The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday said it was fining global oil company Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) $2 million for violating sanctions on Russia in May 2014.
The United States lifted its ban on airplane passengers bringing laptops aboard the cabin from a number of airports in the Middle East, after ending the restriction for the last airliner remaining on the list.
The Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. at Trump Tower to dish dirt on Hillary Clinton was let into the country by the Justice Department under the Obama administration without a visa.
HSBC, one of the biggest banks in the world, won a major victory on Wednesday when a New York federal appeals court reversed a lower court’s decision to release a potentially damaging report detailing the bank’s money-laundering practices.
First Lady Melania Trump has been barred from leaving her temporary residence in Hamburg, Germany, due to G-20 protesters.
Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour, a pro-Sharia law and anti-Israel activist, called on Muslims to engage in a ‘Jihad’ against US President Donald Trump at the Islamic Society of North America Convention last weekend.
US missile defense systems may not protect against a North Korean nuclear attack, an expert in the field said Wednesday.
The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the Trump administration to enforce its 90-day ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders that blocked it.
Washington – Jack Abramoff, a high-profile American lobbyist who served four years in prison after pleading guilty to charges related to bribing U.S. government officials, has officially returned to lobbying, according to documents he filed with the Justice Department.
In a Brooklyn courtroom on Monday afternoon, lawyers for journalists and others argued that documents related to a former business associate of Donald Trump should be unsealed, saying they could have new significance now that the real estate magnate has been elected president.