Feinstein’s Husband Helped Subpar Students Gain Admission to UC

Richard Blum says he wrote letters for friends 'a bunch of times'

Sen. Dianne Feinstein's (D., Calif.) husband, San Francisco financier Richard C. Blum, admitted to using his position as a University of California regent to boost under-qualified students' admissions chances after a state audit named him in the UC Berkeley scandal.

EPA Threatens to Pull Office from NYC After Riots

Andrew Wheeler cites de Blasio, Cuomo's failure to quell violence

Environmental Protection Agency administrator Andrew Wheeler threatened to move the agency’s New York City office in a letter to Governor Andrew Cuomo (D.) and Mayor Bill de Blasio (D.) on Tuesday, citing the Democratic leaders' failure to tame violent demonstrations that he says jeopardize workers' safety.