For the third time in the last eight months, an attempted space shuttle launch ended in disaster. Though discouraging, the Commercial Spaceflight Federation maintains a positive outlook on its industry’s future.
Last month's Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage put county clerk associations in a difficult spot, in some cases forcing association leaders to begin accepting marriage licenses in their own counties even if it goes against their personal convictions.
The media attention brought on by the number of violent shark attacks this summer has given the U.S. Lifesaving Association the opportunity to push a broader message about beach safety.
With Cuba back on the radar for U.S. tourism, thanks to a diplomatic thaw, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association is working on a plan to harness the country's growing travel demand so it benefits tourism throughout the region.
The advocacy group Freedom to Marry, which spent more than a decade fighting for the cause of same-sex marriage, will wind down its operations later this year. The group says its efforts will live on in future battles for gay rights.
Innovation is about ideas and passions, but ISACA succeeds with it by putting research first.
On healthcare and same-sex marriage alike, trade group and advocacy voices throughout the association world were working overtime to respond to two of the most prominent Supreme Court decisions in recent memory.
It’s impossible to predict how employees will respond to tragic events like the recent shooting at a Charleston, South Carolina, church. But employers can prepare themselves to get staff through a difficult time by crafting a disaster plan that includes a mental health component.
While last week's ruling by the Federal Communications Commission to rein in the use of robocalls was considered a big win for consumers, pollster groups have suggested that the decision could damage a necessary part of the democratic process.
For the first time in nearly two decades, the National Athletic Trainers' Association has updated the standards for treating and transporting a player who has received a spinal injury. The biggest change? A recommendation to take off athletic equipment before a player goes to the hospital.