Acting Treasury watchdog sends to House committee report on handling of request for Trumps tax returns
The Treasury Department's acting inspector general has sent a report to the House Ways and Means Committee that examines the handling of Chairman Richard Neal's request for President Donald Trump's tax returns, a personal familiar with the report tells CNN.
Former acting Navy secretarys trip to Guam which led to his resignation cost almost a quarter of a million dollars
The recently resigned acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly's Monday trip to Guam where he addressed the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt and slammed their former commander, cost the Defense Department an estimated $243,000, according to a Navy official.
Birx says drop in US death projection is due to Americans changing their behavior through social distancing
One of the top medical officials on the White House coronavirus task force said Wednesday that models projecting the number of US deaths from coronavirus have dropped dramatically in recent days because Americans have drastically changed their behavior.
FEMA to restrict exports of critical supplies leaving US
Companies will soon be blocked from exporting critical medical supplies needed by the US for the coronavirus response, unless the Federal Emergency Management Agency gives approval for overseas shipments, according to a federal draft regulation.
Report finds Syrian government forces responsible for 2017 chemical attacks
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons' Investigation and Identification Team (IIT) has concluded the Syrian government forces were responsible for a series of chemical attacks on a Syrian town in late March 2017.