The Interior Department last month rolled back Obama-era restrictions on methane “flaring” despite Secretary Ryan Zinke previously calling the practice “wasteful.”
As an attorney in the late 1990s, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh defended a company accused of failing to provide treatment and adequate care to inmates dying of HIV and AIDS in Alabama prisons.
Scott Pruitt once let himself into the Oval Office and asked President Donald Trump to sign off on withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement on the spot, according to a new book by Bob Woodward detailing the inner workings of the Trump White House.
Facing criticism of secrecy around Secretary Ryan Zinke’s schedule, the Interior Department pledged in early August it would release his calendar every week. It lasted all of three weeks.
Bannon: Trump Was ‘Bad Father,’ ‘Terrible First Husband,’ ‘Terrible Boss That Grabbed You by the Pussy’
In explicit terms, Steve Bannon acknowledged that Donald Trump was the “perfect foil” for feminists and women in the #MeToo era, according to Bob Woodward’s forthcoming book about the Trump White House.
The acting administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency was a key ally in the conservative fight to paint climate change as a hoax, according to a book by a senator leading that effort.
In a five-month span last year, President Donald Trump’s lead trade negotiator Robert Lighthizer took five international flights that cost taxpayers more than $44,000.