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5/6/2021

Nurses have been caring for American soldiers, both on the battlefield and off, since the Revolutionary War, when General George Washington requested...

4/22/2021

For many years leading up to the first Earth Day in 1970, pollution had become a reality that was largely ignored by most Americans. Cars were large and inefficient...

4/16/2021

If one of the things you’re most looking forward to is being able to attend exciting in-person events again, we have great news for you. Free tickets are...

4/2/2021

As a society, we tend to focus our appreciation on the men and women who make sacrifices to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. While this is vitally important...

3/25/2021

Honor and duty are a way of life for members of the United States military. These are traits that are both understood and expected. Some individuals, however, go above and beyond...

3/10/2021

Is it just us, or does it seem like tax season comes earlier every year? The fact is, this year, tax season actually got a bit of a late start. The government postponed the first day...

2/22/2021

If you’re like most people, you understand the importance of providing financial security for your family through life insurance. But if you have a dual-income family...

2/8/2021

From the beginning of our history, Black men and women have made tremendous contributions to our society—and particularly to the success of the...

1/27/2021

Do you have a college-bound high school senior in your family? If so, be sure to learn all about the William A. Dietrich Memorial Scholarship from USBA Services, Inc...

1/13/2021

When it comes to buying life insurance, a face-to-face conversation between consumer and financial professional has long been the standard purchase method...

12/30/2020

After a year like 2020, you may be ready to rush right on into 2021. Before you do, remember that this is the perfect time to look back and think about changes in your life. Because a lot can happen...

12/15/2020

Now, Therefore, I, Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States of America, do hereby designate December 15, 1941, as Bill of Rights Day. And I call upon the officials of the Government...

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