Going forward, Mr. Azar wrote in a Sept. 15 memorandum obtained by The New York Times, such power “is reserved to the Secretary.”
As Trump began his White House event touting his "environmental record," Shep Smith laid out his *real* record of killing regulations to protect the environment.
It's now inevitable that social media be regulated. A Canadian weighs in.
CNN contributor Amanda Carpenter warns Republicans not to get trapped in the false debate that they shouldn't do anything about gun control just because any single solution won't stop every shooting.
Guess who wants to roll back regulations for the credit bureaus?
We all know whose wages they're concerned about raising, and it's not your average working American.
Sen. John Thune on Fox's Sunday Morning Futures, pretending that Republicans care about raising wages for average working Americans.
Can President Trump throw out existing rules and regulations?
Fox News, Sunday Morning Futures, Feb. 14, 2016/
Donald Trump expressed outrage, outrage I tell you, that he could not properly wash his hair in South Carolina.
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