U.S. Chamber Of Commerce News
Hillary Clinton: Trump Shouldn't Have Finger on the Button or Hands on Our Economy
The presumptive Democratic nominee for president attacks her GOP rival on stances he has taken on economic issues throughout his campaign.
Trans-Atlantic Trend? Trump Sees UK Vote as Validation
Britain's stunning vote to bolt from the European Union sent political tremors across the Atlantic Friday, rattling Democrats and fueling Donald Trump's confidence that U.S. voters will back similarly sweeping change
Marco Rubio, in Reversal, Will Seek Re-Election to Senate
Former Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio announces he is running for re-election to the Senate, reversing his plans to retire
Muhammad Ali dies at age 74 after long battle with Parkinson's disease
He was fast of fist and foot -- lip, too -- a heavyweight champion who promised to shock the world and did. He floated. He stung. Mostly, he thrilled, even after the punches had taken their toll and his voice barely rose above a whisper. He was "The Greatest." Muhammad Ali died Friday, according to
Good Luck Balloon Links Families 1,000 Miles Apart
A family in Ohio found a balloon with a handwritten message that a Texas eight-grader had released.
Peyton Manning jokes about impending decision but offers no insight
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Peyton Manning knew the question about his future was hanging out there, so he figured he'd address it before he began his speech on leadership at the Florida Forum on Wednesday night. As soon as the applause died down from his introduction, Manning somberly looked out at the
Law Enforcement Tackles Fake Super Bowl Merchandise
The Department of Homeland Security carried out raids this week ahead of the Super Bowl in an ongoing effort to block counterfeit sports apparel and merchandise that is smuggled into the country, principally from China. “Make no bones about it, this is smuggling,” said Intellectual Property Rights
Survivor Recounts Chaos, Fear of Virginia On-Air TV Shooting
Vicki Gardner said she expected to get shot in the head. The chamber of commerce executive had been participating in a live interview on Virginia TV station WDBJ on Aug. 26, when she noticed something out of the corner of her eye -- a person. A person with a gun, later identified as Vester
Vicki Gardner's Husband Shares How She Survived Virginia Shooting
Tim Gardner's wife was being interviewed by Alison Parker live on-air when a gunman opened fire.