The U.S. economy grew at a rate of 3% last quarter. We need to listen to America's small and midsize business leaders to further progress.
As our country continues reeling from two devastating hurricanes, Americans extend their hands and their prayers to help those in need.
Although ACA repeal efforts have been eclipsed in Washington, consumers across the country are feeling the pain of the law's shortcomings.
To honor American workers on Labor Day, and each day, we must advance a robust free enterprise system.
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With school starting back up, this is a good time to think about how we train and equip our students for success.
Congress may be on break but the Chamber isn't. We're preparing for the impending battle to pass pro-growth tax reform.
The average payout for consumers in class action lawsuits is about $32 while the average plaintiff’s lawyer pockets $1 million.
The Chamber is highlighting how American businesses are taking the lead in finding solutions to disability exclusion.
As the debate over NAFTA heats up, the Chamber stands firm in its commitment to preserving the agreement.
The U.S. Chamber is a proud advocate of free speech. We stand up to all attacks of that basic right.
The right to risk, fail, and try again underpins American innovation. The U.S. Chamber fights to protect this right.
America has transformed from energy scarcity and foreign reliance to abundance and exporting American resources around the world.