AG Sessions asks remaining 46 US attorneys to resign Published March 10, 2017 FoxNews.com Attorney General Jeff Sessions has asked the remaining 46 U.S. attorneys to resign, the Justice Department announced Friday. The department said some attorneys, as in prior transitions, already had left the department. The statement said, “the Attorney General has now asked […]
Archive for March 10, 2017
Another local doper on a crime spree. At least it was in St. Louis County…maybe it won’t be pleaded to nothing.
duluthmn.gov THE CITY OF DULUTH, MINNESOTA City of Duluth FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE City of Duluth – Police Department 2030 North Arlington Avenue, Duluth, MN 55811 218-730-5400 | www.duluthmn.gov | Mike Tusken, Chief of Police For more information contact Ron Tinsley, Public Information Officer 218-391-1510 Header DATE: 3/10/2017 SUBJECT: 24 Year Old Female Formally Charged in […]
Captain Obvious wonders if she never heard of the IRS targeting or the fast and furious scandals. We’ve only got the best and brightest in Government, right? This is quite laughable.
Sen. Feinstein Worries ‘The Justice Department Could Become Politicized’ By Susan Jones | March 7, 2017 | 11:26 AM EST (CNSNews.com) – President Trump’s nominees for Deputy Attorney general and Associate Attorney general appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday for their confirmation hearing, which took on added importance, given Attorney General Sessions’ decision […]
Former U.S. Bank Stadium chair waived $55,300 in rent for club spaces without oversight Michele Kelm-Helgen waived fees for event spaces for some groups. By Rochelle Olson Star Tribune MARCH 10, 2017 — 6:26AM ELIZABETH FLORES, STAR TRIBUNE Michele Kelm-Helgen waived more than $55,300 in rent for U.S. Bank Stadium club spaces without consulting the […]
19 plead guilty in large Minnesota-Wisconsin meth ring STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS | March 10, 2017 at 8:14 am MADISON, Wis. — Nineteen people have pleaded guilty in a drug ring that authorities say trafficked 127 pounds of methamphetamine from the Minneapolis-St. Paul area to central Wisconsin communities over a three-year span. U.S. Attorney John […]
Restaurants are adding labor surcharges to help offset minimum wage increases Published March 10, 2017 The Wall Street Journal Restaurant diners are footing the bill for rising minimum wages. In lieu of steep menu price increases, many independent and regional chain restaurants in states including Arizona, California, Colorado and New York are adding surcharges of […]