Our economy is strong but its strength has come in spite of Trump’s tariffs rather than because of them.
The shrinking field of candidates to take on Donald Trump in November paints a picture of the economy that doesn’t
Sen. Bernie Sanders took a shot Joe Biden during Tuesday night’s Democratic debate over his support for trade agreements which
The U.S. will keep billions of dollars of tariffs on Chinese goods in place until after the 2020 election as
The Trump administration is dropping its designation of China as a currency manipulator ahead of the expected signing of a
The stock market fell over fears of unrest following a U.S. strike that killed Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani but
Tariffs are reducing employment — and increasing the prices manufacturers pay for the materials they need.
Twitter announced Friday that it has pemanently removed over 88,000 accounts associated with Saudia Arabia, many of which were linked
The Senate approved a government budget for the 2020 fiscal year on Thursday, sending the $1.43 trillion spending package to
Congress finalized negotiations Monday on a broad $1.3 trillion federal budget bill to cover fiscal year 2020, and the legislation
The Kentucky senator backs antitrust exemption letting newspapers negotiate better terms from the tech giants.
A memo, reviewed by The Washington Post, cited numerous examples of Congress holding up aid to ensure that it would
On the campaign trail, Trump excoriated NAFTA as an economic disaster for the United States. But the USMCA mostly replicates
Texas Dems Gonzalez and Vela urged Nancy Pelosi to press Mexico for firm security commitments to protect U.S. trade and
The senator offers a refreshing alternative to laissez-faire fundamentalism — and a new generation of conservatives is paying attention.
Marco Rubio’s “common-good capitalism” sounds a lot like Elizabeth Warren’s “accountable capitalism.”
The House passed a bill to fund and revamp the Export-Import Bank, the agency that finances exports of U.S. goods
The place that welcomes people who have wealth, businesses that create it, and institutions that sustain that creation is the
Big Tech hawk Josh Hawley leveled heavy criticism at two mainstream technology firms during a Senate subcommittee hearing on Chinese
Instead, questions focused mostly on Trump’s handling of Syria, as well as his relationship with Vladimir Putin.
The U.S. on Monday signed two trade deals with Japan that are intended to alleviate the hardships American farmers have
Mistrust of the traditional indicators of economic health is all the rage in Democratic circles. It seems not to have
Trump’s trade policy is clearly working; the flow of illegal immigrants is sharply diminishing; and the U.S. has practically ceased
James Biden told execs at Integrate Oral Care that the Biden Cancer Initiative would promote an oral rinse used by
The LA Times recently discovered companies using unverified claims of Native American ancestry to obtain funding set aside for minority contractors.
The government should not force the industry to meet unreasonable standards, force customers to pay for it, or allow California
Exhorting those less fortunate than you to forgo the most basic modern conveniences for the good of the planet won’t
The president’s China tariffs may inflict short-term pain on American consumers, but it’s a small price to pay to combat
China seems to be following, in broad outlines, a familiar development script: invest in and protect industries that give the
Facebook announced that it will tighten its rules on political advertising ahead of the 2020 elections, in an attempt to
Bernie Sanders spoke highly about China in a new interview, saying that the government has made great strides in combating
Who’s trying harder to crash U.S. markets, the president of the United States or the president of China?
China purchased a comparatively small amount of U.S. soybeans several days ago after promising to boycott U.S. farm products.
The Congressional Budget Office has warned that President Trump’s tariffs on China will hurt U.S. GDP.
There’s nothing wrong with being a barre instructor or detailing cars. But we should be wary of an economy that
2019’s federal budget deficit has already exceeded 2018’s with two months to go until the end the fiscal year ends.
Stocks sank Monday as hope for a trade deal with China flagged and political unrest in several areas of the
The White House is drafting an executive order intended to address allegations of anti-conservative bias at major social-media companies.
The U.S. labor market remained strong in July despite a slowdown in hiring, according to Labor Department data released Friday.