WASHINGTON The United States is still pursuing its campaign of "maximum pressure" against Iran, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Thursday, even after President Donald Trump parted ways with his hard-line national security adviser John Bolton.
WASHINGTON Kim Jong Un told President Donald Trump he believed their efforts could open up a “new future” between North Korea and the United States and expressed hope for “practical actions” in the future, according to a letter from the North Korean leader released on Thursday. | Video
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday charged Oyster Bay, New York and former town supervisor John Venditto with defrauding municipal bond investors by concealing side deals with a local restaurateur.
WASHINGTON The "standard process" would be followed in considering whether President Donald Trump pardons Joe Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff convicted last month of criminal contempt in a racial profiling case, the White House said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON The United States slapped new economic sanctions against Iran on Tuesday over its ballistic missile program and said Tehran's "malign activities" in the Middle East undercut any "positive contributions" coming from the 2015 Iran nuclear accord.
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump had personal liabilities of at least $315.6 million to German, U.S. and other lenders as of mid-2017, according to a federal financial disclosure form released late on Friday by the U.S. Office of Government Ethics. | Video
WASHINGTON, June 16 President Donald Trump had
personal liabilities of at least $315.6 million to German, U.S.
and other lenders as of mid-2017, according to a federal
financial disclosure form released late on Friday by the U.S.
Office of Government Ethics.
WASHINGTON Two former executives of a foreign
defense contractor at the center of a fraud and corruption
scandal have been charged with conspiracy to defraud the U.S.
Navy and other offenses, the United States Department of Justice
said on Thursday.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission said on Friday
it had overruled an administrative judge's dismissal of the
commission's data security case against cancer testing company
LATAM Airlines Group SA , Latin
America's largest airline, has agreed to pay more than $22
million in civil and criminal fines relating to a decade-old
Argentine bribery case, U.S. authorities said Monday.