In response to State Department officials dissenting President Trump’s executive order on immigration, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said those who oppose can quit if they’re unhappy.
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Six months in to the job and one day after President Trump announced his intentions of boosting immigration enforcement and building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, the head of the U.S. Border Patrol resigned.
In this short video, get the details on why the CIA is setting up a country-focused mission center for the first time.
In a memo covered this week by the Wall Street Journal, Chuck Rosenberg, the acting director of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), broke sharply with President Donald Trump following Trump’s comments last Friday:
Citing partisan political motivations, several Senators are calling on the Office of Special Counsel (OSC) to investigate the questionnaire the Department of Energy (DOE) received from President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team.
President Donald Trump’s nominee to direct the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), Christopher Wray, testified this week at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Secret Service wants the NYPD to assign 150 police officers to Trump Tower every day to staff checkpoints outside President-elect Donald Trump’s Manhattan residence.
Following reports that he misled senior White House officials about his conversations with the Russian ambassador in December before President Trump took office, Michael Flynn resigned Monday night as the president’s national security adviser.
Thousands of government and military email addresses were exposed when several adult hookup and pornography sites were hacked last month.Follow the CBS news “Trump Transition to the White House- live blog” to track in real-time the president-elect’s transition to the White House over the next two months.
Former FBI Special Agent, Clint Watts, claimed this week that new information obtained by a project called "Hamilton 68" confirms that Russian Twitter bots were behind the viral spread earlier this month of #FireMcMaster – a hashtag calling for President Trump to fire U.S. National Security Advisory H.R. McMaster.
This week, the Securities and Exchange Commission charged four brokers from a firm in Alpharetta, Georgia with fraud, alleging the men fooled senior federal employees into moving large amounts of money from their Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) into investments with hefty fees.
The president-elect’s transition team compiled a preliminary list of potential Cabinet members for his administration. Below are a few of the top roles that would affect federal agents.
The House Intelligence Committee issued subpoenas Wednesday to former national security adviser Michael Flynn and President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, as part of its investigation into the Trump Administration’s Russian ties and possible activity during the 2016 election.
In the United States, the gun debate has been raging for decades. Gun rights advocates think there are enough – or maybe too many – laws restricting their second amendment right to bear arms. Those wanting more gun control believe that to protect people’s safety, we need the government to regulate who can have a gun.
In this short video from “Above the Noise,” host Myles Bess takes a deeper look at how algorithms are being used in the criminal justice system – and whether not computer programs make better predictions about criminal behavior than humans.
For the first time in history, the labor union representing Immigration and Customs Enforcement employees endorsed GOP nominee Donald Trump Monday.
Update: In a series of Twitter posts early Friday morning, President Trump warned Comey against leaking any negative information about the President, and told the news media he may cancel future White House press briefings.
“James Comey better hope that there are no ‘tapes’ of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!” Trump wrote on Twitter.
Making good on campaign promises, yesterday President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order halting all hiring within the federal government, with exceptions for military personnel and where agency and department heads deem necessary to meet national security or public safety responsibilities.