The proposed new rules could insulate the state from President Donald Trump’s executive order to roll back the reach of the Clean Water Act.
Federal programs that have assisted communities with cleaner water, safer sidewalks and sewage treatment are on the chopping block in Washington.
Government auditors also report the insurance fund for taxpayer-backed mortgages lost $14.2 billion.
After being kicked off GoDaddy’s domain name registration service, the white supremacist site moved to Google. Google quickly kicked it off, too.
Internet accounts of staging intended to sow violence may seem like idle speculation except recently similar suspicions have raised doubts even inside the White House.
Trump’s budget cuts would affect everything from faster airport screening to protecting people from earthquakes and investigating water contaminants.
Wisconsin farmers say the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown is making it harder to find workers for one of the state’s largest industries and the core of its Cheesehead identity, dairy production.
United The Right has the potential to throw a Virginia city into chaos, a look at why hate crime victims don’t report their attackers to police and an alt-right warrior’s quest for redemption.
“Now he actually has the opportunity finally to come and defend himself and wrap himself in the First Amendment, and yet he doesn’t have the guts to do so.”
Andrew Anglin faces a lawsuit that could destroy the Daily Stormer, one of the most influential in the online white supremacist ecosystem.
Senate Republicans pushed past evidence that he secretly lobbied for his biggest client, the powerful Westlands Water District in California’s Central Valley.
A whistleblower says “there shouldn’t even be a hearing” for Joseph Otting, Trump’s choice for the nation’s top banking regulator, due to an $89 million federal fraud settlement.
Internal emails show just how much some lawmakers rely on lobbyists for help with the nuts-and-bolts tasks of lawmaking.