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.”

Survival Tips for AFTER the Storm: Keep Your Family Safe and Avoid Deadly Dangers

Hurricane season is here and it's time we all remind ourselves about the DOs and DONTs after a storm.

VA awards up to $9M in Adaptive Sports Program grants to aid disabled Veterans

Grants promote rehabilitation, quality of life and community reintegration The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on Sept. 26 awarded up to $9 million in...

U.S. Postal Service Announces New Prices for 2019

The United States Postal Service filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) today of price changes to take effect Jan. 27, 2019. The proposed...

U.S. now world’s top crude oil producer, says Energy Department

U.S. oil production up, bypasses Russia and Saudi Arabit

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...

Vitamin Water announces contest to pay you $100K to put down your cell phone...

Could you put your smartphone down for 1 year for $100,000?

VA becomes ‘one of the best places to work’

The department improved 11 spots in 2018 Partnership for Public Service survey A 2018 Partnership for Public Service survey ranks VA among the Best Places to Work in the Federal...

CBP: January Border Apprehensions Remain High

Family Units and Unaccompanied Children from Central America increase by 290 percent compared to this point in Fiscal Year 2018

Op-Ed: Celebrating the Rise of Minority-Owned Businesses

When President Nixon signed the executive order creating MBDA, the nation’s minority population was less than 40 million. Nixon recognized that, although minority-owned businesses then were only 4 percent of America’s businesses, empowering the entrepreneurial spirit of minority men and women was vital for the future of the American economy.