A judge said the Trump administration violated federal law by failing to take into account the climate impact of its oil and gas projects. The judge also blocked drilling on 300,000 acres in the state.
The new criteria have proved to be a boon to lesser-known candidates seeking a national stage and could create challenges for more-established politicians seeking to break away from the pack.
The filing comes amid speculation that the special counsel could soon send his final report to the attorney general.
Interim president Wanda M. Austin acknowledged the breadth of the university’s exposure to the scandal poses many questions. Chief among them: Why weren’t alarms raised internally years ago?
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European officials have grown frustrated by Britain’s inability to negotiate its departure from the bloc.
Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) has promised to give President Trump a “whipping” over his recent attacks on the late senator John McCain.
In a morning tweet, the president took fresh aim at George Conway, a conservative lawyer who has questioned his mental fitness and been a persistent critic of his policies.
The fine marks the third time in as many years that European watchdogs have penalized the U.S. tech giant for harming competition and consumers.
The Democratic presidential field is historically diverse, but three straight white men have dominated early news coverage.
Cyclone Idai came ashore near the central port city of Beira with winds exceeding 100 miles per hour, destroying much of the infrastructure in the city of a half-million.
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