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Treasury Targets North Korea for Multiple Cyber-Attacks

The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) last week sanctioned one entity and one individual tied to the Government of North Korea’s malign cyber activities.

AG Sessions stops Chicago’s police reform plan, allowing police officers to do their jobs

Attorney General Sessions Announces New Chicago Gun Crimes Prosecution Team, Files Brief to Stop Dangerous Consent Decree

AG Sessions open to investigating social media giants, Facebook, Google, & Twitter

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is exploring a potential investigation of social media companies and will be briefed on Sept. 25 by Republican state attorneys general who are already examining the firms’ practices.

Will Trump get his border wall?

Trump wants his border will which is not funded in the $834 billion spending bill.

Ga Congressman Sponsors Bill to Help Honduras

Congressman Hank Johnson of Georgia's 4th Congressional district has filed a bill with 45 cosponsors to suspend military aid to Honduras until the Honduran government investigates credible allegations of gross human rights violations by their security forces.

Poll: Republicans have highest approval rating in nearly a decade

GOP approval rating is the highest in a decade.

Man Convicted For Sending Death Threats To Senator Bernie Sanders

According to evidence presented at trial, Pratersch left three threatening voicemail messages at the Office of Senator Bernie Sanders in Burlington, Vermont.

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.”

Florida Gov. Rick Scott signs gun-control bill

Florida Governor signs new gun control bill

Bipartisan Senators Introduce Major Disaster Relief Package

“Now, it is up to Congress to follow through and pass this critical, bipartisan bill. Our farmers and rural communities cannot wait any longer for disaster relief. For some Georgia farmers, the timing of assistance will determine whether they put a crop in the ground ever again.”