Martin Heinrich - the best personalized free web-based Email en en Martin Heinrich Acting FBI Chief Counters White House on Comey Piece by piece, the FBI'S Acting Director Andrew McCabe, during Senate testimony Thursday, undermined the White House's explanations about Director James... Thu, 11 May 2017 23:04:00 GMT 2017-05-11T23:04:00Z Acting FBI Director Says Comey Widely Supported Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe is contradicting the White House claim that fired director James Comey had lost the support of rank-and-file members... Thu, 11 May 2017 17:33:00 GMT 2017-05-11T17:33:00Z Trump: national monuments a 'massive federal land grab' WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday directing his interior secretary to review the designation of dozens of national monuments on federal lands, calling the protection efforts "a massive federal land grab" by previous administrations. It was yet another executive action from a president trying to rack up accomplish... Wed, 26 Apr 2017 21:03:00 GMT 2017-04-26T21:03:00Z Trump to order review of national monuments WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order Wednesday directing his interior secretary to review the designation of tens of millions of acres of land as "national monuments," an action that could upend protections put in place in Utah and other states as Trump tries to rack up accomplishments in his first 100 days. The Antiqu... Wed, 26 Apr 2017 01:11:00 GMT 2017-04-26T01:11:00Z How Senate Dems have said they will vote on court pick Senate Democrats have enough votes to block Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch with a filibuster, setting up a showdown with Republicans who plan to change Senate rules to confirm President Donald Trump's pick. The crucial 41st vote came from Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware who announced his decision Monday. Coons' opposition will prevent Republic... Mon, 03 Apr 2017 17:40:00 GMT 2017-04-03T17:40:00Z EPA says it can't pay economic damages from mine spill DENVER (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday it will not repay claims totaling more than $1.2 billion for economic damages from a mine waste spill the agency accidentally triggered in Colorado, saying the law prohibits it. The EPA said the claims could be refiled in federal court, or Congress could authorize payments. But attorneys f... Fri, 13 Jan 2017 22:51:00 GMT 2017-01-13T22:51:00Z