A 25 percent tariff on all imported goods from China would create more than 720,000 American jobs by 2024, a new study finds.
In answer to a question from a shareholder activist, Jamie Dimon said his bank was not debanking conservatives for their politics.
President Donald Trump has picked Ken Cuccinelli to help implement and coordinate his immigration policies and decisions.
Analysts at Morgan Stanley recently stated that a “worst case scenario” for Elon Musk’s Tesla in the stock market would be a drop to $10 a share, a decrease of about 95 percent off its current value.
Citizens for Corporate Accountability has taken out a full-page advertisement out in the Seattle Times calling on e-commerce giant Amazon to drop its association with the far-left SPLC pressure group.
During an appearance on Tuesday’s broadcast of Hugh Hewitt’s nationally syndicated radio show, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discussed the rising tensions in the Middle East regarding Iraq. Host Hugh Hewitt asked if Pompeo believed the Iranians were behind recent
President Donald Trump will lose the 2020 election because wages are not climbing fast enough, says a progressive polling group.
Guatemala’s towns are emptying out as a growing number of migrants head north to accept the Democratic Party’s offer of open-border loopholes and low-wage jobs, say a growing number of local reports.
The Los Angeles Times described how President Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy is reducing the ability of adventurous migrants to give birth in the United States.
Shares of Elon Musk’s Tesla plummeted last week following a fatal car crash involving the company’s autopilot system.
The FCC chief said he would approve the merger after companies made commitments to build out a 5G network.
San Francisco continues to struggle with homelessness, with a population count revealing last week that the local homeless population had risen by 17% since 2017 — though youth and veteran homelessness had dropped.
One of the New York Time’s white-collar reporters joined with business executives to lament President Donald Trump’s pressure on employers to hire blue-collar Americans and pay them decent wages.
The House Budget Committee will hold a hearing on Wednesday on “components” and “considerations” for “establishing a single-payer health care system.”
Native born Americans have continued lagging behind foreign born workers in the United States’ workforce over the last decade, federal data finds.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) received a raucous welcome on home turf on Sunday, as her campaign held its first organizing rally of the 2020 Democratic primary at Los Angeles Southwest College.
A former Tesla engineer’s lawsuit has accused Elon Musk’s company of attempting to “silence” its employees.
The constant flow of legal immigration to the United States — with 1.2 million nationals admitted every year — has driven the “highest level in decades” of foreign workers in the American economy.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is reportedly implementing new “hardcore” cost-cutting efforts at Tesla. The Company’s new CFO will review every outgoing payment, and Musk himself will review every tenth payment. Musk reportedly told employees that the company’s recent cash raise only gives it enough money to last ten months.
Canada and the U.S. issued a joint statement promising to bring down metals tariffs and retaliation within 48 hours.
A recent study by the Consumer Technology Association has found that 31 percent of American households now own a smart speaker device, with Amazon and Google leading the charge.
Another piece of evidence that the economy picked up steam in early May, defying predictions of a slowdown
Instead of opening new fronts in the trade war, the Trump administration will send a trade hawk to negotiate with Europe and Japan.
A new and somewhat unexpected consensus is emerging in support of President Donald Trump’s trade war with China.
Vice President Mike Pence took the Trump administration’s call on Congress to Wisconsin manufacturing Thursday, pushing passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA).
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) ripped what he called the country’s “new aristocratic elite” for engineering the United States economy against the American middle class.
New evidence that the so-called ‘nuclear option’ in the trade fight is not really the threat many feared.