Recession signals intensified Wednesday in the United States and in some of the world’s leading economies, as the damage from acrimonious trade wars is becoming increasingly apparent on multiple continents.
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Fury as Trump official says poem on Statue of Liberty refers to ‘people from Europe’ USCIS head Ken Cuccinelli condemned over poem comments • Famed inscription welcomed millions of immigrants to America
Germany is the world’s fourth-largest economy. It’s the third-largest exporter in the world, behind only China and the United States, and by far the most export-intensive economy in the G7. It’s Europe’s
Republicans in the state fear Donald Trump will talk up a potential run by his bombastic former aide during a rally Thursday. President Donald Trump’s Thursday evening rally in Manchester, N.H., is ostensibly
Most times, the word "magisterial" gets tossed around as a loose synonym for, "that book I've been meaning to read but, at the moment, I'm using it to flatten out that old Moby Grape album." But Vann Newkirk's
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Wednesday it had flown two nuclear-capable TU-160 bombers to a far eastern Russian region opposite Alaska as part of a training exercise that state media said showed ability
During a rally-style speech to energy workers in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, President Donald Trump used a slur to demean Sen. Elizabeth Warren, insulted former Vice President Joe Biden as “sleepy Joe,” about
Trump Administration's Changes to The Endangered Species Act Risks Pushing More Species To Extinction
The U.S. federal law that once saved the bald eagle from extinction is facing a new set of rollbacks by the Trump Administration, worrying conservation scientists about the future of at-risk species. into
Prosecutors have vowed that Jeffrey Epstein’s death will not stop the child sex abuse investigation that led to his arrest last month. The new sex trafficking and conspiracy charges alleged that he paid
JACKSON, Miss. – A Mississippi sheriff made a racist remark in a text message, a public records request by a local newspaper reveals, and then, when questioned about the comment, said he was "aggravated"