Several big companies are trying to turn out the vote in November. They say it’s a nonpartisan effort, but many of the brands have tangled with President Trump.
Menacing the media is a theme of President Trump’s rallies, but news organizations are anticipating an unnerving midterm election season, especially after a hostile crowd in Florida on Tuesday night.
Conventional wisdom says the two companies should be blocked from merging to preserve competition and benefit consumers. But the merger could actually create a mightier maverick.
President Trump tweeted that Saudi Arabia might raise production by up to two million barrels a day. Saudi Arabia did not cite any specific figures in its account of a conversation he had with King Salman.
Khalid al-Falih, the Saudi energy minister, said that the producers had heard complaints about high prices and had pumping capacity to spare.
The company introduced new policies in response to criticism of its role in the 2016 election, but news outlets say journalism can now be mislabeled political content.
Tariffs on a Canadian import offer insights on what may happen in the United States economy as President Trump pursues his combative trade policies.
The three-year deal is an expansion of the Saudi national oil company’s efforts to produce more natural gas to support its growing chemical industry.
As a new poll found a majority of California voters want to repeal increases to the state’s gas tax and vehicle fees, Gov. Jerry Brown has begun campaigning to preserve them, arguing the sacrifice is needed to fix long-neglected roads and bridges and improve mass transit. Repeal of the higher taxes...