President Trump is test-driving a new message on the economy: Any chance of a recession is not his fault. But Democrats seem to be saying "not so fast."
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China says hopes U.S. stops wrong tariff action, vows to retaliate if new levies imposed
China said on Thursday it hopes the United States will stop its wrong tariff action, adding that any new tariffs would lead to escalation.
France's Macron tells Johnson: not enough time for a new Brexit deal
French President Emmanuel Macron firmly told Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday that there was not enough time to negotiate a wholly new Brexit divorce deal.
Stocks edge down as investors crave clarity on Fed stance
Share markets slipped on Thursday as uncertainty over the outlook for U.S. interest rate cuts left investors on edge, with the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting exposing rifts over its recent easing.
An African American mother and daughter journey to their family's past in Ghana
Halfway across the Atlantic Ocean, the plane carrying Tani Sanchez and her daughter Tani Sylvester on a heritage tour to Ghana crossed paths with a powerful storm.
The sky never goes dark while the Amazon burns
There are no lights in sight but the night sky glows a dusky yellow, for the Amazon is burning.
South Korea to scrap intelligence-sharing pact with Japan amid history feud
South Korea said on Thursday it will scrap an intelligence-sharing pact with Japan, a decision that could escalate a dispute over history and trade and undercut security cooperation on North Korea.
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