Be it Europe, Canada or Asia, other countries said they would respond to Mr. Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs with restrictions of their own.
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Where other politicians strain for at least the appearance of consistency, Mr. Trump shows no reluctance to think out loud and change his mind.
Schools have seen more threats and false alarms since the recent shooting in Parkland, Fla. “We can no longer say, ‘Aww, he didn’t mean it,’” an Illinois officer says.
Major retailers have pledged to stop selling certain assault-style rifles and raise age requirements. But the potential effects are difficult to discern because sales data is limited.
A global tit-for-tat on trade could crimp economic growth, undermining the stimulative effects of President Trump’s deregulation push and his signature $1.5 trillion tax cut.
Beijing is pushing past its digital borders to influence and control what people say online, as it enjoys growing sway in the technology world.
After 19 years in prison in one of the most repressive states, Yusuf Ruzimuradov was released. He had been accused of sedition.
A chaotic White House has come up with a chaotic trade policy.
Marina Krim described strange behavior by the nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, before she killed Leo and Lulu Krim.
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