The measure would have erased much of Obama's 2010 law, eliminating its unpopular requirement that people buy coverage, ending its Medicaid expansion and trimming federal assistance to people to help pay medical bills. With President...Show More Summary
Massive federal budget cuts proposed Thursday by President Donald Trump would be felt by South Dakotans across the state. The Argus Leader (http://argusne.ws/2ncbtOh ) reports that the president is proposing … Click to Continue »
The Trump Administration asked a federal appeals court on Wednesday afternoon to order a rapid review of the legality of the revised presidential order limiting immigration of people from six Mideast nations.
"I'm not necessarily in the best position right now, but fortunately it's a long tournament," Raonic said. "Doesn't mean things can't change and I can't get better throughout this event."
U.S. federal agents have confiscated 40,000 items that consumers hope are never fake: condoms. The counterfeits were seized in San Juan, Puerto Rico, officials said. The condoms were manufactured in China, according to a U.S. Customs...Show More Summary
The Trump administration has quietly appointed a Heritage Foundation staffer who has railed against civil rights protections for transgender patients as director of the federal agency charged with protecting the civil rights of all patients. Though the administration did not issue a formal...
As federal officials remain silent on sales and distribution details about a soy-based peanut butter substitute linked to a nationwide E. coli outbreak, secondary recalls of products made with the tainted soy butter have begun, leaving consumers to wonder how long they will have to wait for companies to voluntarily reveal how many more foods are... Continue Reading
The first federal appeals court’s review of President Trump’s revised order limiting immigration from six Mideast nations will go forward on an expedited schedule, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit decided Thursday.
Opposition parties criticize prime minister for appearing on the stump as advance voting on five federal by-elections begin The post Trudeau returns to by-election campaign trail appeared first on Macleans.ca.
California on Friday challenged the Trump administration’s approach to car pollution, approving standards that the White House said still need review and setting up a potential face-off between federal and state regulators. California Governor Jerry Brown and other state officials have vowed...
Virginia – A federal judge ruled Friday against blocking President Trump’s executive order that called for a temporary ban of immigrants... The post Virginia Federal Judge Sides With Trump, Refuses to Block Travel Ban appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The Trump International Hotel in Washington is not in violation of federal conflict-of-interest rules that bar elected officials from taking part in a lease of federal property, the U.S. General Services Administration said on Thursday. Show More Summary
Google and Uber each need to choose a good book for the judge presiding over their lawsuit, according to the "request for literature" filed in California federal court on Friday. It's a book recommendation, though, that comes with higher...Show More Summary
President Trump, who wants to relieve regulations on the auto industry, could roll back federal fuel economy laws while California is pushing ahead with its own pollution mandates. So much for the idea of one national standard.
Germany needs to change its laws so that asylum seekers guilty of benefit fraud are removed from the asylum process, an ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, striking a tough tone six months before a federal election. Show More Summary
Release: The Pillar of Law Institute won summary judgment today in the case Ball v. Madigan, striking down an Illinois state law that prohibits medical marijuana cultivation centers and dispensaries from making campaign contributions. Judge John Z. Lee of the … Continue reading ?
"The federal government will devote $1.8-billion more to culture and recreation spending over the next decade, “modernize” the Broadcasting Act and Telecommunications Act, and spend more on official and Indigenous languages, according to the budget delivered on Wednesday by Finance Minister Bill Morneau. Show More Summary
Assuming the circuit court agrees, that would set up a necessary Supreme Court showdown to harmonize the divergent rulings. A federal judge in Virginia ruled Friday against blocking President Trump?s executive order that called for temporarily stopping the entry of...
Soon, internet service providers may be able to share or sell your data without your permission. The Federal Communications Commission approved rules last year banning ISPs from doing just that, but on Thursday, the Senate voted along party lines, 50-48, to bar the FCC from enforcing those rules, even though...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia's top prosecutor pleaded not guilty to federal bribery and extortion charges on Wednesday as pressure mounted from the mayor and others for him to resign.