The E.P.A. chief is under scrutiny for high spending and interactions with lobbyists. Many of the pitfalls he has encountered in Washington have echoes in his past.
The disclosure contradicts earlier statements that lobbying by J. Steven Hart before the E.P.A. hadn’t occurred.
In Washington, most officials and experts believe that the North Korean leader is determined to cement his country’s status as a nuclear state while escaping the chokehold of economic sanctions.
North Korea’s leader has made economic growth the nation’s new top priority. But he appears intent on entering talks as an established nuclear power.
Under siege by the president’s allies in the House, Mr. Rosenstein has acceded to some demands. But his allies worry that may expose the Justice Department to political meddling.
The report described President Trump’s years of poor treatment of the lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, and concerns that Mr. Cohen will cooperate with the federal officials who are investigating him.
Democratic leaders are intervening aggressively in California, where the state’s unusual voting system could undercut their chances in crowded congressional races.
Mourners from across the country, including four ex-presidents, gathered in Texas for the funeral of the former first lady.
The rally, which was held outside of Atlanta, was monitored by more than 700 law enforcement officers from 42 agencies.
North Korea and South Korea have installed the first-ever telephone hotline between their top leaders in another sign of improving relations.