President Biden signed an executive order to ensure that federal dollars purchase U.S.-made products — like the Trump administration and others before it.
It's a tactic to buy more time against the president's impending ban on the app.
More states are trying to join the program, but most will offer $300 a week in additional benefits, rather than the $400 the president wanted.
President Trump's executive order restricts Chinese tech platforms. Correspondent Jennifer Pak discusses the future of competition in developing markets.
President Trump signed an executive order Thursday calling for more protections of campus free speech and comprehensive publication of data about students’ post-graduation economic outcomes.
Today, when the president signed an executive order expanding coverage options outside of the Obamacare marketplaces, he promised that the order would create more insurance options at “lower prices, and for millions of Americans.” Actually, the order is asking federal agencies to broaden the use of short-term insurance options, which aren’t beholden to the coverage […]
The order will aim to make lower-premium plans more widely available.
President Trump’s penchant for regulatory roll-backs raises hard questions.
President Obama signed offshore drilling bans for Arctic and Atlantic areas just before he left office, but President Trump’s new executive order could cancel that. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
With coal, deregulation can only get you so far.