The businessman who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple is now suing Colorado because it opposed his refusal to bake a cake celebrating a gender transition.
The last decade has been a triumph for Keynesian economics, argues The Week’s Ryan Cooper.
The tariffs on cars, alcohol and coal are unlikely to have much economic impact, but they highlight deteriorating relations with the U.S. and a feud that has helped trigger a currency crisis.
Most of the foreign money funding ocean plunder and the felling of the Amazon forest comes from havens designed to conceal wealth and money flows of multinationals, politicians and the rich, researchers say.
The Trump administration is moving to make it even easier for U.S. gun-makers to push their wares around the world.
To cool the world and boost plant growth, such methods may do the trick. But if they work by dimming the sunlight, the plants will ultimately suffer.
Climate change presents a dilemma. Inaction means ultimate catastrophe. But before then an ill-considered climate strategy could harm the poorest even more.
Turkey's president blames his country’s currency nosedive on the United States and other nations. He tells supporters his administration is taking the necessary precautions to protect the economy.
The Trump administration's tariffs are raising the cost of imported construction materials, squeezing homeowners seeking to rebuild after losing their homes to natural disasters, including the wildfires scorching parts of California.