After several business leaders announced their resignations from the White House's American Manufacturing Council in recent days, President Donald Trump announced he was ending the panel Wednesday, along with the separate Strategic and Policy Forum. "Rather than putting pressure on the
The president says companies leaving America will face a "substantial border tax" on their products.
Donald Trump answered questions about his businesses and unsubstantiated allegations that Russia is in possession of personal and financial information about him.
Newly released video shows a commercial semitrailer driver stumbling and struggling to walk straight after being pulled over by police for weaving in and out of traffic erratically on a Minnesota highway, for which he was charged with driving while impaired. Jonathan Czech, 48, a driver at the time
Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he sold all of his stock holdings a few months ago. But the president-elect has never offered proof that such a sale happened. This declaration comes amid continued questions about his potential conflicts of interest once he assumes office. Mark Zandi, the
Donald Trump took to Twitter Wednesday night to slam the union leader who has been criticizing his Carrier job-saving deal. Trump tweeted, "Chuck Jones, who is President of United Steelworkers 1999, has done a terrible job representing workers. No wonder companies flee country!" And about an hour
Donald Trump is known for airing his grievances and musings on Twitter, but now his opinions seem to be directly impacting the U.S. stock market and investors. The most recent example came this morning after the president-elect said that he wants to reduce drug prices in his interview with Time
President-elect Donald Trump touted his job-saving prowess in Indianapolis Thursday at a manufacturing plant, but a portion of the 1,100 jobs he says will now remain stateside may never have been intended to go to Mexico in the first place. Sources familiar with the deal announced late Wednesday
Trump convinced the air-conditioning company to keep around 1,100 jobs in exchange for a $7 million tax break.
President-elect Donald Trump touted his deal to keep at least 1,000 jobs at a manufacturing plant in Indianapolis, but he was largely silent on the details. "Companies are not going to leave the United States anymore without consequences," he said to workers at the Carrier plant. "These companies