The White House reviewed a Democratic plan on Monday to bail out stricken automakers with up to $15 billion in loans, a bid that would also clear the way for longer-term help if industry meets certain conditions.
U.S. textile groups seeking new restrictions on clothing imports from China won a victory on Thursday when an American lawmaker requested the U.S. International Trade Commission to collect data on the trade.
U.S. clothing makers are finding retailers that once stocked their stores with a variety of European brands are buying locally, given the cost of doing business internationally with a weak American dollar.
Australian athletes will be advised to wear team uniforms outside of the Olympic village after a relative of a U.S. coach was stabbed to death in Beijing, the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) said on Sunday.
"Hannah Montana" star Miley Cyrus took a drubbing on Monday in the media and from some parents of her young fans who were angry over sexually provocative pictures of the 15-year-old superstar despite her apology one d...
A trademark fedora hat and a pair of luxury slippers were among hundreds of items from late French president Francois Mitterrand's wardrobe that went under the hammer Tuesday, January 29th to raise money for charity.