Washington, DC - "There's no doubt that many of the demonstrators who seek to disrupt President Donald Trump's term in office do it as a way to vent their ideological views.  But are there paid agitators among them," asks Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens.

Washington, DC - Today the State Department submitted to Congress, as required by the Sergei Magnitsky Rule of Law Accountability Act, the fourth annual report on the U.S. Government’s actions to implement the Act. As part of this report, the State Department, in concert with the Treasury Department, submitted to Congress the list of persons who have been determined, based on credible information, to meet the criteria described in that Act.

Washington, DC - The Federal Trade Commission has charged a Kansas man and his companies with selling portfolios of fake payday loan debts that debt collectors used to get people to pay on debts they did not owe. At the FTC’s request, a federal court halted the operation pending litigation.

Washington, DC - President Barack Obama: "Michelle and I wish a joyful Christmas to Orthodox Christians in the United States and around the world.  During this sacred season, we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and reflect on the commandment that we love one another as He has loved us. 

Washington, DC - Ads for Prevagen claimed that the purported memory improvement supplement is “The Name to Remember,” but according to a lawsuit filed by the FTC and the New York Attorney General, it’s a product consumers might be better off forgetting.

Imperial, California - No more griping about having to answer your cell phone because the boss is calling, at least not in France, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens.