Juliet Eilperin@doioig@SecBernhardt@USFWS 2/ The other found that a top DOI appointee, Doug Domenech, did violate federal ethics rules by participating in a matter involving a former employer, the Texas Public Policy Foundation. But he didn't violate his ethics pledge, b/c he hadn't signed it yet
Juliet Eilperin1/ Two interesting @doioig reports came out today. This one concluded that @SecBernhardt did not interfere improperly with @USFWS analysis of whether three pesticides posed an unacceptable risk to hundreds of endangered and threatened species
The state's unusual decision exposes the insurance industry’s miscalculation of the cost of climate change.
Juliet EilperinSpeaking of California's #ClimateChange contradictions: read @cflav and @bradplumer on how California just temporarily blocked insurers from cutting off customers in areas struck by wildfires. But that could make paying for disasters even harder
Report #20-P-0047, December 5, 2019. The EPA's actions regarding the proposed Glider Repeal Rule lacked transparency and deprived the public of required information.
Juliet EilperinRemember how @EPA sought to roll back pollution limits on heavy duty truck components called 'gliders,' based on a study funded by a glider manufacturer? @EPAoig just found the agency violated federal rules to analyze the move's impact on children's health
A project to calculate the cost of raising roads shows that some places may not justify the vast expense, casting doubt on the future of those areas.
Juliet Eilperin"As seas rise and flooding gets worse, not everyone can be saved. And in some places, it doesn’t even make sense to try." A must read by @cflav and @PatriciaMazzei on how officials in the Florida Keys face hard truths on #ClimateChange
Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher’s case pits a Pentagon hierarchy committed to enforcing longstanding rules of combat against a commander in chief with no military experience but a finely honed sense of grievance against authority.
In the hallway of his Baltimore middle school one afternoon in November 1983, DeWitt Duckett, 14, was shot and killed for his Georgetown University jacket. The attack was shocking - the first killing in a Baltimore city school. And the pressure to...
Juliet EilperinThe story I'm thankful for this week is a @TomJackmanWP piece on the three men from Baltimore just exonerated after serving 36 years in prison. It's an amazing testament to perseverance, and some criminal justice officials' willingness to admit a mistake