FBN’s Charles Payne discusses which stocks are in the green despite the U.S.-China trade worries.
White House Director of Trade Policy Peter Navarro discusses President Trump’s tariffs against China and why the Chinese shouldn’t have retaliated with their own tariffs.
Liberty and American Greatness Founder Nick Adams and Michael Wildes, attorney for Melania Trump & family, discuss President Trump’s stance on immigration.
“The Coming Collapse of China” author Gordon Chang, University of Maryland economist Peter Morici, Mercatus Center senior research fellow Veronique de Rugy and MAGA ETF creator Hal Lambert discuss the trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
The automaker believes the new corporate campus will attract high-tech talent.
“The Lens of Leadership” author Kevin Paul Scott and Payne Capital Management President Ryan Payne on why the economy will continue to prosper despite the concerns over President Trump's tariffs against China.
RNC spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany discusses the two immigration bills being disputed in Congress and President Trump’s upcoming meeting with lawmakers on immigration reform.
Investmark Advisory Group principal Mike Lee and Stock Swoosh Owner Melissa Armo on whether investors should buy into the market while U.S. trade tensions with China continue to escalate.
Cleveland Police Department Detective Stephen Loomis on why Amazon should continue to sell facial recognition technology to police.
The ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China has FedEx worried.
Fox News contributor James Freeman discusses how President Trump’s tariffs against China are impacting U.S. stocks.
General Electric was the only remaining original stock on the Dow.
The Trump administration approved Association Health Plans (AHPs), which could benefit small businesses.
Todd Buchholz, former White House director of economic policy, discusses the risks surrounding President Trump’s tariffs against China.
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta discusses how the department’s new health insurance rule will help small businesses band together to bargain for cheaper health plans.
The Seattle-based company said it would close underperforming stores in “densely penetrated markets” and slow its rate of store growth.
Former Miss America Mallory Hagan is hoping to do something that hasn’t been done in over 20 years during this year’s midterm elections: flip Alabama’s third congressional district to blue.
State Street Active Quant Equity CIO Olivia Engel and NatAlliance Global fixed income head Andy Brenner on where investors can find value in the stock market.
Apple reported more than $13 billion in sales in China in its most recent quarter.
Akoustis Chairman Jerry Neal on how America’s trade dispute with China is impacting his company.