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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.
Trade tensions are brewing between the US and China, the world's two largest economies. Each side is poised to slap tariffs on the other, which could embroil the US economy.
Wall Street shouldn't be caught off guard by Trump's tough stance on trade. He's been talking about this for decades.
McKinley County, New Mexico, has the nation's highest rate of Medicaid enrollment. People there say it is vital to battle daunting economic and public health challenges.
In a victory for the little guy, the $1.3 trillion spending bill, which President Trump signed into law on Friday, includes a section that makes clear employers may not pocket any portion of tips left for workers.
Chinese ambassador to US won't rule out China cutting back on purchases of US Treasuries during a trade war.
The prospect of a US-China trade war and more rate hikes from the Federal Reserve are raising worries about the economic cycle.
President Trump's U.S. Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer, has kept a low profile while gaining more authority over Trump's broad trade agenda.
The United States and China have fired the dramatic opening shots of what could become a trade war. But it's what happens next that matters most.