Democrats Seek Federal Payments To Trump BusinessesDemocratic lawmakers are making a new push for information about how much money the federal government is spending at Trump's for-profit properties.
Official: US Approves 1st Arms Sale To Taiwan Under TrumpA U.S. official tells The Associated Press that the State Department has approved arms sales to Taiwan worth a total of $1.3 billion.
AP Sources: US To Approve Keystone XL PipelineThe State Department will recommend the pipeline is in U.S. interests, clearing the way for the White House to grant a presidential permit to TransCanada to build the $8 billion pipeline, two officials said.
U.S. State Department Warned Spring Breakers About Mexico TravelThe U.S. State Department warned college students on spring break about potentially dangerous travel to Mexico.
Trump Picks Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson To Be Secretary Of StatePresident-elect Donald Trump has selected Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson to lead the State Department.
Trump Faces Early Test With Republicans Over RussiaLawmakers are seeking to investigate purported Russian interference in the November election and question the incoming president's potential pick for secretary of state.
Trump Expected To Tap Exxon's Tillerson As Secretary Of StatePresident-elect Donald Trump moved closer to nominating Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as his secretary of State Saturday, meeting privately with the business leader for the second time in a week.
Customers Worked Over By Now Defunct Massage SpaMore than a half dozen customers of Massage City in Allen contacted CBS11 accusing the owner of collecting thousands of dollars for expensive massages, then going out of business without warning.
Top 5 Ways To Stay Safe At The AirportStatistically, becoming a victim of a terrorist attack at an airport is extremely low, but security experts says it's always smart to be prepared.
State Department Reopens Clinton Emails ProbeSpokesman John Kirby says the emails probe is restarting now that the Justice Department isn't pursuing a criminal prosecution.
Ex-State Dept. Worker To Be Sentenced For 'Sextortion' SchemeSitting at a desk in the American embassy in London, a former U.S. State Department employee used his government-issued computer to prey on vulnerable young women and manipulate them into sharing nude photos.
Report: Company Has No Knowledge Clinton Server Was 'Wiped'That could mean that more than 30,000 emails Clinton says she deleted from the device could be recovered.