An investigation by the Government Accountability Office found it was possible to get military-grade weapons through the 1033 Program by creating a fake website.
President Donald trump and his predecessors have spent extravagant amounts of taxpayer's money to fund their travels. However, the exact amount of the travel expenditure of a president is not made public.
China’s trade in services should rise to $1 trillion in 2020 from $750 billion this year, Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng says.
Old technology and a 1970s-era computer system are being used to handle functions related to the country’s nuclear program, a congressional watchdog found.
Since 2007, the balance for 401(k) and similar plans held by African-American households dropped by at least $14,700 — from $31,100 to $16,400 in 2013.
The Government Accountability Office said the agency did not complete all of the testing it had planned in 2015, increasing the risk of future delays.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office found the CFPB did not have "comprehensive data on the identity and number of nonbank mortgage servicers in the market."
The Senate Armed Services chairman is concerned that the so-called cost-plus contract could see the government charged far more than it anticipated.
The Government Accountability Office investigation is the first by an outside agency into the perception that regulators are “captured” by the bankers they supervise.
The rough design resembles the Air Force's old B-2 Spirit bomber, but the new one will be much cheaper.
The decision should rejuvenate Northrop’s aviation business and ease concerns at its Palmdale, California, plant.
An unnamed hacker is said to have acquired nearly 30,000 names.
The fighter's engines are pronounced unreliable, but the jet's engine manufacturer says it has fixed the problem.
A U.S. agency has warned in a new report that a plane's systems could be breached with a laptop or smartphone.
A new transportation report found the federal government isn't doing enough to address congestion problems.
Expedited screenings are given to government employees, members of Congress and the military, federal judges and some government agencies.