President Donald Trump said this week he is “very supportive” of the Senate’s health care bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, but acknowledged the concerns of the four GOP senators who on Thursday came out against the legislation, saying more negotiations may still take place.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) introduced a draft health care bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act Thursday, which attempts to stabilize the health care marketplace and ease the burden on Americans who will lose coverage while ObamaCare is being dismantled.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Thursday called Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods Market a “clever move,” and Ross does not foresee any antitrust concerns for the multi-billion dollar deal.
The United States will admit more temporary, seasonal workers into the country this summer, the Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday.
While the Trump administration works with lawmakers to put its tax reform ideas into action, Britain’s Theresa May said Wednesday she is seeking to cut the country’s corporate rate again, potentially leapfrogging the U.S. once more.
Insurance companies are still speculating about the future of the health care market as they face a deadline Wednesday to file preliminary rate requests for participation in the ObamaCare marketplace next year.
Georgia's special runoff election between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff has morphed into a battle for national party dominance with millions of dollars on the line.
While tech’s top business leaders gathered at the White House Monday to work with the administration on streamlining processes and cutting the costs of bureaucracy through a technological overhaul, venture capitalists in attendance could be seeking out the next wave of investment opportunities created by the government’s latest push.
The F-35's first aerial demonstration comes as Lockheed looks to ink a blockbuster sale for hundreds of the stealth fighter jets.
More than 100 CEOs and corporate executives sent a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)
The Federal Trade Commission on Monday approved legal action to block the proposed merger of daily fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel, on the grounds that the merger would violate antitrust guidelines.
Tech leaders from America’s biggest companies will meet with President Donald Trump at the White House Monday to discuss innovative ways to streamline government services, trim regulations and cut federal costs.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has repeatedly asked Congress to pass a “clean” debt ceiling bill — with no reforms attached — before the August recess, but Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Thursday the White House hasn’t decided on a strategy, just over a month before Mnuchin’s recommended deadline.
A new U.S. Treasury Department report is lighting a fire under Democrats, particularly Wall Street watchdog Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who said Tuesday recommendations to weaken parts of Dodd-Frank, an Obama-era financial law, are “radical.”
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s recommendation on Monday to reduce the size of the new 1.3 million-acre Bears Ears National Monument in Utah could foreshadow a string of battles to shrink parkland in states across the country.
U.S. Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta detailed the Trump administration’s plan to bridge the labor gap Monday, to connect job seekers with executives looking to fill 6 million open positions in the country through expanded “high quality” apprenticeship programs.
The Trump administration is refocusing efforts back on its biggest campaign promise – putting more Americans back to work – following a week of turmoil centered on former FBI Director James Comey’s congressional testimony.
Trump's legal pit bull is doubling down on the former FBI director.
It’s the first trip to the Canadian capital for a U.S. Treasury secretary in a decade.
The United States House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday that would significantly roll back an Obama-era financial law known as Dodd-Frank, enacted in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.