Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross was determined to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 census—so determined that he committed a “veritable smorgasbord” of legal violations to get his way, according to a federal judge.
When special counsel Robert Mueller delivered his long-awaited report last week, it became evident that America’s election security needs major improvements and they need to happen fast — before the 2020 presidential election.
The Department of Defense is seeking ideas on how industry might help the military quickly adopt and exploit 5G communications technology, which promises mobile data speed potentially 100 times faster than current 4G capabilities.
Hemp farmers got a big win in the 2018 farm law, which legalized hemp as an agricultural product. Now, they’re facing another hurdle, as they await federal regulations on one of their best-selling items: hemp-derived CBD.
Attorney General William Barr is set to release a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final report today, and the document could leave everyone unsatisfied — President Donald Trump, lawmakers and the public.
The Health and Human Services Department is competing a follow-on contract worth as much as $347 million to continue implementing the federal employee and contractor identification, authentication, and cybersecurity standards outlined in the Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12 (HSPD-12). Proposals are due May 15.
Congressional Democrats yesterday issued subpoenas to Deutsche Bank and other banks to obtain long-sought documents indicating whether foreign nations tried to influence U.S. politics, signaling an escalation of their probes into Trump’s finances and any dealings with Russians.