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In His Haste to Roll Back Rules, Scott Pruitt, E.P.A. Chief, Risks His Agenda

The courts, for instance, found that the E.P.A. had ignored clear legal statutes when they ruled that Mr. Pruitt had illegally delayed a regulation curbing methane emissions from new oil and gas wells and that the agency had broken the law by missing a deadline last year to enact ozone restrictions.Newsletter Sign UpContinue reading the main storyClimate Fwd:Sign up for our newsletter to get our latest stories about climate change — along with answers to your questions and tips on how to help.Thank you for subscribing.An error has occurred. Please try again later.You are already subscribed to this email.View all New York Times newsletters.In other cases — including one in which a federal court ordered the E.P.A. to act on a Connecticut request to reduce pollution from a Pennsylvania power plant, and one where judges demanded quick action from the agency on new lead paint standards — the courts warned Mr. Pruitt that avoiding enacting regulations already on the books was an inappropriate effort to repeal a rule without justifying the action.“The E.P.A. has a clear duty to act,” a panel of judges of the San Francisco-based Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit wrote in a 2-1 decision finding that the agency must revise its lead paint standards in 90 days, as regulations required. The agency had tried to delay the revisions for six years.In an interview on Friday, the White House spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said that Mr. […]

Pompeo and Bolton Appointments Raise Alarm Over Ties to Anti-Islam Groups

Islamic and Jewish groups have raised similar concerns about John R. Bolton, Mr. Trump’s choice for national security adviser and a former ambassador to the United Nations.Mr. Bolton and Mr. Pompeo both have ties to individuals and groups promoting a worldview that regards Islam not so much as a religion, but as a political ideology that is infiltrating the United States and other Western countries with the goal of imposing Shariah law, the Muslim legal code […]

U.S. Allies to Sign Sweeping Trade Deal in Challenge to Trump

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New York Today: New York Today: Protecting the Reservoir That Made Brooklyn

Weather.init(); }()); O beautiful for spacious skies. They’re clear and they’re blue, and the sunshine will warm things up with a high near 55. A splendid day to stroll about the wetlands. In the News • As New York considers congestion pricing, the systems used in London, Singapore and Stockholm could provide a valuable road map. [New York Times] Photo London Traffic builds up near the Canary Wharf business district. A congestion pricing system that started in 2003 has been largely successful. Credit Dan Kitwood/Getty Images • Closing arguments in the corruption trial of Joseph Percoco, a former top aide to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, are to begin this week. [New York Times] • Bloomberg L.P […]

New York Today: New York Today: Protecting the Reservoir That Made Brooklyn

Weather.init(); }()); O beautiful for spacious skies. They’re clear and they’re blue, and the sunshine will warm things up with a high near 55. A splendid day to stroll about the wetlands. In the News • As New York considers congestion pricing, the systems used in London, Singapore and Stockholm could provide a valuable road map. [New York Times] Photo London Traffic builds up near the Canary Wharf business district. A congestion pricing system that started in 2003 has been largely successful. Credit Dan Kitwood/Getty Images • Closing arguments in the corruption trial of Joseph Percoco, a former top aide to Gov. Andrew M. […]

New York Today: New York Today: Our City’s Rosa Parks

Weather.init(); }()); You knew it wouldn’t last. Our balmy weather is gone. Today will be cold, gray and wet. Expect rain, mostly after 9 a.m., and temperatures to fall to 39 by sunset. In the News • As the temperature hit a record high by noon, the Bryant Park ice skating rink in Midtown was covered in puddles, but skaters were undeterred. [New York Times] Photo The temperature reached 78 degrees in Manhattan. Credit Julia Gillard for The New York Times • A federal judge rejected bail for the former charter schoolteacher who was arrested last week for what the authorities called a bomb-making effort with his twin brother. [New York Times] • Seventeen people were indicted in a scheme to dominate the city’s towing industry, which prosecutors said defrauded insurers out of millions of dollars. [New York Times] • Representative Claudia Tenney, a Republican from Central New York, is being criticized after remarking that many mass murderers “end up being Democrats.” [New York Times] Continue reading the main story • JPMorgan Chase announced that it planned to tear down its Park Avenue headquarters and build a bigger, sleeker building in an effort to take advantage of new zoning laws. […]

Trump Rules: F.D.A. Chief Goes Against the Administration Stereotype

“He doesn’t want to blow up the agency,” said Mark I. Schwartz, a Washington lawyer who worked at the F.D.A. in Republican and Democratic administrations.Dr. Gottlieb has briefed Mr […]