Former EPA head Gina McCarthy's security detail consisted of six to eight personnel who assisted only during worldwide travel and public appearances. He added that coal miners should never apologize for the work they do. The company blamed the "destruction of the coal industry" by the Obama administration for its inability to provide the benefits to the retirees. The order also took measures to further protect the coal industry, namely by instructing the Department of the Interior to lift a ...
It was barely half the previous month's gain. The jobless rates for adult men (4.3%), teenagers (13.7%), black people (8.0%) and Asian people (3.3%) showed little or no change. In March, year-over-year wage growth was 2.7%, slightly lower than February but much higher than the 2016 average of 2.3%. And after factoring in inflation in the past year, paychecks are essentially flat.
We're slightly cooler for Tuesday with temperatures in the mid-60s and partly sunny skies. Eventually, clouds should clear out during the overnight period with temperatures in the 40s. For those heading to a sunrise service on Easter, expect temps in the upper 50s. We'll have a chance for showers Friday morning. NEXT WEEK: A cold front will approach the state and stall to our north early next week.
Trump leaves again for Palm Beach this afternoon. The estate remained unutilized, yet the property was costing the federal government around $1 million annually in maintenance fees. Trump said. "Well then, I guess I'll be back next week. I am sure they will get around to it". A new lawsuit filed Monday demands that the Trump administration release its visitor logs, both for the White House and for Trump's private residences in Florida and New York City.
Traditionally, rockets are scrapped after only one flight - but SpaceX has now achieved one of its long-term goals in successfully reusing one. "This is going to be ultimately a huge revolution in spaceflight", Musk said immediately after the booster's second successful landing.
He has already demanded the release of documents showing what procedures were followed, Attorney Norman Siegel told the Associated Press . A lawsuit has not yet been filed, added Siegel, who has yet to provide further details. "We believe that Mr. Di Modica's rights have been violated as a result of installing a statue of a young girl directly across from the Charging Bull ", Siegel wrote.