American semiconductor giants are pressing Congress to pass legislation that would provide $52 billion for their industry, warning that they may otherwise relocate overseas.
The goal is a resurgence in U.S. influence in the region, especially vis-à-vis China, after Trump’s withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
More than 300 solar projects in the United States have been canceled or delayed in recent weeks because of an investigation by the Commerce Department.
A spate of positive coronavirus tests among top officials is a reminder that, even amid an attempt to pivot away from strict restrictions, the pandemic is not over.
The announcement from the Justice Department came after Gina Raimondo, the commerce secretary, and Representative Katherine Clark of Massachusetts announced their own positive tests.
To try to halt the war in Ukraine, the U.S. and its allies have imposed the most sweeping export controls seen in decades on Russia. Now they have to enforce them.
Gina Raimondo, the commerce secretary, said the U.S. could take “devastating” action against Chinese companies that defy Russian sanctions.
Increased demand for the semiconductors that power cars, electronics and electrical grids have stoked inflation and could cause more factory shutdowns in the United States.
The Commerce and Treasury Departments put new restrictions on an array of companies and institutions that they said were misusing biotechnology.
An internal inquiry found that the office improperly opened investigations and overstepped its legal authority, but stopped short of attributing the problems to racial or ethnic bias.
Five cabinet members, all former mayors or governors and therefore experts in infrastructure fights, are fanning out across America and Capitol Hill to try to sell the president’s rebuilding plan.
The Senate confirmed Gina Raimondo as President Biden’s commerce secretary and Cecilia Rouse as the head of the Council of Economic Advisers.
As districts across the country wrestle with when to return to in-person instruction, the story of Providence, R.I., offers a lesson in what it takes to do so.
A Senate committee will question Gina M. Raimondo, President Biden’s pick for commerce secretary, at a hearing Tuesday morning.
Unlike in many Northeastern cities, a majority of families in Rhode Island’s capital have sent their children back to school.
With his victory secured, the president-elect is moving to fill out his economic team.
The incoming administration will select Gina M. Raimondo, a moderate Democrat, to guide a sprawling department critical to business and technology.
New York City became the highest-profile example when Mayor de Blasio said elementary schools would reopen starting Dec. 7.
Here are 12 women who are under serious consideration by Mr. Biden, and why each might be chosen — and might not be.
Ignoring Freedom of Information Act requests during the crisis damages democracy.
A national lockdown is bad medicine and worse politics.