ATLANTA (AP) — President Barack Obama’s top transportation official says partisan wrangling over spending prevents progress on improving the nation’s crumbling infrastructure. Newly confirmed Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx told a national gathering of state legislators […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx resigned Monday at a special meeting of the City Council, sharing heartfelt memories of the city as he prepares to be sworn in and join President Barack […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx could see his prospects to become the new U.S. transportation secretary improving. Foxx’s nomination is scheduled for a hearing Monday by the U.S. Senate’s Commerce, Science and […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama’s nominee for transportation secretary — Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx — received a friendly reception from senators of both parties Wednesday laced with warnings that the nation needs to make […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx has an interview for promotion to a national job. Foxx is President Barack Obama’s choice to become U.S. transportation secretary. He will be questioned Wednesday afternoon by […]
President Barack Obama intends to nominate Rep. Melvin Watt to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the government regulator that oversees lending giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and he has chosen a former cable and wireless industry lobbyist to head the Federal Communications Commission, according to White House officials.
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx will not seek re-election.
A year before the first convention-goers set foot in town, Charlotte leaders insisted the city would reap the benefits of hosting a political convention.
We had the distinct pleasure to have Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx talk about trying to eliminate bullying in our schools and work environment throughout the Queen City.
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx joins a whole host of high profile people, including former Charlotte Mayors Harvey Gantt (D) and Richard Vinroot (R), in speaking out against Amendment One. At the Human Rights Campaign Carolina Gala held at the Charlotte Convention Center in February, Mayor Foxx explains why he will be voting against Amendment One on May 8th in the North Carolina primary.