President Trump reinstates sanctions, opening the door to chaos in Asia and Europe. China, Russia and Turkey have already indicated they will not buckle to U.S. pressure.
It may be a heady time for the tech titans in Cupertino, but we should worry when a super-sized market sector is effectively fueled by magical thinking.
Some of the “fair trade” logos slapped on products are helpful and some are meaningless. What's a shopper to do? Start by reading this primer.
The billionaire brothers disagree with the president on trade, and on what they see as his excessive government spending.
American History for Truthdiggers: Andrew Jackson’s White-Male World and the Start of Modern Politics
He was a historic champion of the common man, but he was also a power-obsessed bigot and perhaps the most divisive U.S. president ever.
The quarterly figure is the highest since 2014, but some economists warn that temporary forces might be in play, including businesses racing to get ahead of tariffs.
The Congressional Progressive Caucus' plan "invests in our neglected infrastructure, ends the systematic inequality in our tax system by making corporations pay their fair share, and stops the rising cost of drugs."
The EPA makes the change, which affects more than 400 U.S. coal-fired power plants, after utilities push back against Obama-era regulations. The companies are expected to save roughly $30 million a year as a result.