New York - A Brooklyn man was sentenced to 156 months in prison Monday for his role in a vast multimillion-dollar health care kickback and money laundering conspiracy, the Department of Justice announced.

Washington, DC - A Chinese national and researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles has been arrested on federal charges of destroying evidence to obstruct an FBI investigation after he was observed throwing a damaged hard drive into a dumpster outside his apartment, the Justice Department announced.

Washington, DC - On Labor Day, we recognize and celebrate the workers of our great Nation.  The American workforce is the best in the world and, since day one of my Administration, I have been standing up for the American worker.  As recent global challenges have tested our mettle, the dedication of our workforce has once again proven that Americans’ resolve will never be overcome.  Today, we celebrate all workers, across every sector of our economy, whose efforts have never been more appreciated than in recent months.

Washington, DC - Remarks by President Trump, President Vučić of Serbia, and Prime Minister Hoti of Kosovo in a Trilateral Meeting

Washington, DC - Vice President Mike Pence Friday led a discussion with college presidents, state and local leaders, the Secretary of Education, and members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force to brief them on the principles contained in the recently released “Recommendations for College Students.” These principles are intended to keep schools open while mitigating community spread.

Washington, DC - In August, America added nearly 1.4 million new jobs according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics monthly Employment Situation Report, in line with the consensus forecast. The unemployment rate fell by 1.8 percentage points to 8.4 percent, the second largest decline on record. The August jobs report confirms that the strong recovery continues.