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The new limits on public communications appear to be targeting agencies that are charged with overseeing environmental and scientific policy, prompting criticism from officials within the agencies and from outside groups focused on climate change.
A memo to EPA communications staff said “no social media will be going out” and incoming media requests will be “carefully screened.”
The move to breathe new life into the Dakota Access and Keystone XL projects is the latest step in the new president’s effort to dismantle Obama administration policies. It was unclear how President Trump’s orders would restart the projects.
(Reuters)
The White House press secretary claimed the president believes millions voted illegally in the presidential election, based on studies that were presented to him. Then Spicer cited a Pew study that does not support this claim.
Comey, who is under investigation for his handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe, has told people he has been asked to stay in his post in the Trump administration, people familiar with the matter said.
D.C. police confirmed that secret video recordings made by a group called Project Veritas led to the arrest of one man and foiled an alleged acid attack at the DeploraBall in downtown Washington.
Wendy Uruchi Contreras, a Virginia organizer for CASA and mother of two, will be deported to Spain this week. Her undocumented status was exposed when she was arrested for drunk driving.
Rosalynd Harris, a waitress at Busboys and Poets, said the exchange overwhelmed her at a time when so much of the country is divided. “It instills a lot of hope.”
The federal government’s largest civilian agency is trying to figure out whether the halt applies to 750,000 Defense Department civilians.
British designer Aruna Seth dispatched her head of marketing to hop on a flight to Washington to hand-deliver the goods.
The alleged "Pizzagate" gunman anticipated a "violent confrontation" at the D.C. restaurant, police said.
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The former Broncos great was in Washington for the presidential inauguration.
Washington vs. Boston
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24-
1:11, 1st quarter
29
1:11, 1st quarter
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1 2 3 4 Total
BOS 24 - - - 24
WAS 29 - - - 29
Recent updates
0:47 Kelly Oubre Jr. with a defensive rebound.
0:48 James Young misses a 3-point jump shot from 26 feet out.
0:53 Substitution: James Young in for Jonas Jerebko.
0:53 Celtics with an offensive rebound.
0:53 Kelly Oubre Jr. blocks a Terry Rozier layup.
Stat leaders
Boston
Thomas 8
6 tied 1
Thomas 3
Washington
2 tied 8
2 tied 3
3 tied 2
Celtics
Wizards
Player stats
Player FG Pts Reb Ast
A. Horford 2-3 4 1 2
A. Johnson 0-2 0 0 0
I. Thomas 2-3 8 1 3
J. Crowder 2-3 6 1 2
M. Smart 1-3 2 0 0
J. Jerebko 0-0 0 1 0
K. Olynyk 2-4 4 1 0
T. Rozier 0-1 0 0 0
J. Brown 0-1 0 1 0
G. Green DNP
T. Zeller DNP
A. Bradley DNP
J. Mickey DNP
D. Jackson DNP
J. Young DNP
Player stats
Player FG Pts Reb Ast
M. Gortat 4-4 8 1 0
M. Morris 1-4 3 3 2
J. Wall 2-3 4 3 2
B. Beal 3-3 8 0 2
O. Porter... 1-1 3 1 0
J. Smith 0-0 0 0 0
T. Satora... 0-0 0 0 1
K. Oubre ... 1-2 3 0 0
I. Mahinmi DNP
M. Thornt... DNP
A. Nichol... DNP
T. Burke DNP
S. McClel... DNP
D. House DNP
D. Ochefu DNP
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