Lobster Fishermen Fear Trade War Amid Irma RecoveryLobsters are among the seafood and other U.S. goods hit by Chinese tariffs in early July.
Trump's Tariffs Hurting Already Struggling Newspaper IndustryMost groundwood paper comes from Canada and nearly 70 percent of newspapers in the U.S. rely on the product.
Whiskey Groups United In Urging Free TradeTrade disputes have resulted in tariffs imposed in some key overseas markets for American whiskey makers.
Trump Visits Iowa, Illinois, To Talk Jobs And TradeThe president has continued to defend his tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, even as members of his own party critique them.
Trump Says U.S. And Europe Working Toward 'Zero' Tariffs On Industrial GoodsPresident Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker have agreed to work towards "zero" tariffs," Trump says.
Trump Says He Expects 'Something Very Positive' On Trade To Take Place With EU's JunckerPresident Trump met with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at the White House Wednesday, as tensions remain high over tariffs.
Farmers Fret As US-China Trade War Escalates"I fully support my president, but it's tough to defend it."
Emanuel: China Talks A SuccessFarmers are already suffering from lower corn and soybean prices due to tariffs that curtailed exports to China.
Senate Overwhelmingly Rebukes Trump With Tariff VoteSenators voted overwhelmingly Wednesday calling on Trump to get congressional approval before using national security as a reason for imposing tariffs on other nations, as he did recently with steel and aluminum levies against Mexico, Canada and the European Union.
China-U.S. Tariffs: Wisconsin Cheese Industry Hopes Trump Has Strategy In Trade DisputesAfter midnight Eastern Time on Friday, the U.S. imposed tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods, and now the cheese industry is caught in the crossfire of U.S. trade disputes with other countries.
Republican Senator Will Drop Holds On Judges In Exchange For Vote On Tariffs"I want a vote on tariffs, a serious vote on tariffs," said Sen. Jeff Flake, who like many free-trade Republicans on Capitol Hill has spoken out against Trump's use of tariffs to punish other countries for what he describes as unfair trade practices.