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Trump Administration Defends Arrest of Huawei Executive

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

The top White House economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, said the trade talks with China should not be affected by the arrest.

P.M. Forni, Who Argued for β€˜Choosing Civility,’ Dies at 67

By NEIL GENZLINGER

In two books he wrote about rudeness and how to avoid it. He also started a program to encourage the practice of good manners.

P.M. Forni, Who Argued for β€˜Choosing Civility,’ Dies at 67

By NEIL GENZLINGER

In two books he wrote about rudeness and how to avoid it. He also started a program to encourage the practice of good manners.

Trump Cites β€˜Strong Signals’ From Xi as Trade Fears Return

By ALAN RAPPEPORT and JIM TANKERSLEY

The president expressed optimism about a deal after his tariff threats roiled markets, but concerns remain about the prospects for a trade truce.

Trump, Self-Styled β€˜Tariff Man,’ Issues China a Warning

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

Giving himself the nickname on Twitter, the president said he would impose additional tariffs if China did not live up to promises made on the G-20 sidelines.

Trump’s China Truce Calms Markets, but He Chooses a Hard-Liner to Lead Talks

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

Even as the president cast farmers and automakers as major beneficiaries of the truce, confusion and deep divisions between the two countries posed threats to a final deal.

China Will Slash Car Tariffs, Trump Says, in a (Vague) Tweet

By KEITH BRADSHER

With details scant and officials in both countries mum on the issue of American-made autos, industry experts were left guessing as to what the president meant.

U.S.-China Trade Truce Gives Both Sides Political Breathing Room

By KEITH BRADSHER and ALAN RAPPEPORT

But the compromise reached by President Trump and President Xi Jinping offers few promises of policy changes, and it sets a tight deadline of March 1.

U.S. and China Call Truce in Trade War

By MARK LANDLER

In a meeting with President Xi Jinping of China, President Trump agreed to hold off on a plan to raise tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods on Jan. 1.

3 Killed After Pickup Truck Fleeing Border Patrol Hits Tire Spikes and Crashes

By MATTHEW HAAG

A pickup truck with nine people in its bed crashed and flipped over in Southern California after driving over tire spikes placed by the Border Patrol.

Rains Turn Squalid Migrant Camp Near California Border Into Scene of Fetid Misery

By MIRIAM JORDAN and ILANA PANICH-LINSMAN

A downpour quickly flooded the open-air complex sheltering arrivals from Central America, reducing their few belongings to a soggy mess.

Trade Pact Is Signed, but U.S.-Canada Rift Remains

By DAN BILEFSKY

The road to a new agreement between Canada, Mexico and the U.S. has soured the relationship between President Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

How Tariffs Work, and Why China Won’t See a Bill

By JIM TANKERSLEY

We don’t send a bill to China, and other basics of what happens when the United States decides to tax an imported good.

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