The EPA makes the change, which affects more than 400 U.S. coal-fired power plants, after utilities push back against Obama-era regulations. The companies are expected to save roughly $30 million a year as a result.
Four members of the punk collective have been given jail terms after stopping play at Sunday's World Cup soccer finale. The protesters said they were calling for release of political prisoners and more open political competition.
The woman, a District of Columbia resident, tried to use contacts with the National Rifle Association to develop relationships with U.S. politicians and gather intelligence for Russia, court documents allege.
U.S. intelligence officials call the Russian bots and trolls testing the waters a top concern, but they haven’t uncovered a clear, coordinated effort to mess with the campaign.
Rosenstein and Mueller know that even if the Russians surrendered themselves to the U.S., the hacking case would never go to trial. The indictment is based on guesses and designed to manipulate public opinion against Trump.
On the heels of the War of 1812, society began to drastically change due to government action and technological innovation. As some Americans prospered, many were left to wither.
Peter Strzok, whose anti-Trump text messages fueled suspicions of partisan bias, tells lawmakers that the intense scrutiny he is facing represents “just another victory notch in Putin’s belt.”