Sunday President Donald Trump promised a big trade deal for post-Brexit Britain to Boris Johnson and praised the new prime minister as the right man to take Britain out of the European Union.
The IRS is warning more than 10,000 holders of cryptocurrency that they may be subject to penalties for skirting taxes on their virtual investments.
The Democratic presidential candidates’ costly plans for universal health care dominated the Detroit debates — but their plans for tackling the costs of higher education are every bit as ambitious, and controversial, even if they don’t prompt the same on-stage fireworks as the “Medicare-for-all” divide.
President Donald Trump defended his use of tariffs in several tweets Friday morning, saying they have allowed his administration to carve out better trade deals.
Three Iranian vessels tried to block a British-owned tanker passing through the Strait of Hormuz, but backed off when confronted by a Royal Navy warship, Britain said on Thursday.
Transport companies are being asked to bid to provide extra freight capacity to be used in the event of a no-deal Brexit on 31 October. The hurried ferry procurement process as the UK prepared to leave the EU on 29 March cost taxpayers more than £85m.
Tuesday on Twitter, Donald Trump accused Europe of devaluing the euro zone’s single currency and also targeted U.S. monetary policy with renewed attacks on the U.S. central bank.
California Gov. Newsom reminds Nike his state is ‘open for business’ after Arizona pulled incentives over flag
Who buys Nike anyway? They’re too damn high. Tuesday Californication Governor Newsom praised Nike for scrapping a sneaker release that featured a Betsy Ross flag and said his state was “open for business” following the controversy in Arizona.