Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx is the designated survivor for this year's presidential State of the Union address, a long-held and secretive tradition.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx will be tonight's "designated survivor" for the State of the Union.
The former mayor of Charlotte will skip President Obama's State of the Union in case of calamity.
In the event the worst happens during tonight’s State of the Union address, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx will become the next President of the United States. The so-called “designated survivor,” Foxx will watch the address from a secure undisclosed location protected by the U.S. Secret Service, ready to take command should a catastrophe kill those…
While the rest of the government attends Obama’s big speech, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx (and the nuclear codes) will spend Tuesday night far from the Capitol.
Remember when former Kansas Secretary of Transportation Horace Edwards filed a multi-billion dollar lawsuit against Edward Snowden, Laura Poitras and others connected to the CitizenFour documentary "on behalf of the American people?" And remember when plenty of American people said, "STFU Edwards, you don't speak for me?" Well, suck it, dissenters. Show More Summary
John Wynne lays out the case for and against Hillary Clinton naming former Charlotte mayor and current Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx as her running mate. I see the argument for Foxx but I don’t think that he brings enough to the table — if the objective is to have a VP to help carry […]
UK Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has reopened the new £20m railway station in Northampton, providing improved journeys for thousands of passengers every day.
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Horace B. Edwards, Navy veteran and former Secretary of Transportation for the state of Kansas, is suing Edward Snowden, Laura Poitras and a handful of "Hollywood Defendants" for profiteering from the distribution of "stolen documents."...Show More Summary
UK Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has launched Virgin Trains' new direct services between London and the cities of Shrewsbury and Blackpool.
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UITP (International Association of Public Transport) attended the first UN high-level Advisory Group on sustainable transport in New York this week with UITP Secretary General, Alain Flausch, presenting the conclusions of the first meeting on behalf of th
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Randal O'Toole Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx came to Portland, Oregon last week to tell TriMet, the region’s transit agency, not to apologize for spending $204 million per mile on its latest light-rail line. Although thatShow More Summary
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx will be in Portland this week to tour the Tilikum Crossing bridge and talk with local and regional politicians about transportation funding.
Metro joined U.S Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx along with state and local elected officials Sept. 20 to officially break ground on the $1.420 billion Regional Connector Light Rail Project in downtown Los Angeles that will better connect the Met