The polarizing politics over the president’s ambassador pick could just as easily have been avoided.
In a surreal joint press conference with the Israeli prime minister, the president did away with a cornerstone of American diplomacy in the Middle East.
The Israeli premier’s former American counterpart served as a useful foil and a predictable check on the Israeli right.
Growing prison fees and fines faced by the incarcerated became a target of the Justice Department under President Obama. Those days are over.
After the retailer cut ties with his daughter, the president took to Twitter to vent and sent the company’s stocks for a ride.
Nearly 100 tech giants—some of them rivals—have co-signed a legal brief arguing against the Trump administration’s controversial executive order.
As many as 5,000 business owners and their supporters gathered in Brooklyn for a protest against President Trump’s immigration ban.
In declining to take an “official position” on the issue, the president departs from a decades-old American posture.
The high-profile spot is already being interpreted along partisan lines, whether the company likes it or not.
An unusually wide range of major companies are speaking out against President Trump’s recent executive order.
The two ride-hailing services were seen as taking opposing positions in the controversy over President Trump’s recent executive order.
Fury over the Trump administration’s immigrant ban found purpose after travelers from abroad were detained at U.S. airports.
And what would such a policy do?
In one afternoon, the White House offered a confusing statement on Mexican imports, leading many to believe a massive tariff was coming, and then backed away.
Considered a 20th-century hero by his contemporaries, the story of the McDonald’s mogul gets a 21st-century spin in The Founder.
The controversial trade deal put together by President Obama and supported by many Republicans falls under the weight of the new president’s populism.
Surprise remarks by the president-elect, which depart from decades of U.S. policy, sent American currency into a tumble.
A new program will allow low-income families to purchase goods that they might not have access to locally. But is it a miracle or a mirage?
The world of retail boycotts in a divided United States
Many companies boosted worker pay in order to comply with President Obama’s overtime rule. Now, that rule may never get implemented.