U.S. Postal Service Reports First Quarter Fiscal 2020 Results

The USPS reported a decrease of $363 million, or 1.8 percent, compared to the same quarter last year.

USDA Now Offers 2 Programs for Hemp Farmers

One is a pilot hemp insurance program and another offers coverage against losses associated with lower yields, destroyed crops, and other issues.

Justice Dept Alleges Conditions at South Carolina’s Broad River Road Complex Violate the Constitution

The DOJ alleges the state actions violate the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution.

FCC Moves to Trace Robocalls Back to International Fraudsters

The Federal Communications Commission is calling on on phone companies that allow international robocalls into U.S. networks to fully participate in efforts to trace back those calls. 

Citizenship Revoked for Convicted Terrorist Who Sought to Help al Qaeda Destroy the Brooklyn...

The judge entered an order revoking the naturalized U.S. citizenship of convicted terrorist, Iyman Faris.

Presidential Task Force Launched on Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives

The task force is charged with enhancing the criminal justice response, consulting with tribal governments on potential solutions and empowering native communities with information.

Longest cross-border tunnel discovered in San Diego

#CRAZY - After a challenging multi-year, inter-agency investigation, utilizing technology capabilities, intelligence gathering, and community outreach, law enforcement partners on the San Diego Tunnel Task Force have exposed the longest illicit cross-border tunnel ever discovered along the Southwest border.

Fatal US Mining Accidents Dropped in 2019

This is the fewest annual fatalities ever recorded, and only the fifth year in MSHA’s 43-year history that mining fatalities were below 30.

Citing Threats to Homeland, Travel Limited for 6 Additional Countries

This enhanced review process raises the bar for global security by requiring nations to meet the Department’s stronger security standards and by making it clear to countries what they must do to meet those standards.

United Nations Declares 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health

Plants make the oxygen we breathe and give us 80 percent of the food we eat. But plants are under attack by invasive pests.