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Trump says trade deal with Japan has been reached; Abe warns that more work remains

The president’s description of the deal made it sound as if it would be narrower in scale, though he didn’t provide many details.

U.S. exports to lobster-loving China go off the cliff amid tariffs

America’s lobster exports to China have plunged this year as new retaliatory tariffs have shifted seafood business north to Canada.

Veggie burgers were living an idyllic little existence. Then they got caught in a war over the future of meat.

Tofurky wasn’t keeping cattle ranchers awake at night. For decades, veggie burgers were the token offering to vegans at the backyard barbecue, and Tofurky was the Thanksgiving benediction to the meat-...

Trump’s wild week of tax ideas continues with new promise if GOP sweeps in 2020

The president said in a tweet that he would pass a “major" middle-class tax cut, the latest in a string of varying tax pledges that he has made in the past week.

Trump’s company could save millions if interest rates fall as he demands

The Trump Organization could see large savings in payments it is making on roughly $345 million in loans, according to public filings and financial experts. 

Trump ‘hereby’ orders U.S. business out of China. Can he do that?

Some see command as more than “cheap talk,” saying president has real levers to compel compliance.

Patients face higher fees and longer waits after Planned Parenthood quits federal program

The agency forfeited millions after refusing to comply with what it calls a Trump administration ‘gag rule’ regarding abortion referrals.

Trump wants the Fed to save the economy, but central bankers say they can only do so much

Politics and economics are colliding, and central banks are at the center.

Trump retaliates in trade war by escalating tariffs on Chinese imports and demanding companies cut ties with China

The slide came as the trade war between the United States and China worsened Friday, with Beijing imposing retaliatory tariffs on $75 billion in American goods.

Accused Capital One hacker to remain in jail until trial, judge rules

Paige Thompson’s lawyers had argued she was at risk in jail because she is transgender.