Republican candidates should advance a vision for American life that protects normal people from a decadent elite that assaults them on all fronts—cultural, economic, and geopolitical.
Chinese-made modules in various devices could be quietly gathering data for their creators in Beijing, and lawmakers want the FCC to act.
In order to manufacture more at home, we first need to buy capital goods, and to get these capital goods, we will have to increase our imports.
Thursday's congressional report comes a week after two bipartisan bills targeting a trade rule that benefits Chinese retailers like Shein were introduced.
Most of our "engagement" with China this century failed to change the Chinese Communist Party's behavior.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was ridiculed on social media for squinting throughout his interview with Sean Hannity after being poorly positioned.
Sanders becoming president would have caused "a lot of bad things to happen" in the long run, according to the historian.
The Silverado think tank has found that sanctions-hit Russia can still get semiconductors and its supply chains for many products have rebounded.
Macron is likely to touch upon the growing dispute between the U.S. and Europe over gas prices and the Inflation Reduction Act.
Ukrainian official Andriy Yermak said Saturday that "over the last week, we managed to return 98 Ukrainians. We are working on the release of all our people."
Representatives from the United States and Taiwan met in New York this month for talks under a new trade initiative.
The U.S. is developing supply chains that would would bypass China.
The Chinese government would never let American companies enjoy similar advantages to sell to their consumers.
China's policy of Military-Civilian Fusion mandates that contractors' business operations cannot be entirely independent of the state and must help advance the country's national security goals as required. That gives the country significant sway over company operations.
Chinese stakes in nearly 100 world ports raise questions over growing commercial and digital control, and opportunities for espionage and military activity
In the most recent episode of "The Kardashians," Jenner finally opened up about why she changed her son's name—but fans are still trying to guess what it is.
On a policy that would immediately lower drug prices for millions of Americans, President Biden is losing—and badly.
The world's democracies are now relearning a hard lesson of geo-politics — we cannot depend on adversaries for critical resources, let alone give them leverage to use against us.
Empowering women, peasants and Indigenous peoples to be social and political actors is paramount, and an essential part of achieving healthy food systems and food sovereignty in Latin America.
A number of people suggest the U.S. signing the UMSCA trade deal has resulted in it not being able to import formula from Canada amid the current shortage.
"Old school mentality will be the death of this line of work," a Reddit user wrote.
Abbott's inspections have shut down some of the busiest commerce routes despite U.S. Customs and Border Protection calling those stops "unnecessary."
Biden's national security adviser will meet with a top Chinese diplomat on Monday, with the country's relationship with Russia being front and center.
Taking away the "most favored nation' status is the latest move from the U.S. to try to pressure Russian President Vladimir Putin to end his assault on Ukraine.
Russia will now join Cuba and North Korea as the only countries that don't have "most favored nation" trade status with the U.S.