President Trump hopes to deter the flow of migrants into the United States, but near the busy border crossing in Arizona, some said that the threat of separation from their children would not deter them.
The Trump administration has begun granting a handful of exclusions from its steel and aluminum tariffs, but the slow, opaque process still has nearly 20,000 applications waiting.
Business owners who are the targets of other nations’ retaliatory tariffs are worried now that President Trump’s offensive will wind up hurting them.
Federal agents refused to let drivers in Maine and New Hampshire pass until they disclosed their citizenship. The government says checkpoints are vital to curbing unauthorized immigration.
Between the Trump administration’s steel tariffs, the reinstatement of sanctions on Iran, and political chaos, Italy is again struggling economically.
The White House is eyeing tariffs on luxury imports such as perfume, handbags and wine. It might be drawing the wrong lesson from past trade fights.
The Trump administration multiplies malevolence with incompetence.
A “border security” machine was handed over to a cruel, indecent president. We must smash the machine.
The European counterattack, a response to U.S. measures on steel and aluminum, adds another front to a trade war that has engulfed allies and adversaries around the world.
President Trump said on Tuesday that Canadians were smuggling shoes across the border “because the tariffs are so massive.” But under Nafta, Canada does not charge a tariff on American shoe imports.
President Trump rails against undocumented immigrants as “murderers and thieves” who want to “infest our country.” Some of his opponents respond with rage.
These immigrant children shouldn’t be in facilities in New York or anywhere else. They should be with their parents.
Accelerating growth has given the administration more leverage over trading partners. But economists warn of potential headwinds beyond this year.
Even if the rest of the world doesn’t follow.
The world is finding out what the U.S. now finds acceptable.
Microsoft workers objected to the company’s work with immigration authorities, part of a wave of outrage over the Trump administration’s immigration policy.
President Trump’s new policy requiring criminal prosecutions of migrants who illegally cross the border is flooding the court system with a new kind of defendant.
President Trump’s threat was the latest volley in a dizzying trade dispute that has pitted the world’s two largest economies against each other.
Lying about the president’s evil policy is easier than defending it.
President Trump’s homeland security secretary said the number of immigrants fraudulently posing as families has tripled. That’s true per government data. But those cases make up less than 1 percent of families apprehended at the border.