E.P.A. Inspector General to Investigate Trump’s Biggest Climate Rollback

Credit: NYTimes.com- Published on July 27, 2020
The agency’s watchdog office said Monday it would investigate whether the reversal of Obama-era fuel efficiency standards violated government rules.

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United States Environmental Protection Agency

Agency of the U.S. Federal Government
Lysol products were approved by the EPA to protect against the coronavirus, making them hard to find. But select retailers are restocking them.
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Donald Trump

45th president of the United States
His warning comes as President Trump continues to talk about so-called herd immunity.
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President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that Americans won't be allowed to bring home cigars and rum from Cuba under new sanctions likely to appeal to..
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Judge Amy Coney Barrett, one of President Trump's top contenders to be nominated for Justice Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat, visited the White House again..
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Barack Obama

44th president of the United States
The fight in Washington for late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's replacement is just getting started. President Obama may pick a nomination as early as..
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Supreme Court justice says she had a bit of wine before President Obama's speech, and it may have showed a bit
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A new documentary called "The Way I See It" follows Pete Souza, the former official White House photographer for Presidents Reagan and Obama. (Sept. 21)
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The Democratic nominee, in Wisconsin, tried to place himself on the side of American workers, while Mr. Trump used a trip to Ohio to blame his opponent for job..
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She could have had President Obama nominate her successor. But she didn’t get to the Supreme Court by letting other people tell her what she could do.
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