A jittery market responds as White House officials struggle to explain what was agreed upon by Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jingping.
In response to the news, Trump says the administration and lawmakers are exerting "a lot of pressure" on the auto maker.
Unemployment is down to 3.7 percent, but jobs are less secure than ever. So much for the president's favorite talking point.
The White House will push for cuts to such programs as Medicare and Social Security if Republicans manage to hold on in November, according to Donald Trump's top economic adviser.
Bashing the leader of one of America's venerable allies, the Trump administration levels unprecedented criticism against Canada's prime minister, branding Justin Trudeau a back-stabber unworthy of the president's time.
The treasury secretary says the world's two biggest economies are making progress in talks aimed at reducing America's massive trade deficit with China.
Farm-state representatives say the president has asked trade officials to revisit joining negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would open more overseas markets for U.S. farmers.