U.S. State Dept. Urges ‘No International Travel’

The State Department says U.S. citizens should arrange for immediate return to the United States, unless they are prepared to remain abroad for an indefinite period. 

New USDA Team to Focus on Serving Beginning Farmers and Ranchers

The coordinator will work closely with the state coordinators to develop goals and create plans to increase beginning farmer participation and access to programs while coordinating nationwide efforts on beginning farmers and ranchers.

Department of Justice Launches a National Nursing Home Initiative

This initiative is focusing on some of the worst nursing homes around the country and the Department already has initiated investigations into approximately 30 individual nursing facilities in 9 states as part of this effort. 

TSA Touting Success:10 Million Pre-Check Enrolles

Are you a TSA Pre-Check user?

New Report Explores Problem of ‘Credit Invisibility’ Among HUD-Assisted Households

The study found that if the rent payments of HUD-assisted families are reported to credit reporting agencies, many of these households would cease being 'credit invisible.'

Oil Production from Department of the Interior Managed Leases Surpasses 1 Billion Barrels for...

Oil Production from Department of the Interior Managed Leases Surpasses 1 Billion Barrels for the First Time in History Under the Trump Administration

Lincoln Day 2020: Standing Up for the Rule of Law

"When I look out over this crowd of fellow patriots, I feel joy, I feel optimism, I feel solidarity, I feel strength, but most of all, I feel the blessings of God.  One of those blessings was the life of Abraham Lincoln."

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.