The identities of her breakfast guests would be left off of her official State Department calendar — omissions that are among scores of names and events missing from Clinton’s historical record of her daily activities as secretary of state, an Associated Press review found
“When we see schools provide extremely poor outcomes for students — or even commit fraud — while maintaining accreditation, that is a black mark on the entire field,” said Mitchell. “The unfortunate reality is that not all institutions have students’ best interests at heart or are investing their resources in ways that maximize student success. Accreditors should be the failsafe in these instances.”
Hillary Clinton has announced the endorsement of more than 40 business leaders, part of an effort to win support from independents and Republicans worried about Donald Trump.
“I think that he’s incredibly intelligent, but I think that he does something to Donald Trump that would be very effective, which is to make a joke out of him,” said Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison.
“I cannot, and I will not, allow the appearance of judge shopping,” Tingling said at the time.
“I don’t know where he’s going to get the money,” said economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin, president of the American Action Forum, a center-right think tank. “Maybe he’s got it in the Cayman Islands or something?”
“I’m not sure what the purpose of the trip is,” said Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., who added that he hopes Trump “would get back here quickly.”
The White Council of Economic Advisers says more than doubling the royalty rate would reduce mining from federal lands by just 7 percent. It says such a move would cut emission from burning coal and bring as much as $730 million annually in new revenue.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is scheduled to discuss the plan Thursday in Colorado. The Agriculture Department says the effort will include 76 projects in at least 11 states.
“While the Americans don’t always expect us to win, they do expect us to fight,” said Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, as dawn broke and the few remaining lawmakers sat in a paper-cluttered chamber beneath empty visitor galleries. “We demonstrated to the American people why we can’t get votes on common sense safety measures.”