Friday’s new turmoil around the U.S. economy and trade war with China is coming at an important moment for President Trump, immediately preceding his arrival at the G-7 summit in France. Reporting from France, Yamiche Alcindor joins Judy Woodruff to…
By Thomas Adamson, Alex Turnbull, Associated Press
The tax on Facebook, Google and other U.S. tech giants, has provoked a strong rebuke from the White House, which said it could lead to U.S. tariffs on French imports.
By Thomas Adamson, Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press
Neither Secretary of State Mike Pompeo nor Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen are attending the meeting of foreign and interior ministers from the Group of Seven countries.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition, for Saturday, June 9, President Donald Trump leaves the G-7 summit early after threatening to end trade with member countries. Later, trying to resolve fights, school districts are replacing zero-tolerance policies with conflict-resolution programs. Hari Sreenivasan anchors…
President Donald Trump’s visit at the G-7 summit in Canada was tense and truncated. Arriving late and leaving early, he advocated for the readmission of Russia, which was expelled from the group after allegedly annexing Crimea, and refused to reverse…
By Catherine Lucey, Rob Gillies, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Russia was ousted from the elite group in 2014. Trump tells reporters: "Russia should be in the meeting, should be a part of it."…
By Jonathan Lemire and Julie Pace, Associated Press
"I think we hit a home run no matter where we are," President Donald Trump said after a grueling, five-stop sprint on his first trip abroad.
Cajoled on issues like climate change and NATO's defense pact, President Trump has responded by scolding some of the United States' most loyal allies for not paying their fair share.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
None of the world powers believes the economic and diplomatic punishments levied on Russia for its alleged aggression in Ukraine are changing President Vladimir Putin's calculus, yet there are no plans to shift strategies…
As global markets try to steady themselves amid an economic crisis, world leaders pledged to pump billions of dollars into U.S. and European economies to allay the problems. A panel of financial experts discuss the move.
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