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WASHINGTON (AP) — Two U.S. Army National Guard members have been removed from the presidential inauguration security mission after they were found to have ties with right-wing militia groups, according to two U.S. Army officials. There was no...
A long-decried law dubbed the “widow’s tax” that reduced the amount of cash support some surviving military spouses could receive each month will begin a planned phaseout this month, a change triggered by a 2020 law. The so-called tax, officially known...
Podcast featuring Leischen Kranick, Managing Editor, Edge and Dr. Dena Weiss, Faculty Member, Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Not everyone is cut out to be a crime scene investigator. In this episode, AMU criminal justice and forensic science professor...
Podcast featuring Dr. Marie Gould Harper, Dean, Wallace E. Boston School of Business and Cara Dipietro, General Manager, Fairfield Inn & Suites in White Marsh, Maryland Few industries have suffered as much as the hospitality industry during the COVID-19 pandemic....
By Dr. Marie Gould HarperDean, Wallace E. Boston School of Business Many organizations are diligently exploring ways to reinvent themselves during the so-called interim economy and determine what types of infrastructure will work in the “new norm.” What are the...
Podcast with Dr. Wanda Curlee, Program Director, School of Business and Dr. Tracy Fisher, Faculty Member, School of Business Many people are intimidated by artificial intelligence and don’t make the effort to better understand this advanced technology. In this episode,...
By Dr. Marie Gould HarperDean, Wallace E. Boston School of Business As we prepare to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, I have bittersweet moments. I wonder how his family, especially his children, feel at this time. Their...
By Erik Kleinsmith, Associate Vice President, Intelligence Studies, National Security & Homeland Security Editor’s Note: This is the first article in a two-part series investigating censorship. Information warfare, like intelligence operations, use to exist primarily within the realm of military and...
Emergency and disaster management briefing for January 15, 2021: An earthquake shook Hawaii’s Big Island on Thursday; CalFire reports that forward progress of the Erbes Fire has been stopped; semi-trucks toppled and power was interrupted as wind...
By Janet AthanasiouStudent and Alumni Affairs Liaison January 17 is World Religion Day. This event was started in 1950 by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’í. In support of World Religion Day, the Office of Student and Alumni Affairs...

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