America is officially a truck nation. FOX40 auto expert Nik Miles put away his racing helmet to take a ride in some of the newest pick-up trucks in America.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Wednesday President Barack Obama will act unilaterally on immigration, despite new speculation that Republican lawmakers may shut down the government to block executive actions Obama plans to announce by the end of the summer. "It certainly was a shame when Republicans engaged in a strategy to shut down the government over the Affordable Care Act," Earnest said. "We would hope that Republicans wouldn't do the same thing again ... over a common sense, bipartisan effort to try to mitigate at least some of the worst problems that are caused by our broken immigration system." To avoid a shutdown, lawmakers must pass legislation to fund the government before the Oct. 1 start of the fiscal year.
Some Senate Democrats are seizing on Burger Kings Canadian doughnut chain Tim Hortons to renew their calls for Congress to ban corporate inversions. The merger will involve relocating the companys headquarters to Canada, meaning it will not have to pay U.S. taxes on its foreign earnings. Michigan Democratic Sen. Carl Levin said in a press release on his website, Congress cant afford to wait any longer to put a stop to tax dodging through this kind of merger. Levin also predicted a strong public reaction against Burger King that could more than offset any tax benefit it receives. However, executives at Burger King argue that the move is not motivated by taxes, but rather is an acknowledgement of the primary role that Tim Hortons will play in the combined company.
Mexican government announces new measures to keep migrants from traveling to US
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Hotels have started charging sneaky fees for things like stowing luggage or just providing a room safe. Angela Miles interviews Travelzoo senior editor Gabe Saglie about how charging a few dollars here and there is turning into huge profits for hotels.
Jeb Bush, the former Governor of Florida, has not announced whether he will run for president in 2016, but he looks like a presidential candidate as he meets with voters around the country discussing issues such as immigration reform.
Ten of the 12 House Republicans who didnt support John Boehners 2013 selection as speaker are cruising to November victories, despite the business communitys attempts to knock some of them off. Peter Cook reports on In The Loop.
President Barack Obama defended his administration's response to Veterans Affairs lapses that delayed health care for thousands of former service members, but conceded more needed to be done to regain their trust. (Aug. 26)
President Barack Obama reiterated his intention to pull nearly all U.S. troops out of Afghanistan Tuesday, despite the disasters that afflicted Iraq after his rapid withdrawal in 2011. Obama told the annual meeting of the American Legion, held in North Carolina, Americas longest war will come to a responsible end." He repeated the same message twice more, underlining his determination to withdraw U.S. forces despite the risk of an offensive by the Taliban jihadi movement.
Two Texas Congressmen, Louie Gohmert (R) and Henry Cueller (D), joined Shannon Bream on Fox News Americas News Headquarters Sunday to discuss terror threats from the porous southern border of the United States.
Small business owners across the country explain how regulations are killing their businesses - and how you will pay the price in the end.
As Burger King eyes moving its headquarters to Canada to lower its tax bill, a Democratic senator is recommending a boycott of the burger joint. Instead, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said hamburger lovers should try out two fast food chains that haven't "abandoned" the United States -- White Castle and Wendy's.
Pic of airport mechanic helping wounded warrior goes viral.
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