The standoff with China "cuts to the core of what the United States is going to be in the future," says the hardline ex-White House chief strategist.
Former Obama advisor Larry Summers isn't hopeful about a trade deal between the U.S. and China.
TAIPEI, April 30- A generation ago, from mid-1995 into early 1996, China lobbed missiles in the waters around Taiwan as the self-governing island prepared to hold its first fully democratic presidential election. The carriers, then as now the spearhead of American power, intimidated Beijing. Today, with tension again running high, Washington still backs Taiwan.
The LGBTQ community and major employers say a bill passed by the Texas Senate is a license to discriminate, giving professionals the right to turn away people based on religious beliefs. Amazon, Dell, Apple and Facebook urged Texas to drop the bill.
Former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen says President Donald Trump is a "disruptive force" in politics, and his inconsistency could undermine his administration.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says he takes Pelosi at her word that she's not looking to impeach President Trump.
Advocating the government print money without worrying about the bills is a dangerous approach being pushed by far-left Democrats, Summers says.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee's gun control record could help him broaden his base of support beyond climate advocates if the Democrat decides to enter the 2020 presidential contest.
President Donald Trump is widely expected to address infrastructure when he delivers his State of the Union address — but he'll have"three pretty tough bars to get over" to strike a deal, says Gene Sperling.
Larry Summers, who served as Treasury Secretary under President Bill Clinton and as director of the National Economic Council for President Barack Obama, says he'd rather investigate other changes before moving "into whole new areas of taxation."
The billionaire former Starbucks CEO says he could never run for president as a Democrat because the party has moved too far left.
"I wouldn't underestimate Howard Schultz twice," says Democratic supporter and venture capitalist Alan Patricof, recalling how he passed up on backing Starbucks decades ago.
A North Korean envoy arrived in Washington on Thursday for expected talks with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and a possible encounter with President Donald Trump aimed a laying the groundwork for a second U.S.-North Korea summit.
The White House and congressional Democrats remain divided over Republican President Donald Trump's demand for money for a border wall. A 1995-1996 shutdown over a funding battle between Democratic President Bill Clinton and Republican House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich lasted 21 days. The current one has not affected three-quarters of the...
"I believe you're going to find it in the courts almost immediately," says the Iowa Republican. "It contravenes the power of the purse" of Congress.
NEW YORK/ LOS ANGELES, Dec 31- Johnson& Johnson Inc's statement was unequivocal. "The FDA has tested Johnson's talc since the' 70 s. The tweet, posted under the handle zJNJNews, didn't mention that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found traces of asbestos in the company's Shower to Shower talc in 1973, as revealed in agency documents...
Jerry Brown has been a fixture of California politics for nearly a half century and his final stint as governor was marked by restoring the state's fiscal health and filling the leadership vacuum on climate change.
Dec 13- Last week, Brazilian investigators accused four of the world's largest oil-trading firms of participating in a corruption scheme focused on Brazil's state-controlled oil company Petrobras. Federal prosecutors allege Vitol, Glencore, Trafigura and Mercuria along with several small firms collectively paid at least $31 million in bribes over a...
Alan Blinder, who served at the Fed during Clinton's administration, criticizes President Trump's latest prodding against more interest rate hikes.
"Life is really not all real chaos and 24-7 news," says former Sen. Alan Simpson. "You've got sort out the crap. It'd be a good thing for them to start doing."