet NASA’s requirements for certification.

IRS seeks applications for the Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee

Washington, DC - The Internal Revenue Service is seeking qualified applicants for nomination to the Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee (ETAAC).

Houston Physician and Pain Management Clinic Owner Convicted of Running “Pill Mill”

Houston, Texas - A federal jury found a Houston physician and the owner of a pain management clinic guilty today for their roles in running a “pill mill” that provided tens of thousands of unlawful prescriptions for millions of doses of opioids and other controlled substances.

President Donald J. Trump Proclaims April 2018 as Second Chance Month

Washington, DC - During Second Chance Month, our Nation emphasizes the need to prevent crime on our streets, to respect the rule of law by prosecuting individuals who break the law, and to provide opportunities for people with criminal records to earn an honest second chance.  Affording those who have been held accountable for their crimes an opportunity to become contributing members of society is a critical element of criminal justice that can reduce our crime rates and prison populations, decrease burdens to the American taxpayer, and make America safer.

Border Patrol Agents Rescue Dehydrated Man

Ajo, Arizona - Border Patrol agents from Tucson Sector’s Mobile Response Team responded to a 9-1-1 call originating from a remote area northwest of Ajo on Sunday afternoon and found three undocumented aliens; one severely dehydrated.