The Trump administration said allowing China to join the World Trade Organization was a mistake and accused Beijing of moving further away from becoming a market economy.
A growing number of companies plan to use some of the savings they expect to realize from the tax overhaul to boost their contributions to employees' 401(k) retirement-savings accounts.
Fear is rising among Democrats over the prospect that President Donald Trump's hard line on immigration might ultimately cost California a seat in Congress during the upcoming round of reapportionment.
Carol Swain: He's not a racist, he's a true speaker. I think a lot of what he says resonates with all races, and that's why he's done so well
A Chinese credit agency has downgraded the United States' credit rating from A- to BBB+ citing increased reliance on debt, Reuters reported Tuesday.
Rand Paul on DACA: Democrats want everything; they want what they want, and they've never been willing to compromise.
The loud fight over what will happen to America's "Dreamers" isn't what it seems. For both sides, it's a fig leaf used to mask their true intentions.
President Donald Trump was elected on a pledge to renegotiate all trade deals involving the United States so long as they are fair, reciprocal - and put "America first." Nafta and Korus, the US-Korea Free Trade Agreement, are the first deals being renegotiated. Understanding Canada's experience with the Trump administration on trade will be valuable for future negotiations with all trading nations.
61% of Republicans are satisfied with the direction of the country, the highest level of satisfaction in a decade, according to a new Gallup poll released Monday.
A new Sig Sauer handgun the company says honors veterans, first responders and the American flag, comes with "STAND" laser-engraved at the business end to "inspire patriotism," the firearms manufacturer says.
The recent protests by black players in the National Football League were rather sad for their fruitlessness. They may point to the end of an era for black America, and for the country generally-an era in which protest has been the primary means of black advancement in American life.
Niger Innis said Tuesday on "The Laura Ingraham Show" that his father's schooling of fellow civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton on national television in 1988 teaches a timeless lesson - one that the African-American community should take to heart in this polarizing political and racial climate.
One of Canada's most outspoken investors, Brett Wilson, says Canada is being "delusional, naïve" and even "stupid" by continually producing the United States with trade challenges.
China reported its largest-ever annual trade surplus with the U.S. last year while its overall imbalance with the world shrank, potentially strengthening the Trump administration's case for tougher penalties and other trade actions against Beijing.
Social commentator Shelby Steele recently wrote an editorial for the Wall Street Journal wondering if the protests by black NFL players during the playing of the national anthem, signals the end of any weight being placed on public protests by blacks in America today.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) insisted Sunday that President Donald Trump did not refer to Haiti and some African nations as "s***hole countries" - and they blasted Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) for his "history of misrepresenting what happens in White House meetings."