G-7 leaders hope for quiet summit amid worries about Trump

As economic and political head winds gather across the globe, leaders of the world’s Group of 7 nations are bracing themselves for a different kind of turbulent force: President Trump.

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

While the president lacks the authority to force companies to leave China, trade experts said he has powerful tools at his disposal to encourage compliance.
A cleansing ceremony at Buckroe Beach in Hampton, Va. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Post)
A cleansing ceremony at Buckroe Beach in Hampton, Va. (Evelyn Hockstein for The Post)

Virginia marks the start of American slavery in 1619 with speeches, songs

The commemoration of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans 400 years ago began at dawn at Fort Monroe with the rhythm of drums and a cleansing ritual.

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. 
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