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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Richard Nixon
The Federal Transit Administration says in a new report that the light-rail "Purple Line" expanding Washington, D.C.'s rail system further into the Maryland suburbs will cost $1 billion more than originally estimated.
Merle Hay Mall was the place to be for Des Moines kids before suburban malls, so an unsettling piece of public art displayed there from 1974 until it was quietly placed in storage in the 1990s was forever burnished into their memory.
The title pretty much explains the book's theory. If a reader doesn't let facts get in the way, it could be an interesting adventure.
First, Mitt Romney loses a presidential election that he was predicted to win in a walk. Then he appears some 15 months later on Sunday's "Meet the Press" to lecture the nation on how Republicans might lose the presidential election once again.
President Obama spent the federal holiday honoring his office by hitting the greens at a golf course frequented by past Republican presidents.
With two visits in less than a year to the sprawling Sunnylands estate in Southern California, President Barack Obama is helping to fulfill the dream of the late philanthropists Walter and Leonore Annenberg, who hoped the desert property they used as a winter home would become the "Camp David of the West."
Shirley Temple got her first ambassador appointment after Secretary of State Henry Kissinger heard her discussing Namibia at a party and, in her words, was "surprised that I even knew the word."
This is the year Chris Christie was planning to be more than just New Jersey's governor. Yet it turns out that high-profile investigations into his administration and campaign operation in a political payback case could make advancing his agenda a challenge.
Paper-snowflake manufacturer Michael Harmon sent a sample of his work in red, white and blue to Barack Obama.
Republicans in Congress on Tuesday called for an overhaul to the Endangered Species Act to curtail environmentalists' lawsuits and give more power to states, but experts say broad changes to one of the nation's cornerstone environmental laws are unlikely given the pervasive partisan divide in Washington, D.C.
Americans are more willing to forgive former President Bill Clinton for his scandalous affair more than 15 years ago than they are willing to forgive other notable liars in history, a new poll has revealed.
The Detroit Free Press. Jan. 29.
What has happened to The New York Times? The Gray Lady, America's Paper of Record, where readers turn to find "All the News That's Fit to Print," has gone off the deep end.
The Brattleboro (Vt.) Reformer, Jan. 31, 2014
Politicians, like elephants, cultivate long memories. Like elephants, some politicians don't get mad, they get even. Nobody channels elephants like Bill and Hillary Clinton. Bubba moderates his reputation for mischief with good ol' boy bonhomie. Hillary, not so much.
Nixon said previously he supports approving E15 fuel for sale in the state.
Nixon argued that the government needed to monitor "subversives" in order to shore up the "national security."