China counterpunched with new tariffs against U.S. products in the latest round of an escalating trade fight between the world's two largest economies. The Chinese announced plans for 25 percent tariffs on a list of American goods, including soybeans, cars…
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro says that if the U.S. allows China to cheat and steal American intellectual property, “we won't have a future.” And America has a right, Navarro tells Judy Woodruff, to defend American economic and national…
As a trade showdown between the U.S. and China escalates, there's fears of how a trade war could hurt both countries. Special correspondent Katrina Yu reports from Beijing on how recently announced tariffs will affect farmers, importers, retailers and consumers…
A sustained period of stock market volatility could impact the retirement savings accounts of millions of Americans.
By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
The world's financial markets are gripped by fear that an escalating trade rift between the United States and China may inflict far-reaching pain.
By PBS NewsHour
Chief economic adviser Gary Cohn is stepping down -- another major White House resignation, this time over trade policy. As President Trump pushes ahead with his plan for tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, Republicans are increasingly sounding their concerns…
By Associated Press
Prime Minister Theresa May has spoken with U.S. President Donald Trump and expressed "deep concern" about his threatened trade war with the European Union.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, March 3, Florida considers gun restrictions, and how political conflict contributes to famine. Also, female jazz musicians bring attention to sexism in the music industry. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
Foreign governments are outraged over a provision of the stimulus bill requiring that any manufactured goods used in public works projects connected with stimulus money come from American suppliers. Experts mull the dispute.
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