Politics and Government

Trump lamented that the 51 seats Republicans currently hold in the Senate are “not really a majority.”

President Donald Trump told top economic advisors to look at the possibility of re-entering a massive Pacific trade deal.

Ryan’s decision not to seek re-election in November leaves no clear GOP candidate backed by the party.

Brent crude spiked to its highest level in more than three years on Wednesday after President Donald Trump escalated a war of words with Russia on Twitter.

Outside donor groups could tip one of the most closely watched elections of the midterm cycle.

“I don’t know if we’ll have tariffs or not,” Larry Kudlow says.

Kayla Tausche reports on the Trump administration’s announcement that it would impose more tariffs on China.

Donald Trump’s trade war could derail the economy, Republican majorities and his presidency, Politico’s Ben White says.

The US, Canada and Mexico are reportedly closing in on a revised NAFTA deal. Kayla Tausche reports.

Trump has threatened to pull the U.S. from NAFTA if the three nations cannot improve it.

Bolton’s fiery approach to foreign policy, which has also included calls for a pre-emptive strike on Iran, presents a dramatic contrast to Mattis’ style, which is seen as more deliberate and diplomatic.

Ylan Mui reports on the winners & losers of the $1.3 trillion spending bill passed by the Senate and signed by the President.

The about-face comes a day after White House officials had said Trump would sign the legislation despite his misgivings.

President Donald Trump threatened to veto the omnibus spending bill already passed by Congress.

Researchers and engineers at RAND explain what a hypersonic weapon is, which countries are developing them, and how the U.S. could look to defend against them.