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The White House's Promised Spanish Website? Nada de Nada

The White House's Promised Spanish Website? Nada de Nada

By Luis Alonso Lugo | Feb 12
A year into the Trump administration, the White House website still has no Spanish-language content, unlike during the two previous administrations and even though nearly 1 in 5 people in the United States speaks Spanish.

Lands Stripped from Utah Monuments Open to Claims, Leases

Lands Stripped from Utah Monuments Open to Claims, Leases

By Brady McCombs | Feb 7
The window opened Friday for oil, gas, uranium and coal companies to make requests or stake claims to lands that were cut from two sprawling Utah national monuments, but there doesn't appear to be a rush to seize the opportunities.

What Happens When The Government Shuts Down?

What Happens When The Government Shuts Down?

Jan 19
It's a crummy way to run a government, sure, but Social Security checks will still go out.

5 Ways to Assess Whether the GOP Tax Plan is Delivering

By Josh Boak | Jan 8
As soon as summer, it may become clear whether the tax cuts have unleashed stronger consumer spending. But it could take years to know whether many people are enjoying the generous pay raises.

Controversial Book on Trump Released

Controversial Book on Trump Released

Jan 5
"Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" was released on Friday. It paints a disparaging picture of President Trump and his family. The President says it's filled with lies. One Washington bookstore opened overnight and quickly sold out.

White House Barring Personal Phones in West Wing

Jan 5
The White House is cracking down on staff using personal cellphones at work.

AP: Hundreds of Superfund Sites Face Flood Risks

AP: Hundreds of Superfund Sites Face Flood Risks

Dec 23
Hundreds of the nation's most polluted places are at an increasing risk of spreading contamination beyond their borders as a result of more frequent storms and rising seas. Almost 2 million people live within a mile of these at-risk toxic sites.

Will U.S. Companies Put Overseas Cash to Work? Don't Bet on It

By Paul Wseman and Michael Liedtke | Dec 17
Republicans say they're confident companies will spend their tax reform windfall on new plants, equipment, jobs and higher pay - but the companies seem likely to direct their money mainly to shareholders.

What the FCC Rollback of 'Net Neutrality' Means to You

By Barbara Ortutay and Tali Arbel | Dec 16
Now that the federal government has rolled back the internet protections it put in place two years ago, the big question is: What does the repeal of "net neutrality' rules mean to you?

DOJ Appeals Decision to Allow Transgender Troops Next Year

By Ryan Lynch | Dec 16
After having its ban on transgender military service overturned twice, the Department of Justice is appealing a Jan. 1, 2018 deadline to allow those soldiers to serve.

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