Several Congressmen sent another letter to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) Wednesday, months after requesting information about a failed undercover operation with similarities to Operation Fast and Furious.
Major changes are required at the Department of Defense and State Department before taxpayer money is spent on future reconstruction projects in nations such as Syria and Yemen, according to a new report.
Government officials and policy experts gathered at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Tuesday to discuss the humanitarian crisis in Syria, which they said is rapidly reaching a tipping point.
Former Middle East ambassadors and regional experts discussed President Barack Obama’s real agenda of his first visit to Israel as commander in chief at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy on Monday.
Government-mandated and union-backed project labor agreements (PLAs) are increasing costs on taxpayer-funded projects across the country even as local, state, and federal governments face a budget crunch.
Former White House officials Tevi Troy and Peter Wehner debated the future of the GOP Wednesday at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) as thousands of conservatives and Republicans traveled to Washington to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Cyber security experts criticized a recent, little-known report by the State Department’s inspector general on the department’s information security program, warning the report fails to test major vulnerabilities within the system.
Increases in the cyber capabilities of Iran and China have caused not only cyber espionage but “silent wars” between those countries and the United States, former Department of Homeland Security Assistant Secretary for International Affairs Paul Rosenzweig said on Tuesday.
Food truck owners, local farming advocates, and anti-regulation activists criticized food safety regulations Thursday at a panel at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), saying the regulations limit competition by placing impossible obstacles on local farmers and food trucks.
Al Qaeda affiliations have spread and strengthened throughout the Middle East and Africa, transforming al Qaeda into an increasingly dangerous global network, research analysts at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) said during a panel Wednesday.