On Feb. 19, 2016, at a campaign rally in North Charleston, South Carolina, then-candidate Donald Trump gave a stump speech in which he railed against American jobs moving to Mexico: "We lose our jobs, we close our factories, Mexico gets all of the work," he said. "We get nothing."
The U.S. state of California is easing its rules for autonomous car testing, by allowing testing of vehicles in which there is no human driver.
Dalia Rhodes' wedding dress went down the aisle twice: Once at her wedding in 2015, and again a year later after she sold her gown to a stranger online.
U.S. private-sector hiring posted the biggest increase in nearly six years last month, while the goods-producing sector saw record job growth, payroll services firm ADP reported Wednesday.
Kenny Simmers, 4, from New Jersey, poses for a picture next to the "Fearless Girl" in Lower Manhattan on Wednesday.
U.S. businesses increased their orders in January, although a key component that tracks business investment spending fell for the first time in four months.
The U.S. housing market, a key economic driver, is exceedingly tight, with supply struggling to meet demand as the sector recovers a decade after the housing crisis, analysts say.
Businesses in some parts of the country, while generally upbeat, are concerned about the uncertainty surrounding the impending policies of U.S. President Donald Trump, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday.
A closely watched measure of U.S. inflation in January hit its fastest annual pace in more than four years, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday.
U.S. manufacturing activity expanded in February for the sixth consecutive month as businesses reported strong sales and demand, the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said Wednesday.