Two House bills introduced this month by Republicans seek to redirect federal funds from California's controversial high-speed rail project and use the money for other purposes.
The move marks a stunning turnaround for the U.S., which stood by the Boeing plane as dozens of other countries suspended service.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao is not only resisting the calls to ground the plane, she flew one of the plane back to Washington Tuesday afternoon.
Don Blankenship had called Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell "Cocaine Mitch" during a failed bid to win the Republican nomination for Senate in West Virginia.
Gordon Hartogensis would run the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, which provides retirement benefits to people whose pension plans failed.
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet 10 major automakers at the White House on Friday to discuss the fate of landmark fuel efficiency standards.
On Tuesday, West Virginia will join Indiana, North Carolina, and Ohio in hosting primary elections in states Trump carried in 2016.
Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio and West Virginia will all hold primaries on Tuesday, with big implications for the battle for the Senate and House.
President Trump tells West Virginia GOP primary voters not to support Don Blankenship, one of three Republicans vying for the nomination to face Sen. Joe Manchin.
GOP leaders are hoping Don Blankenship will not win the West Virginia Republican Senate primary, as he may hurt their chances of beating Democrat Joe Manchin.
Republican Don Blankenship — running in Tuesday's West Virginia Senate primary — has escalated attacks on Mitch McConnell.
Trump called for $200 billion in federal money intended to spur at least $1.5 trillion in state and local infrastructure spending.
The speech marks Trump's first in-person remarks since the announcement of top White House economic advisor Gary Cohn's resignation.
Perdue is the ninth Cabinet official in line for presidential succession.
The White House wants to show its work, while avoiding the criticism it got for its one-page, double-spaced release of its tax plan.
Trump has promoted infrastructure funding, yet hasn't pursued any projects, Financial Times reports.
Airlines capped fares ahead of Hurricane Irma after an outcry on social media and are keeping the lower fares in place through Sunday.
Florida Rep. Charlie Crist writes letter to Department of Transportation after complaints of price gouging by United Airlines.
Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell need to come back from recess ready to lock arms with their party—and Trump, says the National Review's Conrad Black.
The apparent end of an industry task force is one of many headaches facing tech and automakers in D.C., Recode reports.
The FAA Chief will tell the Senate Commerce Committee tomorrow that the Boeing 737 Max Jet will return when the FAA determines it is appropriate. CNBC's Dom Chu reports.
The perk was part of Ghosn's original employment contract when he signed on as CEO in 1999, Bloomberg says, citing anonymous sources.
The biggest declines in sales are happening at the lower end, where buyers have fewer options as companies pull back on cheaper cars.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg released a statement in support of Ethiopian Airlines following the Flight 302 crash that killed 157 people in March.
A U.S. trade judge on Tuesday recommended Qualcomm be granted a request for an import ban on some iPhones sold by Apple.
A string of countries have defaulted in their own currencies and not just in times of war, including Brazil and Russia, Fitch ratings says.
The Supreme Court has never blocked a congressional map for being too politically partisan, although cases have frequently come before the panel on the issue.
Trump must sell House Democrats on his signature trade deal, and persuade Senate Republicans to stomach labor-friendly provisions.
Several California lawmakers are proposing legislation that would require President Donald Trump and other presidential candidates to release their tax returns as a precondition for getting on the ballot.