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For too long, we’ve let food stamps, a massive part of America’s traditional welfare safety net, become a trap that keeps people who can and should be working dependent on the program.
The House passed a bill this week that would direct the White House to form a database "containing all the names of individuals and cyber-threat groups associated with foreign cyber-espionage operations" targeting the U.S., ZDNet reports.
The US House of Representatives passed a bill this week that would have the White House create and maintain a database containing all the names of individuals and cyber-threat groups associated with foreign cyber-espionage operations active against the US.
A proposed U.S. development finance institution with a lending cap of $60 billion is aiming to be "a clear alternative" to China'scontroversial Belt and Road program, according to stakeholders.
U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., who sits on the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee, scored a win this week as the House passed his proposal protecting the nation from cyberattacks.
The U.S. is finalizing plans to double funding for big infrastructure projects around the world, seeking to counter China’s growing influence.
After El Salvador announced it was severing diplomatic ties with Taiwan, two Republicans in the Florida delegation called for action.
On Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who sits on the U.S. Senate Appropriations and Foreign Relations Committees, said he was working with U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Col., to bring out an amendment restricting American support to El Salvador.
Last week, three North Florida Republican congressmen--U.S. Reps. Neal Dunn, John Rutherford and Ted Yoho--toured VA hospitals in Lake City and Gainesville and weighed in on what they found on Tuesday.
Prior my service as an American diplomat in Mongolia, my knowledge of that country focused largely on Genghis Khan, Marco Polo and the Gobi Desert.