U.S. removes some Chinese furniture, modems from planned 10% tariffs
Maryland's crab processing industry just lost nearly half its workforce--because it didn't get visas for Mexican workers who come north each year to do the job.
Among other things, there's a "colony of ants living in chief of staff John Kelly's office."
Across the Midwest, growing numbers of grain farmers are choosing to shed their machinery and find renters for their land, all to stem the financial strain on their families, a dozen leading farm-equipment auction houses told Reuters.
“Apparent progress on trade turned to greater uncertainty, and our contacts in business and agriculture reported heightened concerns over trade developments,” Powell said, noting that business investment “seems to have slowed notably” in recent months.