United States Department of Commerce

Then he slipped out of public life and into a business he set up in the Cayman Islands while reportedly still commerce secretary.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said it’s “astonishing” that President Donald Trump hasn’t publicly addressed the major cyber security breach experts say is the work of Russian hackers.
Wilbur Ross announced the end of the census despite a federal judge's ruling that it should continue through the end of October.
Commerce Dept. said it plans to restrict access on the Chinese-owned social media apps starting Sunday.
Forecasters say the drop in the January-March quarter will be only a precursor of a far grimmer GDP report to come on the current April-June period.
The gross domestic product grew by less than 2% for the second quarter in a year.
The science panel will investigate who pushed NOAA to back up the president's false claims about Hurricane Dorian.
President Donald Trump announced that his administration will be dropping their effort to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, and will instead be instructing other executive agencies to provide all of their citizenship records to the Department of Commerce.
Charles C. Johnson, a Holocaust denier, had a surprising and markedly informal exchange with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in 2018.
The commerce secretary faced scrutiny over the process he used to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. Two judges have already said it's illegal.
Adding a citizenship question to the census could be one of the Trump administration's most flagrant and consequential scandals.
The plaintiffs say the administration's justification for adding the question is just a pretext to use the count to discriminate.
A judge ruled illegal the axing of a plan to limit the number of marine creatures allowed to be killed by drift gillnets used to catch swordfish off California.
The Commerce Department has ordered that water use be prioritized for firefighters -- who say water isn't the issue. The decision isn't really about fire.
There was enough evidence the decision could have been discriminatory to move the case forward.
New documents show Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross wanted to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census months before there was a formal request.
The government must disclose additional documents from the Commerce and Justice departments explaining the decision.
A recent disclosure raises big questions about Ross' explanation for why a citizenship question is being added to the 2020 census.
Senators and human rights groups worry the proposed rule changes will export the U.S. gun violence epidemic.
Charges against Sherry Chen were dropped, but the Commerce Department still fired her.