Congratulations! You are the newly elected U.S. Senator to the great state of Kinja. Your first order of legislative business is a confirmation hearing. Read more...
President Obama is golfing today at Joint Base Andrews with HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, outgoing Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, and White House chef Sam Kass. This amounts to something of a show of support for Sebelius, who is under fire for...
Former U.S. Secretary of Transportation and Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Joins Health Discovery Corporation Board of Directors HANSON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Health Discovery Corporation (OTCBB: HDVY) announced today that Secretary...Show More Summary
It has been almost a year since Congress passed a bill obliging airlines to take musical instruments on board. Last year, President Obama signed the bill into law. Since then, nothing has happened. It needs the stroke of a pen from Ray LaHood, US Secretary of State for Transportation, to make the law effective, but he’s [...]
When President Obama announced Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx as his nominee for Secretary of Transportation last week, the New York Times noted the pick for adding “a rising young African-American from the South to balance out a cabinet...Show More Summary
Transit advocates are hoping that Anthony Foxx's experience as the successful mayor of a mid-size city will ground his work as secretary of transportation.
In my opinion the Governor McCrory, his Secretary of Transportation - Mr. Tata, and Kathy Brannan of the Liability Insurance Unit are in engaging in Mail Fraud and Conspiracy by sending out License Plate Revocation letters with no basis. Show More Summary
Anthony Foxx, the mayor of Charlotte and Obama's pick for the next Secretary of Transportation, issued two city proclamations yesterday. One of them recognized the National Day of Prayer; the other one declared the day to be a Day of Reason. Show More Summary
Anthony Foxx, Mayor of Charlotte and President Obama's nominee for Secretary of Transportation, issued a proclamation declaring yesterday a "Day of Reason": So, of course, FOX News Channel was going to talk about it. And who better to...Show More Summary
From the May 2 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
Last Sunday’s news of Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx’s nomination as the next transportation secretary came without much ado. However, for those who live around the Charlotte area and know the history of local public transportation, the pick of Foxx at the very least deserves some consideration. Show More Summary
Governor Pat Quinn was joined by U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, Federal Railroad Administration Administrator Joseph Szabo and Nippon Sharyo Ltd. Chairman Katsuyuki Ikushima to announce the expansion of the Nippon Sharyo passenger railcar...
Charlotte pols have a message for Georgia pols: pull for Anthony Foxx to be secretary of transportation. Then you will have a friend in Washington because he has one in Atlanta: MARTA General Manager Keith Parker.
The National Day of Prayer is tomorrow, but Charlotte, North Carolina Mayor Anthony Foxx (also President Obama’s nominee for U.S. Secretary of Transportation) issued a proclamation declaring tomorrow the National Day of Reason: [Click headline for more…]
2013-04-30: Our new US secretary of transportation Charlotte mayor Anthony Foxx has shown great passion for a streetcar line. His reasoning is that this charming 100+ year-old walking-speed mode will "revitalize" downtown Charlotte.Show More Summary
Anthony Foxx has decided not to seek a third term as Charlotte mayor so he can spend more time with family. Looks like he'll have to do so in Washington, as Secretary of Transportation. Good for him.That means Charlotte will elect a new mayor in November, and the jostling has begun. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama has formally nominated Charlotte, North Carolina mayor Anthony Foxx to succeed Ray LaHood as Secretary of Transportation. Foxx will continue the goal LaHood has set to rebuild and expand the nation’s infrastructure. News of Obama’s nomination began to leak this past Sunday, and according to Obama, Foxx is one of the most [...]
Randal O'Toole America’s transportation system will continue to grind to a halt under President Obama’s pick for transportation secretary, Anthony Foxx. Currently mayor of Charlotte, N.C., Foxx strongly supports streetcars and otherShow More Summary
Anthony Foxx, labeled by President Obama as "one of the most effective mayors Charlotte [North Carolina] has ever seen," has been nominated by the President to be the next Secretary of Transportation. Foxx would take over for Ray LaHood,...Show More Summary
If Anthony Foxx becomes the next Secretary of Transportation, he will oversee a vast bureaucracy that manages the nation's highway programs, aviation, railroads and transit.