China condemns McCarthy's decision to move forward with TikTok bill to deter 'technological tentacles' of CCP
China reportedly warned the U.S. "should respect fair competition" and "stop suppressing foreign companies" as House Speaker Kevin McCarthy moves forward with legislation on TikTok.
AOC TikTok defense ripped after Chinese parent company gave 6-figure donations to Hispanic caucus nonprofits
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was blasted for opposing a TikTok ban given Chinese parent company ByteDance's six figure donation to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Foundation.
AOC rails against TikTok ban in first video to Chinese-owned platform posing possible national security threat
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said in her first TikTok video shared Saturday that she opposed a ban of the Chinese owned platform, downplaying national security concerns.
Boeing personnel working on Air Force One planes had lapsed security clearances
About 250 Boeing employees worked on the secretive Air Force One planes with expired security clearances before the lapse was discovered and they were temporarily suspended.
China expert warns Xi, Putin strengthening economic ties presents ‘very big challenges’ to US
China and Russia's latest political and economic recommitment to one another poses even greater national security threats to the U.S., Jonathan D.T. Ward argues.
Joe Biden issues first veto, rejecting attempt to block ESG effort
President Biden’s veto, which allows investment professionals to consider ESG in portfolio management is unlikely to be overridden in the narrowly divided Congress.
Macron’s government faces vote of no confidence after pushing up retirement age
France's prime minster faces a vote of no-confidence after she pushed through unpopular changes to the federal pension program in a move backed by President Emanuel Macron.
Credit Suisse faces lawsuits from US shareholders for allegedly concealing financial woes
U.S. shareholders have filed lawsuits against Credit Suisse alleging the bank misled customers about its financial status and violated securities laws in the process.
TikTok considering splitting from China's ByteDance if deal with US fails: report
TikTok’s leadership is exploring a potential split with Chinese parent company ByteDance as it comes under increasing scrutiny from lawmakers.
Silicon Valley Bank collapse would have been 'prevented' if not for Trump deregulation, Senate Democrat says
The leading Democrat on the congressional Joint Economic Committee blamed regulatory rollback under former President Donald Trump for Silicon Valley Bank's collapse.
Silicon Valley Bank collapse under investigation by Justice Department
The Department of Justice and the Securities Exchange Commission are reportedly launching investigations into the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and stock trades made by the bank's officers.
Predators targeting women staying at popular hotel chains in horrifying crime trend: report
Criminals are allegedly coercing hotel staff to hand over key cards to guest's rooms in a terrifying crime wave targeting women for sexual assault, lawsuits show.
GM offers buyouts as part of cost reduction plan
Automaker GM will offer buyouts for most of its salaried employees and global executives but said the actions are not job cuts.
White House commits to raising taxes in Biden's budget, trashes Trump tax cuts
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Wednesday that President Biden will propose to raise taxes in his budget plan, which will be released Thursday.
Biden could have power to ban Chinese-owned TikTok under new Senate bill
A dozen U.S. Senators introduced a bill on Tuesday that would give President Biden the ability to ban TikTok and other technology platforms owned by foreign adversaries.
California's Newsom slams Walgreens on abortion drugs
California Governor Gavin Newsom slammed Walgreens over its decision to stop selling the abortion drug mifepristone in 20 states led by Republican attorneys general.
Biden says he would have been 'run out of town' if he didn't pick Julie Su for labor secretary
President Biden on Wednesday held a press conference at the White House to deliver his remarks on nominating Deputy Secretary of Labor Julie Su to head the department.
White House gives federal agencies 30-day deadline to delete TikTok from all government devices
The White House instructed federal agencies on Monday to delete TikTok from all government devices and systems within 30 days, according to a memo obtained by FOX Business.
Electric vehicles need AM Radio, former emergency officials argue
Auto makers including Ford, the maker of the F-150 Lightning, and Tesla have dropped AM radio from newer EV models over frequency interference concerns.
Starbucks catches break as judge vacates nationwide ban on firing union workers
A federal judge in Michigan has vacated his order blocking Starbucks from firing employees who attempt to unionize, citing "certain errors" in his opinion.