General Motors Co. says it plans to launch 10 electric and gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles in China by 2020 amid government pressure on the industry to promote alternatives to gasoline.
President Donald Trump will sign an executive order Tuesday aimed at furthering his “Buy American, Hire American" agenda, while visiting the headquarters of tool and manufacturing service company Snap-on (NYSE:SNA) in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
As North Korean leader Kim Jong-un attempted another missile test during this weekend’s Day of the Sun military celebration, Vice President Mike Pence warned Pyongyang Monday not to test U.S. resolve during a trip to South Korea. However, the country with the best position—at least economically—to talk North Korea down from provoking an international conflict might be China.
Maserati North America's Tom Shanley on the features in the automaker's Ghibli 'Nerissimo.'
Luxury vehicles and horsepower ruled the day at the New York International Auto Show.
FBN's Jeff Flock talks to FCA Head of Passenger Car Brands' Tim Kuniskis about the new Dodge Challenger Demon.
The Fox Business Network’s Jeff Flock got a first look at Nissan’s tricked out GT-R, designed to help police departments catch the bad guys, and even had the opportunity to take it for a test drive. Officially called the Police Pursuit #23, the car is also known by its nickname, Copzilla.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Russia ahead of a meeting Wednesday where his business experience in the country could improve prospects for a stable relationship between the two quarreling world powers.
At this week's New York International Auto Show, automakers will inject more power into everything from muscle cars to SUVs.
Following a period of tumult on Capitol Hill, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch was confirmed by the Senate Friday. Here is a look at where Gorsuch has come down on key issues in the past.
Capitol Hill is gearing up for a clash of historic magnitude over President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch.
As President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet for the first time Thursday at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, the leaders of the world’s two largest economies will attempt to establish a personal relationship despite a deep divide over economic policies and priorities.
As President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping prepare to meet in Florida, tense rhetoric from the White House has strained Sino-U.S. relations and raised questions about the possibility of a trade war.
President Donald Trump is meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday, where the two will discuss a range of topics including trade. Among other transgressions, China has been accused of causing material harm to the U.S. steel industry by flooding it with steel sold at a lower price than what it charges domestically.
President Donald Trump spoke at a North America’s Building Trades Union conference Tuesday, touting the importance of the manufacturing and construction industries in his promise to “put America first.”
President Donald Trump signed two executive orders on Friday that the White House says will combat global trade abuses and protect U.S. workers. The directives come less than one week before Trump is scheduled to meet with the president of China–the largest contributor to the U.S. trade deficit.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson attended his first meeting Friday with NATO’s foreign ministers in Brussels, where he took the opportunity to press members on their failure to meet their full financial obligations to the alliance.
The Trump administration took steps Tuesday toward dismantling former President Obama’s signature climate regulation, the Clean Power Plan, as President Donald Trump signed an executive order the White House promises will both bring back jobs and help the climate. While critics and supporters agree pro-jobs and pro-climate policies aren’t mutually exclusive, they disagree on what type of jobs should be created.
President Donald Trump’s pick to head the Securities and Exchange Commission, white collar lawyer Jay Clayton, faced an aggressive line of questioning from Wall Street watchdog Senator Elizabeth Warren during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday.
President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch pushed back on claims by Democrats suggesting he has ruled in favor of special interests and against “the little guy.”