Acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker worked for the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust for three years. The group became a lucrative steppingstone in a swift rise to the nation’s top law enforcement job.
The developments buoyed the House minority leader as she fights to repel a small group of dissidents inside the Democratic caucus who want to force a leadership shake-up after 16 years with the Californian at the helm.
A sharp increase in fires, heat waves and other climate-change-fueled disasters has added urgency to California’s efforts at employee protection, especially for the most vulnerable — low-income and undocumented workers.
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In theater, the definition of a “turkey” is a disaster that can’t be saved. Does that apply to the perpetually peculiar presidential Thanksgiving turkey pardoning? The event gave the nation the chance to see if Donald Trump could show some whimsy — and he played the part.
Depending on whom you ask, things are as bad, or perhaps slightly less bad than before. The country’s already ruined economy has been further ravaged by inflation, and rapprochement with the West has been hesitant at best.
The Coast Guard has ordered Taylor Energy Company to contain and clean up the spill, which has leaked more than a million barrels since 2004. The Oct. 23 order came one day after The Post reported that the ongoing spill verged on becoming one of the worst offshore disasters in U.S. history.