A trial judge is ordering the cigarette companies to publish on their websites, in their advertising and on their packages a series of “corrective statements,” which the tobacco companies had challenged.
The Republican Party is seeking documents from the State Department that could shed light on whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s office interfered with Freedom of Information Act as was reported earlier this week.
As their counterparts do on the other side, liberal and Democratic groups are working to turn every move and utterance by Republican presidential hopefuls into a viral tweet, a damaging video or a scathing news story.
The White House is expected to announce a stricter rule for the disposal of mountaintop-removal mining waste into streams. Some Republicans in Congress are describing the move as the latest campaign in the Obama administration’s “war on coal.”
Companies and coalitions aligned with her past positions on the trade legislation ponied up more than $2 million of the nearly $12 million in speaking fees Clinton hauled in between January 2014 and this March, weeks before she declared her candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft says he will not appeal the $1 million fine and loss of two draft choices the NFL penalized the team for its role in the use of deflated footballs in the AFC championship game.