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Leaked Memo: EPA Shows Workers How To Downplay Climate Change

Leaked Memo: EPA Shows Workers How To Downplay Climate Change

The Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday evening sent employees a list of eight approved talking points on climate change from its Office of Public Affairs ― guidelines that promote a message of uncertainty about climate science and gloss over proposed cuts to key adaptation programs. An internal email obtained by HuffPost ― forwarded to employees by […]

Trump Administration Strikes Trade Deal With South Korea

Trump Administration Strikes Trade Deal With South Korea

A quality control engineer examines hot-rolled coils of steel being stored in 2015 at South Korean manufacturer POSCO’s facility. Worldsteel/Worldsteel via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Worldsteel/Worldsteel via Getty Images A quality control engineer examines hot-rolled coils of steel being stored in 2015 at South Korean manufacturer POSCO’s facility. Worldsteel/Worldsteel via Getty Images The […]

Keith Raniere: Leader of Nxivm group charged with sex trafficking

Keith Raniere: Leader of Nxivm group charged with sex trafficking

Image copyright Keith Raniere Conversations/ Youtube Image caption The 57-year-old was detained by immigration authorities in Mexico, where he has reportedly been living for several months Keith Raniere, the leader of an elusive US self-help group, has been arrested by the FBI in Mexico and charged with sex trafficking. Federal prosecutors allege Mr Raniere oversaw […]

University of Oklahoma regents select new president to succeed David Boren

University of Oklahoma regents select new president to succeed David Boren

​The University of Oklahoma board of regents announced its selection for the school’s 14th president Monday morning. James L. Gallogly will replace David Boren as university president following his retirement at the end of the academic year on June 30. Regents appointed Gallogly during a special meeting at 7:30 a.m. Monday. A news conference to announce the […]

The Dramatic Last Hours as Agents Stalked the Austin Bomber

The Dramatic Last Hours as Agents Stalked the Austin Bomber

“We knew what the suspect was capable of,” Mr. Filla said. The story of how law enforcement agents were finally able to stop the bomber’s deadly attacks emerged Friday, as the police continued to review evidence recovered at the suspect’s home in nearby Pflugerville, Tex., and began to release details of an operation that ended […]

American Allies Urge Trade Peace as China and the US Bump Heads

American Allies Urge Trade Peace as China and the US Bump Heads

Updated March 23, 2018 2:54 a.m. ET U.S. allies in Asia called for calm after President Donald Trump’s latest tariff moves and said they wanted to avoid a trade war—even Japan, which was made to pay duties on steel that others avoided. On Thursday, Mr. Trump threatened to impose tariffs on $60 billion in Chinese […]

Federal government, schools delayed as area cleans up after snow storm

Federal government, schools delayed as area cleans up after snow storm

WASHINGTON — Most major roads in the D.C. area are in good shape leading to relatively easy Thursday morning commute as the area cleans up from one of the biggest snow storms in years. Quick Links: Federal agencies in the D.C. area are open under two hours delayed arrival. The federal government joined several school […]

Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy snow, winds

Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy snow, winds

Power outages possible Crews work on downed power lines following a nor’easter. CBS News Major power outages are possible, especially given the hit the power grid took during the earlier March nor’easter. On Monday, New York’s Westchester County Board of Legislators held a special meeting on the massive power outages caused by the previous storms, […]

Police Respond to Sixth Explosion in Texas as Serial Bomber's Terror Continues

Police Respond to Sixth Explosion in Texas as Serial Bomber's Terror Continues

“It’s such a random sending of these bombs,” said Nelson W. Wolff, the top elected official in Bexar County, which includes San Antonio. “You’ve got somebody out there, or possibly more than one person, that’s obviously got a system going, and that doesn’t mean it couldn’t be changed from one town to the other.” The […]

Stormy Daniels payment not about Donald Trump's campaign, Michael Cohen says

Stormy Daniels payment not about Donald Trump's campaign, Michael Cohen says

Carolyn McAtee Cerbin, USA TODAY Published 11:53 p.m. ET March 19, 2018 | Updated 12:16 a.m. ET March 20, 2018 Michael Cohen, personal attorney for Donald Trump, comments to the news media after his meeting with the Senate Intelligence Committee was unexpectedly canceled on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., Sept. 19, 2017. (Photo: Shawn Thew, EPA-EFE) […]