Merkel Warns New Auto Tariffs Could Start A Trade War
The German Chancellor warned President Donald Trump not to follow through on his threat to implement a 20 percent tariff on cars from Europe.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is warning President Donald Trump not to implement tariffs on car imports.
The World Trade Organization is also keeping a close eye on the global exchange of goods. A new report on the state of trade among G20 countries said "the increase in trade-restrictive measures" and "increasing trade tensions ... should be of real concern to the international community."
A look inside a suspected Chinese police outpost in the US
Scripps News investigates a suspected Chinese police facility in New York.By Scripps News
Biden to host Netherlands PM for talks on tech, Ukraine
Talks are expected to cover the Russia-Ukraine war, U.S. efforts to thwart Chinese tech imports, and an upcoming Democracy summit.By Susan Walsh / AP
Migration was the main topic during US, Mexico, Canada summit
During the two-day summit, North American leaders discussed everything from border policy to domestic manufacturing.By AP
Virginia school where boy shot teacher reopens with added security
Richneck Elementary School in Newport News opened its doors more than three weeks after a 6-year-old shot his teacher.By Denise Lavoie / AP
Suicide bomber kills 47, wounds over 150 at Pakistan mosque
The Pakistani Taliban, also known as Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan or TTP, claimed responsibility for the attack in the northwestern city of Peshawar.By Muhammad Sajjad / AP
US Air Force general warns of potential war with China in 2025
In a leaked memo, U.S. Air Force Gen. Mike Minihan said "my gut tells me we will fight in 2025."By Johnson Lai / AP