The US Senate voted last night night to pass a budget resolution that would protect a $1.5trn tax cut from a Democratic filibuster, an important step towards the Republican plan to rewrite the tax code.
US secretary of state Rex Tillerson will deliver his first major policy speech on India at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a think tank based in Washington today.
At a meeting of military leaders on Thursday at the White House in Washington, US president Donald Trump posed for a photo before declaring: “Maybe it’s the calm before the storm.” When reporters in the room asked him what he meant, he replied cryptically “you’ll find out”.
In the past couple of weeks the US and the Caribbean have faced some of the worst storms in recent years.
The dollar extended gains against most major currencies after the Federal Reserve announced plans to raise rates and unwind its $4.2trn balance sheet last night.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has ordered government agencies to stop using any software products made by security company Kaspersky Lab.
US president Donald Trump unexpectedly cut a three-month debt limit deal with Democrats yesterday, defying members of his own party who wanted to extend a debt limit increase until after the 2018 mid-term elections.
Gold prices inched closer to a one-year high this morning after North Korea tested a nuclear bomb over the weekend, spooking global investors.
It has been 30 years since Donald Trump penned an open letter to the American public saying: “America should stop paying to defend countries that can afford to defend themselves”.
Texas has been devastated by Hurricane Harvey, the latest worst storm to hit the US mainland for almost 12 years, and now a Houston chemical plant, owned by the speciality chemical company Arkema, is on the verge of explosion.
With each passing week US president Donald Trump’s administration looks more and more shaky.
Texas is bracing itself for Hurricane Harvey, which could be the worst storm to hit the US mainland for almost 12 years.
Shares in the world’s largest advertising company WPP dropped nine percent at the start of trading today amid slowing sales and concerns about future growth.
Asian shares were fragile today amid US tensions with North Korea, another terror attack in Europe and violent clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia.
An amateur musician who developed an iPhone app designed to teach people how to play the trumpet has won a six-year legal battle against US president Donald Trump.
Former teen model Hope Hicks has replaced Anthony Scaramucci as US president Donald Trump’s interim head of communications.
US president Donald Trump appears to be increasingly isolated after his response to the racist violence in Virginia, in which he insisted that “both sides” were to blame for clashes in the city of Charlottesville.
US president Donald Trump has disbanded two of his White House business councils after many abandoned the groups and others came under fire for remaining on them.
Costco faces a $19.4m (£15m) bill for damages after luxury jewellery chain Tiffany sued the US wholesaler for selling fake Tiffany engagement rings.
Representatives from the US, Canada, and Mexico are set to meet today in the first round of the North American trade talks.
Most companies go out of their way to avoid controversy, especially controversy rooted in polarising social issues.
Budget German supermarket chain Aldi is partnering with Instacart, a Silicon Valley-based same-day grocery delivery service, in an attempt to compete with e-commerce giant Amazon.
President Trump will probably go down in history as one of the most outspoken world leaders ever.
The Trump administration is set to order an investigation into China and alleged intellectual property theft today.
US-based ride-hailing giant Uber is shutting down its car leasing arm Xchange Leasing, putting hundreds of jobs at risk.
Worldpay — owned by Royal Bank of Scotland until the bank was forced to carve it out in the aftermath of the financial crisis — has flourished over the last two years as a standalone company.
Google Fiber, despite its still-small subscriber footprint, still generates plenty of hype, even after pulling back on its ambitious growth plans.
It’s safe to say that San Francisco is one of the most expensive places to live in the US.
US president Donald Trump set up a voter fraud commission in May, but so far the majority of states have refused to comply with it fully.
Apple’s latest iPhone, due out in September, is rumoured to be priced at over $1,000 — is this clever pricing or corporate greed?