American Defense International Chairman Van Hipp discusses the U.S. military, the 7th Fleet crash and Trump's new Afghanistan strategy.
President Donald Trump's threat to shut down the U.S. government to secure funding for a wall along the Mexican border rattled markets on Wednesday and cast a shadow over coming efforts in Congress to agree to raise the country's debt ceiling and pass spending bills.
Credit ratings agency Fitch Ratings on Wednesday said a failure by U.S. officials to raise the federal debt ceiling in a timely manner would prompt it to review the U.S. sovereign rating, "with potentially negative implications."
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin addressed the urgent need for lawmakers to raise the debt limit promptly when they return from recess during a speech in Kentucky on Monday, strongly communicating his proclivity for a “clean” bill passed without spending reforms attached.
The prospects for President Donald Trump to pass his infrastructure initiative before year’s end appear increasingly unlikely as the administration becomes bogged down with a slew of more pressing agenda items.
President Donald Trump will tour a border patrol station in Yuma, Arizona on Tuesday, championing the administration’s promise to reduce the flow of illegal migrants across the southern border.
The United States Secret Service is running out of funds to fully compensate agents, the agency confirmed in a statement on Monday.
Wisconsin state legislators are set to vote on Gov. Scott Walker’s (R-Wis.)
Loan defaults in a popular program meant to finance energy-saving home upgrades have increased substantially, despite lenders' claims that few borrowers have missed payments.
Republican strategist Harmeet Dhillon on Los Angeles’ efforts to make city contractors disclose whether or not they are taking part in construction of President Trump’s proposed wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.
As the deadline to address the debt ceiling continues to loom over Congress, leadership in the House and Senate have been working behind the scenes in recent weeks to come to a consensus and are trying to set up a formal meeting that’s expected to take place in early September, Fox Business has learned.
FBN's Tracee Carrasco on the U.S. Postal Service's efforts to boost revenue.
Voting is expected to begin next week on Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed $3B incentives package for Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn’s new manufacturing plant in the state.
Connecticut, the nation’s wealthiest state, is so mired by fiscal challenges, including its lack of a budget, that its schools are delaying openings and laying off teachers.
While the Senate Finance Committee has been tasked with working with other members of Congress to craft President Trump’s tax reform agenda, some of the Democrats within the committee are telling FOX Business that they’ve been kept on the sidelines for almost the entire process.
Wisconsin may have won the fight for Foxconn’s first ever U.S. manufacturing plant, but fiscal estimates show the state’s incentives package for the Taiwanese electronics giant could prove costly for citizens.
One of the nation’s largest health insurers, Anthem, announced on Monday it would not offer plans through the ObamaCare exchanges in Nevada next year.
Capitol Hill is the only wildcard here.
The FOX Business Network’s Tracee Carrasco on new Lending Tree survey of nearly 1,000 Millennial men and women on their debt and credit scores.
Welsh Carson General Partner Tom Scully on what is needed to reign in the mounting costs of health care.