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The Trump administration says that if the upcoming summit between the United States and North Korea fails or doesn’t happen at all, the United States and its allies can go right back to the “maximum pressure” campaign that brought Kim Jong Un to the table in the first place. In reality, doing that would be difficult if not impossible. The pressure is already diminishing.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday approved a bipartisan bill that would incentivize ethical hackers to hunt for vulnerabilities in the State Department’s digital systems.
The inherent tension in Washington, DC has long been between those who wish to maintain the existing status quo and those who push for disruption—and, thankfully, currently the distruptors are winning.
With issues surrounding international trade now on the forefront of various countries’ economic agendas, American proponents of free trade are finding themselves having to explain their viewpoints and defend the economic benefits of trade, including to a Republican White House.
Around the world, governments are harming markets, including in the always-sensitive agricultural sector.
Last week, the Trump administration delivered a classified report to Congress outlining a new national cyber doctrine. Beyond naming the congressional committees that received the report, the White House has thus far publicly provided no additional details about the document or the strategy that it promotes.
WASHINGTON - The House Agriculture Committee approved a group of 15 Republican amendments to the panel’s farm bill that would modify a crop insurance restriction while addressing broadband, biotechnology, organic food standards and other issues.
From his perch on the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee, U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., has introduced a proposal that he says will protect the nation from cyberattacks.
Rep. Ted Yoho (R-Fla.) on Wednesday rolled out a new cyber deterrence bill that aims to establish a process for the federal government to identify, deter and respond to state-sponsored cyberattacks against the United States.
Gubernatorial hopeful U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., is leading several Republican members of Congress in asking U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and .U.S. Attorney John Huber to investigate several Obama administration officials including former U.S. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, former U.S.
As a pastor at Vertical Church in Gainesville, my faith calls me to serve those who are most in need. But service must ultimately be quantified in impact, not just intention. Fortunately, there is a new bill before Congress that is both well-intentioned and impactful.