Many of the deals weren't binding. But China could still use them as leverage in negotiations with the United States.
One of Wall Street's biggest headaches could soon become its saving grace.
California signed up an estimated 450,000 people under Medicaid expansion who may not have been eligible for coverage, according to a report by the U.S. Health and Human Services' chief watchdog.
President Trump's attacks on Amazon are the latest evidence of the CEO president being at odds with business.
Unlike some employers, the government in South Korea's capital city wants its staffers to work less, not more.
The Dow lost more than 2% during the first three months of the year, snapping a nine-quarter win streak.
Barclays was accused of tricking investors about the quality of mortgage deals that blew up during the financial crisis.
After Congress passed tax cuts and the spending bill, local officials seeking funding for projects have all but given up on a big infusion of infrastructure funding from the federal government.
Britain and the European Union have made some progress in divorce negotiations. But it could all still go wrong.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro tells CNN countries that received exemptions on US tariffs will still face a penalty.
Republicans are focusing on getting low-income men off the safety net by instituting work requirements for those who receive Medicaid and food stamps.
From tariffs to tanking tech stocks, Wall Street is bouncing between a long list of fears right now. Add a new concern to the tally: a flattening yield curve.
In Tennessee, Texas and other states that Trump won in 2016, businesses are concerned about the trade penalties.
India is building a new city for foreign investors seeking to cash in on its stellar economic growth.
Aetna is following UnitedHealthcare in passing along drug discounts to some of its consumers with job-based coverage.
Despite cries of overregulation, Wall Street bankers are taking home near-record bonuses these days.
Britain should brace for weaker economic growth if fewer immigrants come to its shores after Brexit.
Uncle Sam needs to borrow a ton of money this week even as Washington engages in a trade spat with China, its biggest foreign creditor.
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The US and China are acting tough over trade, but they're also busy talking to try to stop the situation spiraling out of control.