Parts of the deal must include intellectual property and tariff protection.
FBN’s Kennedy on the White House correspondents’ dinner.
Scott took 50.05 percent, compared with 49.93 percent for incumbent Bill Nelson, officials said.
The Wyoming Republican said deregulation by the president has helped the economy of her home state.
Incoming House Republican Conference Chair Rep. Liz Cheney speaks out on finding common ground with Democrats on 'Sunday Morning Futures.'
Sen. Roy Blunt lays out the agenda for the new Congress.
U.S. industry expanded as a slower pace in October, with manufacturing growth offsetting declines in mining and utility production.
The second-best deal may be better than none, according to former U.K. Parliament member John Browne.
FBN’s Kennedy on how 17 Democrats are vowing not to vote for Nancy Pelosi to become House speaker.
She says: “Make no mistake, come January, the days of this committee weakening regulations will come to an end."
FBN’s Kennedy discusses MSNBC’s Donny Deutsch’s criticisms of President Trump.
The former Republican-controlled House of Representatives pushed through three tax packages before the chamber changed hands.
FBN’s Kennedy discusses Amazon’s decision to split its headquarters between two cities.
Nielsen is a close ally of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and her firing might prompt Kelly to quit, according to the report.
The Senate should consider a vote ahead of the new Congress, said Texas Rep. Michael Burgess.
Amazon will reportedly split its new headquarters between sites in Virginia and New York.