Wednesday, February 21, 2024 Funding will help train first responders, educate the public on local safety initiatives, and encourage the development of new pipeline technologies. WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) today published multiple Notices of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs) to award $18 million in grants through its […]
Vice President Kamala Harris spoke today with President Joseph Boakai of Liberia. The Vice President welcomed Liberia’s free and fair elections and peaceful transfer of power, and highlighted Liberia’s commitment to democracy as an example for the region and the world. The Vice President and President Boakai discussed the importance of good governance and how […]
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Aboard Air Force OneEn Route Queens, New York 1:17 P.M. EST MS. JEAN-PIERRE: All right. Hey, guys. All right. Let’s do this. Okay, good afternoon. A couple of things before we get started. So, I want to take a moment to quickly address the fallout of the Alabama Supreme Court decision. When the Supreme Court […]
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The United States welcomes the Hungarian parliament’s overwhelming vote today to approve Sweden’s application to join NATO, and we urge the Hungarian government to complete the process so we can welcome Sweden into our Alliance. We look forward to Hungary signing and depositing the instrument of ratification without delay. Like Finland, which recently joined our […]
After launching the comprehensive National Roadway Safety Strategy in early 2022, public organizations, private businesses, research institutions, and more have stepped up in response to USDOT’s call to action to reduce roadway deaths. Daniel Langenkamp, founder of the Sarah Debbink Langenkamp Bike Safety Memorial Fund, with sons Oliver (left) and Axel (right), speaks at today’s […]
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President Biden met with Yulia and Dasha Navalnaya today in San Francisco to express his heartfelt condolences for their terrible loss following the death of Aleksey Navalny in a Russian prison. The President expressed his admiration for Aleksey Navalny’s extraordinary courage and his legacy of fighting against corruption and for a free and democratic Russia […]
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National Security Council Via Teleconference 1:39 P.M. EST MODERATOR: Good afternoon, and thank you for joining us for today’s on-the-record news of the day gaggle. I will turn it over to Kirby for a few opening words, and then we’ll go to questions. MR. KIRBY: Thank you, Sean. And thanks, everybody. I’d like to top […]
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WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has opened the process for cities, towns, counties, Tribal governments and Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) to apply for $1.256 billion in funding for local projects that improve roadway safety. The funds are from the competitive grant program, Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A), which was created in […]
Fountain Street ChurchGrand Rapids, Michigan 2:11 P.M. EST THE VICE PRESIDENT: Thank you, Governor. (Applause.) Thank you, thank you, thank you. Let me start by thanking the governor. The last time I saw you, we were together at my home. And your leadership in this state and your national leadership has been extraordinary. And you […]