WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday announced that Thomas Bossert, former deputy homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush, would be his White House adviser on security and counterterrorism issues, according to a statement. As assistant to the president for homeland security and counter-terrorism, Bossert would be Trump’s top counterterrorism chief. He currently runs a risk management consulting firm and has a cyber risk fellowship with the Atlantic Council think tank.Bossert earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a law degree from The George Washington University Law School.
KABUL – A powerful bomb hidden in a sewage tanker exploded in the morning rush hour in the center of Kabul on Wednesday, killing at least 80 people, wounding hundreds and damaging embassy buildings in […]
WASHINGTON, May 10 (Reuters) – President Donald Trump will nominate former congressman Mark Green to head the U.S. Agency for International Development, the White House said in a statement on Wednesday. Green is a former […]
RALEIGH — North Carolina Republican lawmakers want Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper to withdraw his recent appointee to a state civil rights panel because of a past social media post comparing law enforcement officers to terrorists. […]