The National Association of Manufacturers sent a letter to congressional leadership on Thursday, presenting a list of recommendations as lawmakers negotiate the details of legislation aimed at raising America's ability to compete with China.
The NBA's relationship with China has been placed under the microscope.
China is seeking to utilize rock bottom Russian oil prices to refill their strategic reserves.
Retired two-star Marine Corps Gen. Arnold Punaro discusses reports of China being in talks with Russia to buy oil for strategic reserves.
Sen. Bill Haggerty argues Biden lifting China trade tariffs would give away U.S. leverage and get nothing in return.
U.S. officials are warnings private companies that North Korean IT workers are attempting to do remote contract work with businesses and funnel the proceeds back to Kim Jong Un’s regime.
Elon Musk warned Americans on Monday to "stop the infighting" in order to compete with China's rapidly growing economy.
The Chinese airliner that crashed into a mountain in March was put into a near-vertical nosedive by someone in the cockpit, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka revealed how China’s COVID lockdowns have impacted cargo shipments at his port.
China's stagnant economy is recovering as the country eases its COVID-19 restrictions and as businesses in Shanghai are permitted to resume operations.
Several of the largest defense contractors in the U.S. have ties to Beijing, a Fox News Digital review found.
Disney executives touted strong subscriber growth for its Disney+ streaming platform and a robust rebound in attendance at the company's U.S. theme parks in an earnings call on Wednesday.
A Michigan woman convicted of spying for the Chinese Communist Party and using her job to steal trade secrets from her employers, including Coca-Cola, was sentenced Monday to 14 years in prison.
As inflation soars around the world, the world’s second-largest economy has kept it at bay. China remains an outlier amid global inflation woes.
The Senate took action on Wednesday to begin formal talks on a bill that will allot $52 billion for semiconductor chip production and supply chain issues and to help boost competition with China.
Alibaba’s shares plummeted nearly 10% within minutes of rumored reports earlier this week that a man named “Ma” had been arrested for alleged national security violations.
Customs agents seized hundreds of fake Rolex watches that would have amounted to $10 million if authentic.
From electric vehicles to fast food, industries across China are feeling the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns as demand plummets.
Supply chain constraints, government spending and consumer demand have pushed inflation in the U.S. to the highest level in 40 years – but geopolitical elements are also fueling rising prices.
US-listed shares of Alibaba and other Chinese tech stocks rose 12% after China's Politburo reportedly said it would introduce measures to support the tech sector.