Someone is at fault for leaks.
If the FBI does not turn over more than one million missing documents related to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, House Judiciary Committee chair Bob Goodlatte plans to subpoena the federal spy agency.
Federal Reserve officials meeting this week will weigh whether they will need to raise interest rates more aggressively in coming years because of recent tax cuts and government-spending increases.
Federal health officials have made unprecedented moves to try to curtail cigarette addiction in the U.S., including proposing a cut in the level of nicotine content in a cigarette by about one-third.
Amazon is leading the Defense Department’s winner-take-all cloud services competition.
After conducting an internal investigation, the Department of Justice reportedly concluded that former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe was not forthcoming with his investigation into how the federal spy agency handled its probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is considering whether to fire FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who will become eligible to receive a government pension in a matter of days.
An alternative was struck down with a warning that allowing plans that don’t comply with the Affordable Care Act was illegal.
President Trump's ouster on Tuesday of Rex Tillerson as secretary of state and his nomination of CIA Director Mike Pompeo to replace him was a matter of differing "personal chemistry" between Trump and each man, said former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.
The mother of a U.S. Navy service member, who served prison time for mishandling classified information, said she was surprised and overcome with happiness over President Donald Trump’s decision to pardon her son.
Government funding expires March 23, giving Congress less than two weeks to finish spending bills for the current fiscal year.
The past week's stock market price action was as chaotic as the fast-moving narratives it followed, and that's likely to continue.
Republicans may have gutted the Affordable Care Act (ACA) individual mandate in the 2017 Tax Act, but now some states, including Connecticut, are considering implementing a penalty tax on high-income people who choose to not purchase health insurance.
U.S. employers added 313,000 jobs in February, beating expectations for an increase of 200,000 jobs after January’s better-than-expected reading.
The commerce secretary defends President Trump’s plan to impose steel and aluminum tariffs.
Authorities have expressed concerns that digital currencies such as bitcoin may become the next offshore bank account – a way for the everyday person to move mass amounts of money without leaving a trail while simultaneously dodging taxes.
When Delta Air Lines announced plans one week ago to sever ties with the National Rifle Association following the Florida school shooting, Georgia lawmakers within days approved a bill that effectively killed a lucrative, $38 million tax break for the airline.
Delta Air Lines announced early Saturday morning that it would end its discount program with the National Rifle Association, but within days, Georgia’s Lt.
Since the Parkland, Florida school shooting left 17 people, mostly students, dead on Valentine’s Day, a number of major U.S. companies have announced plans to sever ties with the National Rifle Association, thanks, in part, to mounting pressure from gun control advocates.
It’s a classic case of the bureaucracy protecting the bureaucracy.