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Rick Perry says he "stepped in it" during Wednesday night's Republican presidential debate, but insisted that it won't force him out of the presidential race.
The versatile and sporty Toyota Matrix, which received a significant refresh for 2011, moves into 2012 continuing with two model grades and two powertrain offerings and available all-wheel drive. All Matrix models also include the Toyota Care complimentary maintenance plan, which covers the car for two years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first.
As chairman of the Environmental Protection Agency's financial advisory board, Bradley Abelow is charged with giving advice on investment and job creation to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson.
It is time for Lisa P. Jackson to resign. Last Friday at Howard University, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) railed against the coal industry, saying, "In [the coal industry's] entire history - 50, 60, 70 years or even 30 - they never found the time or the reason to clean up their act. They're literally on life support. And the people keeping them on life support are all of us."
Questions about Evans cloud D.C. lottery probe; Stewart endorses Allen for Senate; Video shows Norwood fumble questions in Lululemon murder trial; Reagan statue unveiled; O'Malley touts gas tax increase; Cuccinelli testifies on Hill against proposed EPA regulations; Maryland GOP elects Pipkin as Senate minority leader; Closing arguments expected in Currie bribery trial.
President Obama's latest plan to create jobs by spending government money appears dead on arrival on Capitol Hill as the administration struggles to gain the support of Democratic lawmakers, let alone Republicans. But the White House is trying a different method to use government-directed spending to supposedly create jobs. By tightening current regulations and writing new ones, says the administration, businesses will be forced to spend more money to comply with the new rules, which, in turn, will create jobs and spark economic growth.
As voters and citizens of the United States, it is our duty to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from increasing ethanol levels in our gasoline ("Corn-fueled politics," Comment & Analysis, Monday).
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II has filed a reply brief on behalf of Virginia, Texas and 13 other states in his lawsuit challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's findings in December 2009 that greenhouse gases are harmful to human health.
Records show that Democratic Rep. Linda T. Sanchez's campaign finances took a steep hit from a former treasurer linked to an alleged embezzlement scheme.