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Trump’s Solar Tariff Costs US Companies Billions

Trump’s Solar Tariff Costs US Companies Billions

President Donald Trump’s tariff on imported solar panels has led U.S. renewable energy companies to cancel or freeze investments of more than $2.5 billion in large installation projects, along with
S. Korean Conservative Leader Pessimistic About US-North Korea Summit

S. Korean Conservative Leader Pessimistic About US-North Korea Summit

The conservative leader of South Korea’s main opposition party on Thursday spoke out against the upcoming U.S.–North Korea summit. He also voiced concern that political considerations are driving U.S.
Before Trump-Kim Summit, Japan’s Prime Minister Visits White House

Before Trump-Kim Summit, Japan’s Prime Minister Visits White House

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is visiting the White House on Thursday to impress upon President Donald Trump Japan’s interests ahead of Trump’s historic summit next week with North Korean leader
Trump 'Will be Sticking to His Guns' During G7 Showdown

Trump 'Will be Sticking to His Guns' During G7 Showdown

U.S. President Donald Trump "will be sticking to his guns" at the upcoming Group of Seven summit despite criticism of his trade policies from allies, one of his key economic advisers told reporters on
Former Somali Refugee Runs for US Congressional Seat

Former Somali Refugee Runs for US Congressional Seat

Two years ago, Ilhan Omar made headlines when she became the first Somali-American elected to a U.S. state legislature. She was chosen to represent Minneapolis, a city in the upper Midwestern state of
US-Pakistan Tensions Appear to Be Easing

US-Pakistan Tensions Appear to Be Easing

The United States appears to be easing public pressure on Pakistan in a bid to encourage the country to help promote peace and reconciliation with the Taliban to bring an end to the war in
US Asylum Seekers Wait Their Turn on Mexican Border

US Asylum Seekers Wait Their Turn on Mexican Border

The Trump administration's tough talk on immigration did not deter Telma Ramirez from making the trip from El Salvador to seek asylum in the United States.She arrived at the border in Tijuana with her
Barbara Bush's Wellesley Speech Coming Out as a Book

Barbara Bush's Wellesley Speech Coming Out as a Book

Barbara Bush's widely praised commencement address at Wellesley College is being released as a book.Scribner told The Associated Press on Thursday that "Your Own True Colors" comes out June 12. An
Military Base Calls Immigration Agents on Pizza Delivery Man

Military Base Calls Immigration Agents on Pizza Delivery Man

He went from delivering pizza to being detained by immigration officers.An Ecuadorean restaurant worker making a delivery to an Army garrison in Brooklyn wound up being detained June 1 after a routine
Boston, Other Cities, to Work to Curb Renewable Energy Costs

Boston, Other Cities, to Work to Curb Renewable Energy Costs

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh is hoping to work with other cities to drive down the cost of renewable energy by asking developers for price estimates to meet collective energy demand.Walsh said the first
US Imposes Visa Restrictions on Nicaraguan Police, Officials

US Imposes Visa Restrictions on Nicaraguan Police, Officials

The U.S. on Thursday imposed visa restrictions on Nicaraguan police and other officials in the wake of violence in the Central American nation that has left more than 120 people dead.The State
Trump-Kim Summit Spawns Hopes, Fears on Capitol Hill

Trump-Kim Summit Spawns Hopes, Fears on Capitol Hill

Days ahead of a historic summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Republican lawmakers on Thursday rallied behind Trump, while Democrats expressed concerns about
Trump Says Working With Abe to Improve US-Japan Trade Relations

Trump Says Working With Abe to Improve US-Japan Trade Relations

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday after White House talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that the two leaders were working together to improve trading relations and that Abe
Bill Would Let US States Enforce Own Marijuana Laws

Bill Would Let US States Enforce Own Marijuana Laws

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers on Thursday introduced legislation that would allow states to adopt and enforce their own marijuana laws, despite a long-standing federal prohibition on
Refugee Syrian Chef Turns Nocturnal in Ramadan

Refugee Syrian Chef Turns Nocturnal in Ramadan

The streets of Washington are dark and empty when Majed Abdalraheem first arrives at Union Kitchen, a shared commercial cooking space in a warehouse on the city's northeast side. By 4 a.m., he has

The 25 Most Expensive Vehicles To Insure Are Pretty Surprising

Think luxury vehicles are most expensive to insure? Think again. |
Desktops Now Less Popular Than Tablets in the U.S.

Desktops Now Less Popular Than Tablets in the U.S.

The gadgets we use can be a good indicator of where our society is at today, and where it’s going in the future. And judging by numbers from a recent survey by the NTIA (National Telecommunications
More Than 14% of US Farm Exports Seen at Risk in Trade Disputes

More Than 14% of US Farm Exports Seen at Risk in Trade Disputes

More than 14 percent of $140 billion in annual U.S. farm exports have been or are likely to be hit by retaliatory tariffs in trade disputes with countriessuch as China and Mexico, a top U.S. trade
NFL Players Kneeling for Anthem Not Unpatriotic, Most US Voters Say

NFL Players Kneeling for Anthem Not Unpatriotic, Most US Voters Say

A Quinnpiac University poll released Thursday found most American voters believe that National Football League players who kneel in protest during the national anthem are not unpatriotic.Nearly 60
US Immigration Debate Shines Spotlight on Divided GOP

US Immigration Debate Shines Spotlight on Divided GOP

House Republicans continue to struggle over immigration legislation as factions disagree on key issues, including how to deal with the thousands of young undocumented immigrants, known colloquially as