Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott PruittEdward (Scott) Scott PruittTrump tasks Pruitt, Chao to negotiate emissions standard with California: report Ex-aide: Officials intentionally kept Pruitt meeting with accused Cardinal off his schedule Overnight Energy: Trump still has confidence in Pruitt | Pruitt headed back to Capitol Hill | Trump sits down with automakers MORE asked for a 24/7 security detail, which he has blamed on security threats, before he ever started working at the agency, the EPA’s internal watchdog said Monday. “EPA’s Protective Service Detail began providing 24/7 coverage of the Administrator the first day he arrived,” Inspector General Arthur Elkins wrote in a letter to a pair of Democratic senators who had asked numerous questions about Pruitt's security. “The decision was made by the Office of Criminal Enforcement, Forensics and Training after being informed that Mr. Pruitt requested 24/7 … [Read more...] about Pruitt asked for 24/7 security before starting at EPA, watchdog says
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Troy Aikman is seeking a higher Pey day. After learning Fox was willing to offer Peyton Manning up to $10 million a year for "Thursday Night Football," the Hall of Fame quarterback is asking for a raise, Sporting News reports. Manning eventually turned down the opportunity, but Aikman believes if he's going to be pulling double duty — calling games on both Thursdays and Sundays for Fox Sports — he should get more cash. "Doubling salary might be tough," a source told Sporting News, "but a 50 percent raise? That sounds fair." TMZ Sports caught up with Aikman in March when the Manning rumors were swirling and the broadcaster knew he could be due for a raise. "That means I'm worth a little more 'cause I'm doing more games than he is," Aikman said at the time. Aikman has been calling games alongside Joe Buck for Fox for about 17 years. He joined the network shortly after retiring from football in 2000. Fox acquired … [Read more...] about Troy Aikman looking for a raise after Fox offered Peyton Manning up to $10 million: report
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Webb: Vectren's merger partner CenterPoint has asked for a lot of rate increases lately Vectren's CEO said Evansville customers could see "rate benefits." That's not what's happening for CenterPoint customers in Texas and Minnesota. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Jon Webb, Courier & Press Published 6:48 a.m. CT April 24, 2018 | Updated 7:42 a.m. CT April 24, 2018 CLOSE Courier & Press reporter Jessie Higgins explains how to read your utility meter. CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE … [Read more...] about Webb: Vectren’s merger partner CenterPoint has asked for a lot of rate increases lately
Between 4 and 8 p.m. today, teachers in the #RedForEd movement will tally up the results of a vote on whether to walk out of schools.Teachers will announce the results tonight, and depending on the outcome, the vote could light the fuse for a statewide walkout to demand that the governor and Republican-held Legislature increase teacher pay and school funding.So, will we know by tonight if schools will close down? Joe Thomas, the president of the Arizona Education Association, said that the teacher activists of the #RedForEd movement plan to discuss next steps at the union's headquarters after they learn the result of the vote. "I think there’s a desire to have clarity about what [the] next steps are," Thomas told Phoenix New Times. "If the next step is there’s a clear desire to use the tactic of a walkout, the leadership teams will say, 'Okay, what needs to happen?'"Noah Karvelis, a leader of the grassroots Arizona Educators United group, said that all options are on the … [Read more...] about Will Arizona Teachers Vote for a Walkout? We’ll Find Out Tonight