The government is making it more difficult for would-be the thieves to steal your Social Security number.
Australia's Finance Minister Mathias Cormann welcomes the scrapping of a skilled worker visa program.
U.S. prosecutors are preparing or weighing charges against anti-secrecy group Wikileaks and its founder for revealing sensitive government secrets, according to the two media reports.
Congress comes back from recess on Monday, and it will already face a big deadline.
Department of Veterans Affairs' chief watchdog issued a rare preliminary report Wednesday to alert patients and other members of the public. USAToday reports.
The West Wing reportedly divided over competing world views among its senior staff.
Gen. Carlton Everhart II, USAF Air Mobility Command, talks about President Trump's plans to boost military spending to update aging equipment.
More than half a million people may be saddled with a whole lot more student debt than they thought.
Pipeline protests at Standing Rock are rooted in a 200 year-old legal battle.
James Lockhart, WL Ross & Company vice chair, discusses what to expect for Social Security as President Trump holds to his promise to leave retirement plans untouched.
The latest version of an executive order signed by President Trump could be more likely to stand up in court.
Airbus has been forced to write-off billions of dollars as it struggles to get its beleaguered A400M military plane back on track.
Artificial intelligence is everywhere and disrupting pretty much every major industry you can think of.
America needs a more dedicated infrastructure program and stronger leadership to fix crumbling roadways and bridges, one expert says.
Singapore planted a fresh flag to promote global trade as the wave of the future in its Future Economy report.
Here's why the US-Australia refugee deal really is a bust, says Buzzfeed's Tom Gara.
At least four top State Department officials are departing their posts by Friday.
Democrats' unveiled a proposal Tuesday for spending to repair infrastructure over the next ten years, Vox reports.
The policy, also known as the 'global gag rule' and 'Mexico City policy,' has long been a political football, NBC News reports.
Richard Overton, 110, wants to spends his last days in his East Austin home. His relatives started a GoFundMe page to help with cost.