The Trump administration’s proposal would significantly weaken a major Obama-era regulation on clean water, according to a talking points memo.
The congressional candidate has slammed alleged absentee ballot fraud and has called on Republican rival Mark Harris to “tell us exactly what he knew.”
“The train has left the station,” according to the Judiciary Committee Democrat, who also said the president broke the law with several tweets.
The Trump administration has touted increased energy exports as a key element in its strategy to rebalance foreign trade. It’s not working.
History is often kind to former presidents, but Trump may be helping things along.
Two other options other than a bill that would end US support for the Saudi war in Yemen have surfaced since the 63-37 vote that was considered a rebuke of Trump.
William P. Barr, a supporter of executive power who served as attorney general in 1991-93, is a front-runner to lead the Justice Department again.
Scott Walker has 10 days after the bills are delivered to him to either sign them into law or veto them.
After a long tenure in Congress, where he was one of the few Southerners to support the Civil Rights Act, he oversaw Nashville’s growth as mayor.
There are lots of incentives to a presidential bid, and not all of them involve winning; plus, an update on the voter fraud story in North Carolina.