DOJ: Maryland Excluded Christian School from Scholarship Program Due to Beliefs

The brief claims the school excluded the school from its BOOST Scholarship program due to the school’s beliefs regarding marriage and gender set forth in its Parent-Student Handbook. The program provides scholarships to students from low-income backgrounds to attend nonpublic schools.

Trump Admin Says Healthcare Price Transparency Means More Competition, Lower Costs

Consistent with the Executive Order on price and quality transparency, the Trump Administration is taking action toward making sure that insured and uninsured Americans alike have the information necessary to get an accurate estimate of the cost of the healthcare services they are seeking before they receive care.

US Signs Memorandum with Guatemala on Smuggling & Irregular Migration

Acting Secretary Kevin K. McAleenan has formalized an agreement between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Ministry of Government of Guatemala with...

DOJ Announces Policy for Using Genealogy Websites to Solve Crimes

In a press release, the Department of Justice said the policy will "balance" the commitment to solving violent crimes and protecting public safety against "equally important public interests - such as preserving the privacy and civil liberties of all citizens." 

New Trump rule would ban tax dollars from funding abortions

Trump looks to defund Planned Parenthood abortion services

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Charged in 18-Count Superseding Indictment

Charges Related to Illegally Obtaining, Receiving and Disclosing Classified Information

Trump signs largest VA budget, fulfilling campaign promise to veterans

President Donald Trump signed the Department of Veterans Affairs fiscal 2019 budget into law on Friday - $200 billion.

President Trump: Accelerating America’s Leadership in Artificial Intelligence

“Continued American leadership in Artificial Intelligence is of paramount importance to maintaining the economic and national security of the United States.”

US, Guatemala Sign Memorandum to Improve H-2A Non-Immigrant Visa Program

Through this agreement, the Guatemalan government will provide additional safeguards for temporary workers by certifying that labor recruiters are vetted and registered with their government. The agreement is intended to complement existing U.S. laws and strengthen the protections for U.S. workers as well as prospective Guatemalan H-2A workers by ensuring Guatemalan H-2A workers are less susceptible to criminal actors.

2018 Report: 23% Decrease in Authorized Wiretaps

Convictions in cases involving electronic surveillance also fell sharply.