Barbara Buono, the Democrat trying to oust New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, is so low on funds that her campaign ads don’t reach voters via television or radio. To see them, you must go to her website, Facebook or Twitter page.
Republicans, angry over the Internal Revenue Service scrutiny of anti-tax groups, have aimed their frustration at a career employee with a bonus benefit: She’s charged with overseeing an enforcement portion of the health- care law.
Alfalfa genetically modified to withstand Monsanto Co.’s Roundup weed killer was correctly deemed by U.S. agriculture officials not to be a plant pest that needs to be regulated, a federal appeals court ruled.
Once dismissed by Wall Street as a feel-good fad, “sustainable and responsible investing” has gained momentum, today attracting nearly one in every nine dollars under professional management in the United States.
Singapore’s Institute of Microelectronics, where U.S. research engineer Shane Todd worked before he died, doesn’t do classified military-related research, according to an executive director at the institute.
Oil and gas industry representatives offered qualified support for a U.S. proposal to govern hydraulic fracturing on public lands that establishes federal oversight while deferring to state standards in some cases.