Powell says the Fed can't respond to recession, the EU approves free trade with Vietnam, and the Dutch government proposes large dams to stop rising seas. Plus a programming note.
Author - JM Ashby
Trump's tariffs are "hypocritical" says a CEO who asked for the tariffs.
Consumer debt reaches $14 trillion, Britain plans a total break on banking regulations,
McConnell says Republicans won't even try to pass Trump's budget.
Trump's proposal could codify cuts like he ordered in Ukraine last year.
EU officials say they just need to give Trump something to tweet.
The number of troops injured in Iraq triples, the DOJ charges Chinese hackers, and global warming kills winter energy business.
Michael Gove says there will be hard borders even if they sign a trade deal.
Trump's budget calls for ending a loan program that could keep the factory open.
Almost every non-security agency would be cut under Trump's fantasy budget.
Kudlow downplays Trump's rage, car tariffs are on hold, and consumer spending is falling off a cliff in China.
The construction industry added jobs at a time when it normally wouldn't.
The Trump regime is ending states' ability to automatically enroll children.
Trump was reportedly "apoplectic" in a phone call with Boris Johnson.
DHS removes New York from fast travel, regulators charge the NRA, and the former WTO director blasts Trump.
Barr floated the idea of taking a controlling stake in foreign competitors to Huawei.
Contracts for guns and ammo worth $30 million have been held up for a year.
China's retaliatory tariffs will only by cut by 2.5 to 5 percent.
Coronavirus cases surge, Trump's SOTU ratings plummet, and MIT researchers say recession is likely.
Trump committed an "egregious assault on our Constitution," Romney says.