Even though FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired last Friday, it is an open question as to whether the FBI will release text messages he exchanged on government-issued or personal phones or try to shield them from public scrutiny.
President Donald Trump tightened U.S. sanctions against the Venezuelan government on Monday by prohibiting any U.S. financial transactions involving Venezuela’s new digital cryptocurrency, the Petro.
A Miami-based group that takes a hardline in opposition to Castro government has funded a television campaign calling on Florida residents to call the White House and urge President Donald Trump to name a new director of the U.S. broadcasting operation directed at the Cuban people.
Incoming Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is giving conservative foreign policy lawmakers and activists new hope that he can help President Trump deliver on his tougher stance toward security threats in Latin America.
Top Republicans and Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee are pressing President Donald Trump to prioritize and strengthen the administration’s efforts to counter Russia’s and other U.S. adversaries’ propaganda campaigns.
Advocates for providing parents more choices to screen violence and sexual content out of movies are urging the Trump administration to use its school-safety proposals to push back against major studios’ resistance to filtering products.
The Trump administration has asked Congress to punish California and other states, cities, and localities with so-called “sanctuary” policies that restrict cooperation with the federal government on matters of illegal immigration by withholding federal grants in a must-pass spending bill that requires action by next week to keep the government running.
California governor Jerry Brown’s half-mocking push to win President Donald Trump’s affection for the state’s $10.6 billion-dollar bullet-train failed to mention that the project is projected to cost at least $6 billion more than originally planned, according to a new estimate consultants on the project announced Friday.
Thomas Homan, deputy director of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, called out California’s top Democratic leaders for accusing federal law enforcement officers of unfair, traumatizing treatment of illegal immigrants in their state.
Liberal billionaire Tom Steyer, who has been pushing for President Trump’s impeachment and recently spent $3 million to register Latino voters, also is working hard this week to resuscitate a California state bill that would end the process of demanding thousands of dollars in cash bail from suspected criminals.