FCC Chair Wants to Make Foreign Robocalls, Caller ID Spoofing Illegal

"Call center fraudsters often pretend to be calling from trusted organizations and use pressure tactics to steal from Americans.  We must attack this problem with every tool we have.  With these new rules, we’ll close the loopholes that hamstring law enforcement when they try to pursue international scammers and scammers using text messaging.”

Border Patrol Says They Were “Unaffected” by Shutdown

"During the 35-day shutdown, Border Patrol operations continued as agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector apprehended nearly 17K illegal aliens, seized more than 15K pounds of marijuana and nearly 900 pounds of cocaine. Additionally, agents  located and took down 19 stash houses."

US Dept. of Interior Hits Record Oil & Gas Revenues in 2018 at $1.1...

In FY 2018, the U.S. hit all-time highs for federal oil production on federal land, 214,144,945 barrels produced onshore, with the smallest footprint of acreage under lease (25,552,475 acres)

Former Government Contractor Pleads Guilty to Federal Charge of Willful Retention of National Defense...

“Harold Martin was entrusted with highly classified national defense information.  Today, Martin admitted that he betrayed that trust and for more than 20 years he stole and retained a vast quantity of highly classified government information,”

Influx of Central American Migrants Continues

Immigrants continue to flood the border.

OCR Concludes All-Time Record Year for HIPAA Enforcement with $3 Million Cottage Health Settlement

The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S Department of Health and Human Services concluded an all-time record year in Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) enforcement activity

Justice Department Awards $56 Million to Support Law Enforcement Health and Safety

Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has announced awards of over $56 million in grant funding awarded last month through the Department of Justice’s Office...

Veterans can receive ‘tele-counseling’ for rehabilitation and employment services

VA announces fully capable Tele-counseling service within its own Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program

Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation settles $27.45 Million of Air Force overbilling claims

Northrop Grumman agreed to pay millions to settle criminal and civil investigations into the fraudulent overbilling of the U.S. Air Force.

32 mile border wall contract awarded for Arizona

More contracts awarded for border wall construction