Mike Sommers, the American Petroleum Institute president and CEO, argued on Wednesday that “restricting pipeline development and shutting down safe pipelines that deliver affordable energy to the world is the exact opposite thing that we should be pursuing right now.”
Fox News Radio's Guy Benson sounded off Tuesday on first son Hunter Biden setting up a deal to market what “Kudlow” host Larry Kudlow qualified as “crap” paintings for $500,000 per piece.
Mark McCloskey explained on Monday why he and his wife Patricia agreed to accept a plea deal for a clash they had with protestors last summer.
One year after the movement to “defund” police rippled across the country, many cities are now restoring money to their police departments with some proposing to spend more.
Gas prices have whizzed past $3 per gallon in much of the nation. The cost of used cars and new furniture, airline tickets, department store blouses, ground beef and a Chipotle burrito are on the rise, too.
The IRS recently rejected the tax-exempt status request for a Texas-based Christian group over its purported ties to the Republican Party.
Republicans are lauding a federal court's decision Tuesday to slap the Biden administration with a preliminary injunction preventing it from implementing the president's "pause" on oil and gas leases on federal lands.
President Biden has proposed a sweeping $6 trillion budget that would slash economic growth over the next decade while killing tens of thousands of jobs, according to a new analysis published Wednesday morning.
President Biden's push for a bipartisan infrastructure bill could be thwarted by growing division among Democratic lawmakers.
President Biden's proposed corporate tax hike could have unintended consequences on middle-class Americans.
If the White House’s estimates are accurate, the deficit under Biden’s budget would be larger than every other deficit recorded in American history prior to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A bipartisan spending proposal put forward by a group of senators Thursday is already drawing criticism from some progressive Democrats.
Long-running infrastructure negotiations between President Biden and a coalition of Republicans stalled out this week, with the two sides still deeply divided over the size and scope of a package to rebuild the nation's crumbling roads and bridges.
NAACP President Derrick Johnson criticized President Biden for a lack of movement on student loan cancellation after the White House excluded debt forgiveness from its $6 trillion budget proposal last week.
Every year more than 200,000 veterans rejoin civilian life and struggle to find a new career.
President Biden reminded the audience while delivering remarks on the economy that he is a “capitalist,” but believes that executive wages have soared far too high above those of the working class.
Richard Glick, President Biden’s choice to lead the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, previously worked for a company that has ties to an energy project recently greenlighted by the federal government.
CEO of Omega Advisors and Former CEO of Goldman Sachs Asset Management Leon Cooperman joined "Kudlow" Tuesday to discuss his disagreements with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and the American dream.
The Biden administration on Tuesday defended its economic plan following a weak April employment report and a fragile recovery.
The White House plans to release President Biden's tax returns "soon," press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday, resuming a tradition that stopped under former President Donald Trump.