The manufacturer says European Union tariffs on motorcycles exported from the U.S. have jumped between 6 percent and 31 percent, adding $2,200 to the price of the average motorcycle sent to EU countries.
The U.S. president, feuding with Canada over trade, accuses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of making "false statements" at a news conference.
Michael Avenatti also says large sums were put into the former Trump lawyer's account by companies with U.S. government business interests. AT&T confirms its tie to Cohen, and AP says documents appear to back Avenatti's allegations.
The Journal of the American Medical Association focuses on for-profit clinics that advertise costly, unproven stem-cell treatments for a variety of conditions, often marketing them as cures or promising vastly improved health.
Public pension systems nationwide face record levels of debt, putting downward pressure on wages as governments struggle to close the gap. And it suggests that the recent outcry over teacher pay could spread in coming years.
The legendary former quarterback tells interviewer Megyn Kelly he would not encourage youngsters to play football.
The 87 million users whose data might have been shared with Cambridge Analytica will get detailed messages through their news feed, the social media giant says.
The latest salvo comes in response to Tuesday's proposal by Washington to hike tariffs on $50 billion worth of medical, aerospace, information technology and other products.
Educators in Kentucky and Oklahoma walked out of classrooms and held rallies in the latest evidence of rebellion in some Republican-led states.