President Donald Trump on Sunday morning tweeted a video of himself literally beating up CNN, calling the news network “fraud news.”
Premier Health Plan, a health insurer serving Ohio, has announced it is exiting the Obamacare exchanges by the end of this year.
The religious life of ancient Rome grew and changed in texture and detail as immigrants flowed into the city and her legions returned from the frontiers. Each arrival brought with them new cults and mysteries and myriad sacred objects to fill her temples. But Rome was magnanimous; she could contain multitudes and contradiction so long as the rites of public life were fulfilled. Beneath the cult of her glory all other cults could contest for the souls of her people.
Google announced plans on Friday to donate $2 million to a violence reduction campaign that includes the nation’s leading gun control organizations.
All cities are corrupt, but during the middle decades of the twentieth century, Los Angeles had a rare kind of corruption—a corruption in service of middle-class ideals, a corruption determined to serve double duty as a sort of civic improvement league.
The decision by Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe (D.) not to cooperate with a White House commission examining voting processes in federal elections comes after a year in which the governor circumvented the commonwealth’s supreme court to restore voting rights for convicted felons and stalled efforts by the Virginia legislature to fight voter fraud.
John Duarte, a fourth-generation California farmer, was disappointed this week when President Trump’s repeal of the Waters of the United States rule didn’t translate into immediate legal relief from an Obama administration’s environmental case against him.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt did not meet privately with the Dow Chemical CEO, contrary to reporting by the Associated Press.