As the American president picks fights with allies such as French leader Emmanuel Macron, nationalism threatens to shatter Europe.
Key EU leaders travel to Japan and China looking for the trust, friendship and cooperation they feel they can no longer get from a century-old ally.
Europe and Mexico vow to retaliate against prospective U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum, and financial markets fall amid fears of a trade war.
As the American empire unravels with previously unimagined speed, there are many across this country’s political spectrum who will not mourn its passing.
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.
What will historians say a century from now, if they still exist? That the most intelligent known species in the universe lost its mind.
The president announces his intent to place tariffs on imported steel and aluminum and rebuffs allies who have pushed to be exempted from the stiff duties.
The "Last Week Tonight" host picks apart the president's approach to the world, starting with his motto "America First."
The president intends to use his first State of the Union address to cite economic progress under his watch while pushing for bipartisanship.
Our nation may be "open for business," as the president declared in Davos, but it is closed to ambitious young immigrants from around the world.