A trade deal was finally reached Thursday after negotiators from the European Union and Britain worked through the night and right into Christmas Eve on the finishing touches.
The acting head of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said Thursday that Twitter had locked him out of his account after he sent out a tweet in support of the wall at the southern border -- a move likely to further fuel concerns about the tech giant’s alleged bias.
The Department of Justice on Wednesday announced that it had charged five Chinese citizens allegedly involved in an “unprecedented” hacking campaign that involved the theft of code, customer data and valuable business data and affected more than 100 companies and institutions across the globe.
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., on Monday urged the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) to reject Oracle’s deal to take control of TikTok’s operations in the U.S., arguing it would allow for continued Chinese control of the social media app.
Acting Deputy Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli on Wednesday said that “reality is going to catch up” to local officials in Portland, who he says have failed to get a grip on continuing violence in the liberal city.
As the 2020 election approaches, the Trump campaign is highlighting what he has achieved so far as it keeps immigration center stage and is promising to keep it going in a second Trump term.
The Biden-Harris ticket marks a sharp left-shift on the subject of immigration – both legal and illegal. What would that mean for the country and for the American worker?
Former acting Director of National Intelligence Rick Grenell on Thursday said that presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris wanted to make Washington D.C. the “capital of the world” when it comes to how U.S. money is spent abroad.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Woody Johnson made “inappropriate or insensitive remarks” during his time as diplomat, according to a new report by the State Department’s independent watchdog -- which recommended additional investigation by the agency.
The State Department is rejecting what it calls Beijing's attempt to "extend authoritarian rule beyond its borders" after the Chinese government imposed sanctions on 11 U.S. citizens.