April 12, 2004

Vice President Cheney had fun at a ball game in Cincinatti last week.

New approved Medicines and Procedures

10 years ago, total of 15 USAID and 13 U.S. embassy employees perished during the Rwandan genocide. See also here

The Administration on Aging has released the results of a survey that indicates that even though the majority of women aged 45 and older have at least two risk factors for osteoporosis, only 15 percent of those women not diagnosed by a doctor believe they are at risk for the disease. Get information about osteoporosis here

The FDIC [Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation] has received complaints from consumers who received an e-mail that appears to have been sent by the FDIC ... The e-mail informs recipients that their bank account has been temporarily closed ... The e-mail directs the recipient to review the contents of an embedded attached file ...
The e-mail was not sent by the FDIC and may be a fraudulent attempt to implant a computer virus onto the recipient’s computer or to obtain personal information from consumers. Financial institutions and consumers should not access the link or attached files provided within the body of the e-mail and should not under any circumstances provide any personal information to unknown sources.

In an unusual move for any Federal Agency, the National Security Agency "intends to hire approximately 1,500 people by September 2004 in an effort to meet the increasing needs of the ever-changing Intelligence Community." The newly appointed chief of Human Resources, Mr. John Taflan, is looking to increase the number of new hires by 1,500 per year for the next five years, which would be an unprecedented event for NSA.

Here's a Fact Sheet on that August 6, 2001 President's Daily Briefing.
Here's the redacted text

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