Twitter is skeptical that Gov. Christie did not know about the bridge scandal.
A Washington state newspaper is crying foul after a state senator proposed making the paper pay a $150,000-a-year fine for being “one of the top polluters in the county.” It just so happens that the lawmaker, state Sen. Don Benton, had been the subject of a series of critical articles in the same newspaper.
The internal report exonerating Chris Christie in the George Washington Bridge scandal was big enough news that the cable networks went live to the presser during or after President Obama talking about his meeting with Pope Francis.
The Obama administration on Thursday announced plans to place the lesser prairie chicken on a list of threatened species, a move that drew the ire of some Republican lawmakers and energy producers who derided the decision as an "overreach."
Randy Mastro said on “The Kelly File” his investigation was exhaustive and thorough, and in the end completely exonerated Christie.
A press release the Democratic congressman issued to apologize for the leaked video misspells the farming terms “detasseling and baling,” when describing Braley’s farming credentials.