A protest against vaccine mandates is growing with a little help from our adversaries.
California, joined by 22 other states and jurisdictions, is suing to block the Administration’s efforts to revoke the state’s waiver to impose tougher clean air regulations.
In a rebuke to traditional conservative views of Federalism, the Trump Administration intends to revoke California’s authority to set its own clean air standards,
One of America’s fist celebrity CEO’s has passed away at the age of 94.
The United States and Mexico reached a last-minute deal to avert tariffs that would have gone into effect on Monday. Whether the deal accomplishes anything substantive remains to be seen.
Most of us define ourselves largely through our jobs. That’s increasingly a problem.
President Trump is trying to politicize monetary policy. He should be resisted on this front.
The longest-serving member of Congress in American history has passed away at the age of 92.
President Trump’s trade war with China is leading car manufacturers to shift production from the U.S. to China.
After nearly a year, Trump’s trade policies are having their inevitable negative impact inside the United States.
President Trump got his revised version of NAFTA, but Canadians are less positive about the United States than they have been in at least twenty years.
Thanks to a last-minute agreement, the United States and Canada reached an agreement for a revised version of NAFTA. It’s a got a new name, but it’s basically NAFTA 2.0.
President Trump’s much-hyped replacement for NAFTA doesn’t really amount to much and won’t amount to anything unless he can get Canada, and the U.S. Congress, on board.
Donald Trump’s trade war continues to have negative consequences for American consumers and businesses.
Not surprisingly, Canadians aren’t very happy about President Trump’s attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Donald Trump’s approach to international trade has nothing to with economics and everything to do with politics and the culture war he loves to provoke.
Ford, GM, and Chrysler are all moving almost exclusively to trucks, SUVs, and crossovers.
Staffers are fleeing the administration like rats from a sinking ship.
The Jobs Report for April showed much-improved numbers from the disappointment in March.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders split victories in Kentucky and Oregon last night, and Clinton is now less than 100 delegates away from an historic victory.
Hilary Clinton crushed Bernie Sanders in Mississippi, but was surprised by Bernie Sanders in Michigan. Nonetheless she still remains in control of the race.
Both Donald Trump and Ohio Governor John Kasich face big tests in tomorrow’s Michigan primary.
Bernie Sanders was more aggressive in last night’s debate than he has been in the past, but it’s likely too little, too late.
A strong month for jobs growth in . means 2015 ended on a strong note
In a move it had been telegraphing for the better part of a year, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time since July 2006.
Time is running out for Joe Biden to make a decision about running for President, and it’s still not clear what he’ll do.
As expected, President Obama’s latest “pivot” to the economy is less than meets the eye.
Just as the auto industry has, painfully, had to learn to adapt to a new world, the city will as well even if that means becoming a shadow of its former self.
Most of us suck at driving. Soon, we won’t be allowed to drive.
On rare instances in Washington, reporters do their job and ask tough questions of political leaders. Rarer still, the leaders give good answers.
Another bad jobs report threatens to undermine whatever good will the President had coming off the Democratic National Convention.
Signs are brewing that the Chinese economy is slowing down significantly.
No, Barack Obama is not going to dump Joe Biden before the Democratic Convention.
The City of Detroit appears ready to abandon vast sections of itself to the metaphorical jungle.
Jennifer Rubin accuses Colin Powell of political opportunism for hedging on whether to renew his endorsement of Barack Obama.
Mitt Romney is being rightfully ridiculed for trying to take credit for saving General Motors and Chrysler.
Romney eked out a win in the Michigan primary. He’s going to have a harder time there in November.