The giant open-pit project will produce 90,000 tons of ore daily and 1.25 billion tons of waste.
Author: Sarah Okeson
Senators with corporate dollars in their pockets want to roll back the FCC’s ‘net neutrality’ rule.
‘In his long career taking advantage of the revolving door of special interests, Bernhardt has always sided with big business.’
Commerce Sec. Wilbur Ross says imports are a ‘national security’ issue.
Fourteen positions that require Senate confirmation are vacant. Six Obama holdovers are still in place.
A Washington state representative pushes a bill to allow manure to seep into ground water. He also wants to prevent environmental groups from suing farmers.
She reverses an Obama policy so young people who miss payments on education loans could end up being charged fees of 16% of the total amount they owe.
Democrats’ efforts to chip away at the Republican-controlled House of Representatives begin with a special election in the red-state bastion. Four other states have elections coming up.
Radical Republicans want to dismantle the landmark law that has protected bald eagles, alligators and other native American wildlife.
Boats that have recently visited 17 other countries also won’t be able to come to the United States unless they increase their security.