White House and State Department officials cooperated extensively on background with a New York Times journalist during the period that he broke confidential national security information in a series of leaks that prompted outrage from lawmakers, according to unearthed 2011 and 2012 emails.
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One of Utah’s oldest power plants is slated to close next year due to costly Environmental Protection Agency regulations limiting mercury emissions from coal plants.
Reporter James Rosen on Thursday questioned White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on the current congressional investigation into the Benghazi terror attack, focusing on findings that indicate U.S. military posturing around the world was “poor” on the 11th anniversary of 9/11.
Insurers say the federal health-care marketplace is generating flawed data that is straining their ability to handle even the trickle of enrollees who have gotten through so far, in a sign that technological problems extend further than the website traffic and software issues already identified.