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  1. The core White House staff appointments, and most Executive Office officials generally, are not required to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate, although there are a handful of exceptions (e.g., the director of the Office of Management and Budget, the chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, and the United States Trade Representative).

  2. The Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America (also referred to as the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., the Jewish War Veterans, or JWV) is an American Jewish veterans' organization created in 1896 by American Civil War veterans to raise awareness of contributions made by Jewish servicemembers.

  3. The Presidents of the United States of America have been most frequently described as alternative rock, and pop-punk. [13] [11] [14] They have also been described as post-grunge . [4] Although they have been fairly consistently labelled as grunge by the media, [15] [16] The New York Times at the time of their debut in 1995, considered them "an antidote to the misery and self-absorption of ...

  4. The 1970 National Atlas of the United States of America page describes the development of this atlas briefly and gives a link to the Library of Congress archive. 1997 edition. The final National Atlas of the United States was created in 1997 and was published online through the first nine months of 2014.

  5. The Eastern United States, commonly referred to as the American East, Eastern America, or simply the East, is the region of the United States to the east of the Mississippi River. [1] [2] In some cases the term may refer to a smaller area or the East Coast plus Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Mississippi and their border states.

  6. Two—the Yukon and Columbia rivers—begin in Canada and flow into the United States. Three—the Milk and Saint Lawrence rivers and the Red River of the North—begin in the United States and flow into Canada. Of these, only the Milk River crosses the international border twice, leaving and then re-entering the United States.

  7. United States Department of Housing and Urban Development: Style: Madam Secretary (informal) The Honorable (formal) Member of: Cabinet: Reports to: President of the United States: Seat: Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, Washington, D.C. Appointer: The President with Senate advice and consent: Term length: No fixed term: Constituting instrument ...