A federal judge is ordering the White House to restore CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s media credential, for now. In a limited ruling, Judge Timothy Kelly said broader issues involving First Amendment rights may be deliberated at a later date. The White House accused Acosta of inappropriate behavior and pulled his credential.
(AP) – French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire warned that the trade dispute between the United States and China could escalate into a fresh Cold War. Le Maire made the alarm-sounding comments at a Friday conference in Paris on the World Trade Organization’s future. He said there’s a “real risk” that a Cold War between […]
(AP) – There has been a little bit of confusion over the name of the neighborhood where Amazon will build one of its headquarters in northern Virginia. That’s because “National Landing” did not exist before Tuesday when the retail giant announced plans to bring 25,000 jobs to Arlington County and the city of Alexandria. Economic […]
(AP) – A U.S. State Department official says Washington sees “great promise” in developing energy resources in the eastern Mediterranean as ExxonMobil began exploratory drilling off Cyprus’ southwestern coast. Francis Fannon, the Assistant Secretary of State responsible for energy matters, says Washington sees existing and potential gas deposits in the east Mediterranean as a catalyst […]
It has now been confirmed that the first segment of President Trump’s border wall will cut through environmentally sensitive and historically significant areas south of Mission. The 6-mile segment will slice through Bentsen State Park, bisect the National Butterfly Center, and will leave the 119-year-old La Lomita Chapel on the south side of the wall. […]