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Tariffs on steel imports could bolster U.S. steelmakers, but these workers would be among the losers.
Trade talks, which began Wednesday, could fulfill one of Trump's biggest political promises — or risk upsetting the economy.
The Trump administration and automakers are clashing over what it means to be "Made In North America."
Solar manufacturers are begging the federal government for help, but as they make their case, they face opposition from much of the rest of their industry.
The measure could result in a wide range of penalties as the administration seeks a new way to deal with what it calls Chinese violations of the rules of international trade.
Americans have remarkably positive views on trade -- even the North American Free Trade Agreement
The president plans to sign an executive memorandum on Monday, senior administration officials said, in a move that might help push China to do more on North Korea.
President will sign executive memo on Monday, senior administration officials said. Probe could be used as leverage to force Beijing to further address North Korea situation.
A Harvard economist explains where globalization fell short, and how those shortcomings pose an existential threat.
The decision comes as the two countries spar over trade, as well as over how to handle North Korea's nuclear weapons programs.