U.S. negotiators finalized a trade deal to export American pork to Argentina for the first time since 1992, the White House announced Thursday.
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Liberal journalists assumed a Tuesday tweet from U.S. Marine Commandant Gen. Robert Neller was a subtle diss at President Donald Trump, and implied that the military might be disavowing its commander in chief.
Richard Trumka, president of the influential union AFL-CIO, said he can no longer serve on President Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council with a president who "tolerates bigotry and domestic terrorism."
An international cyber-espionage group allegedly connected with North Korea and the 2014 hack on Sony Pictures has been trying to break into networks at U.S. defense contractors, according to a report by cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank quit President Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council late Monday, the second business leader to depart the council after the violence in Charlottesville.
A group of protesters toppled a monument to Confederate soldiers in Durham, N.C., Monday evening in response to a white supremacist rally that turned violent over the weekend.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's pastor lifted passages verbatim from another minister's work for a post-election devotional appearing in a book to be released Tuesday.
At least seven people were killed and seven more wounded during two attacks on a U.N. base in Mali Monday, according to the U.N.
Two government agencies plan to better track how food aid affects the local economies in foreign countries that receive deliveries of food commodities from the U.S.
The governor of the U.S. territory of Guam, which has been threatened by North Korea, said he feels safer than ever with President Donald Trump in charge of U.S. forces.
North Korea's threat to launch nuclear missiles toward Guam will cause the U.S. territory's tourism to "go up like tenfold," President Donald Trump told Guam Gov. Eddie Calvo Friday evening.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection spent about $5 million conducting polygraph tests on job applicants who had already been disqualified for employment due to criminal activity, the Office of the Inspector General said in a report released Thursday.
The House Freedom Caucus is hoping to force a vote on a clean Obamacare repeal bill through a rare congressional procedure in the coming weeks.
Should Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell step down from the top position in Congress, Republicans will be looking for someone savvy enough to accomplish a difficult legislative to-do list and trusted by the president.
The government's main auditor wants each of armed service branches to prove how military bands accomplish the stated objectives of inspiring patriotism and raising morale.
A 17-year-old hacker discovered 30 vulnerabilities on the Air Force's "bug bounty" program this summer, and got paid to do it.
The Trump administration is considering a plan to tax aluminum foil imports from China after finding that the country China is heavily subsidizing aluminum foil.
The Trump administration has dramatically slowed the pace of federal regulations to historically low levels, saving businesses billions every year, according to a Tuesday analysis.