WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt said on Wednesday that he now has a legal fund in place to help him fight off a growing list of allegations against him related to his spending and reported ethical missteps in office.


40


Reuters

Latest News

CTV News: Man in life threatening condition after being struck by CTrain near Memorial Drive SE

Reuters: Russian soccer fans hurt in Rome metro escalator accident

Reuters: Trump adviser tells Putin: We'll quit arms control treaty you're breaking

Reuters: U.S. FCC moves to open more spectrum to connected devices

Reuters: CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-Netflix adds to growing debt pile with $2 bln bond issue

Reuters: CORRECTED-US STOCKS-Wall St sinks as weak forecasts add to dour mood; Nasdaq nears correction

Reuters: Wall St. falls on earnings worries but pares losses

WashingtonPost: The peculiar joy of stumbling on a Little Free Library

FOX: AP Explains: Diplomatic immunity and the Khashoggi case

FOX: Impact of migrant caravan on upcoming midterms

FOX: Mega Millions fever: What $1.6 billion can buy you

CNN: McDonald's is changing its breakfast menu to draw more customers

CNN: Hines Ward: The Rams can make a run at the Super Bowl

BBC: Fire in Belfast's Flame restaurant

ABC: AP Explains: Diplomatic immunity and the Khashoggi case

ABC: Tracy Chapman sues Nicki Minaj for copyright infringement

ABC: Number of unvaccinated children increasing despite overall high coverage

Los Angeles Times: Cody Bellinger on preparing for Fenway Park

USA Today: Is voter suppression happening in Georgia? Just ask disenfranchised voters: Today's talker

USA Today: Dolphins need to plug holes in run defense _ and fast

USA Today: Rajon Rondo on Chris Paul: 'They don't know he's a horrible teammate'

USA Today: Amway Coach's Call of the Week: Washington State's Mike Leach wins the award

Daily Mail: Starbucks opens first sign language store in DC

14 Related Articles from 2018-05-16