Now that the Supreme Court has ruled that New York prosecutors may see President Donald Trump’s financial and tax records, will they soon be released to the public as well? It’s unlikely.
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the Manhattan district attorney may access President Donald Trump’s financial and tax records, but rejected a similar effort by House Democrats.
The U.S. is considering banning Chinese social-media apps including TikTok, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday during an interview on Fox News.
The health-care industry was the top recipient of loans under the Paycheck Protection Program through the end of June, the Trump administration said Monday, as it released the names of more than 650,000 businesses that got...
The Democratic-run House on Wednesday OKs a bill that extends a federal government program that provides forgivable loans to small businesses hurt by the coronavirus crisis.
Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, died in 1845. Tennessee gave a statue of him to the Capitol in 1928. But the conflict over his legacy continues today for Native Americans.
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Tuesday are testifying before the House Financial Services Committee, giving their latest assessment of the government’s response to the coron...
The fear of catching the coronavirus has evidently played a much bigger role in consumers staying at 澳门拉斯维加斯app下载home and avoiding stores than government-ordered lockdowns, according to a new paper whose findings raise fresh questions...
President Donald Trump’s weakness in the latest polls and other factors are seen as putting pressure on Senate Republicans to accept a larger coronavirus relief measure than they previously intended in the next package.
Washington, D.C., would become the 51st state in the Union under a bill passed by the House of Representatives Friday along a mostly party-line vote.
As the coronavirus crisis and nationwide protests shake up Washington, Issue One’s Meredith McGehee speaks with MarketWatch about the November elections, the government’s massive aid spending, racial inequalities and more.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton testifies Thursday before a sub-panel of the Democratic-run House Financial Services Committee.
The level of U.S. government red ink is set to explode to more than twice the size of the entire economy in three decades, according to a prominent anti-deficit group.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is likely to be hampered by the Trump administration’s move to nominate SEC Chairman Jay Clayton for U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, according to one analyst.
Donald Trump’s big campaign rally in Tulsa wasn’t quite as big as promised, with the man leading the president’s re-election efforts blaming the no-shows. But there was apparently something else at work.
President Donald Trump asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to buy U.S. farm products in order to help him win agricultural states in the November election, according to a new book by former national security adviser John Bo...
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is promising that there will be disclosure of the bigger companies that received Paycheck Protection Program loans, following widespread calls for more information on borrowers.
In the wake of news that Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is willing to testify before the House Judiciary Committee, which is conducting an antitrust investigation aimed at Big Tech, multiple published reports say Facebook’s Mark Zuck...
House Democratic leaders say they’ll take the first step toward making the District of Columbia the 51st state next week, with a June 26 vote in the House of Representatives.