The latest news on NAFTA
The U.S. must stay on top of negotiating new trade deals in a changing global economy.
As Congress debates the extension of the African Growth and Opportunity Act, it can increase American competition in Africa.
Daley was appointed by President Obama as White House chief of staff.
Rep. Tom Perriello thinks Tim Geithner and Larry Summers are out of touch and should be replaced.
A McCain administration would mean an attempt to lower taxes.
Free-trade criticism on the presidential campaign trail could ignite protectionist policies in the next Congress.
The Clinton campaign this morning challenged Barack Obama to respond to a new report that suggests that the Democratic front-runner's senior economic policy adviser, Austan Goolsbee, told Canadian consulate officials in Chicago to take Obama's NAFTA criticism with a grain of salt because it was part of "political positioning" with voters in Ohio.