A senior House Republican is drafting a bill to grant users the ownership of the data they generate. On Wednesday, congressman Doug Collins, ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, released the internet privacy guidelines for an upcoming bill.
President Trump is praising Lockheed Martin for not closing down one of its plants, and saving hundreds of American jobs.
The case against Jeffrey Epstein is drawing renewed attention to a separate lawsuit involving one of his former lawyers. One America’s Jennifer Franco examines how a recent court ruling could exonerate or expose certain figures.
An Iraqi asylum seeker is sentenced to life behind bars in Germany for the rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl. 22-year-old Ali Bashar was convicted Wednesday in connection with the death of Susanna Feldman.
Residents of the Caribbean islands are suspicious of what Jeffrey Epstein used his property for. The Little Saint James Island, owned by Epstein, is shrouded in secrecy amid speculation over the so-called “Lolita Express” operation there.
As Texas braces for a massive storm building off the Gulf of Mexico, the state’s governor is preparing for the worst.
A federal appeals court is dismissing the emoluments case brought against the president by House Democrats. On Wednesday, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ordered the dismissal of the lawsuit, stating they did not have the standing to sue the president.
President Trump said his administration is taking groundbreaking action to bring new hope to the millions of Americans suffering from kidney disease.
Britain’s ambassador to the U.S. has resigned from his position. One America’s Allysia Britton has more on the decision.