The Trump administration announced today that it will begin collecting social media information on individuals applying for visas to the United States. The new policy is expected to affect roughly 14 million visitors per year. Visitors will be asked to …Continue Reading
The Department of Justice has announced the first ever Freedom of Information Act portal where Americans can submit a FOIA request to any federal agency from one place. The FOIA Improvement Act of 2016 ordered the Department of Justice, along …Continue Reading
The U.S. State Department has formed a new partnership with the Defense Department to counter propaganda and disinformation from foreign nations, it was announced today. The partnership will initially be funded with $40 million, transferred from the Pentagon to the …Continue Reading
The House of Representatives passed legislation that bolsters cybersecurity cooperation between the U.S. and Ukraine. The bill compels the State Department to provide support to Ukraine in fortifying its government networks and critical infrastructure.
The bill passed with an overwhelming …Continue Reading
The Trump administration has declined to impose new sanctions against Russia, saying that a bill passed by Congress last year authorizing new sanctions is itself working adequately.
“Given the long time frames generally associated with major defense deals, the …Continue Reading