Washington, DC - Data found on a suspect’s computer, cell phone or tablet can prove to be crucial evidence in a legal case. A new set of software tools developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) aims to make sure this digital evidence will hold up in court.

Washington, DC -  Ready for more international sales after some success with exporting? A new video series from the U.S. Commercial Service can help.

Washington, DC - The United States commends NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg for his outstanding service and is pleased to join the other 28 Allies in supporting his extension through September 2020.

Washington, DC - U.S. Customs and Border Protection issued a notice of interim measures on Monday to importer, Ceka Nutrition, Inc., in its ongoing Enforce and Protect Act (EAPA) investigation concerning the evasion of the antidumping duty order for glycine from The People’s Republic of China. CBP found a reasonable suspicion that Ceka Nutrition was entering glycine that had been transshipped from China through Cambodia.

Washington, DC - It’s a challenging trade-off. Consumer information is often at the heart of technological innovation and the benefits can be substantial. But what about the injury people may experience when information about them is misused? Informational injury is the topic under discussion at an FTC workshop on Tuesday, December 12, 2017, in Washington, DC.

Paris, France - At the invitation of France's President Emmanuel Macron, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. will represent the United States – and states and regions around the world – at the One Planet Summit on Tuesday, the two-year anniversary of the Paris Agreement.