Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Day Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Supported by ByVindu Goel Nov. 1, 2018 MUMBAI, India — When it comes to trade, it often seems that India and the United States are playing a perplexing game of multidimensional chess. On Friday, for example, India will decide whether to impose or again delay tariffs on American almonds, apples, walnuts and processed metal products in retaliation for the Trump administration’s decision in March to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Next week, President Trump and his advisers will have to decide whether to penalize India for failing to abide by his Sunday deadline for all countries to stop importing oil from Iran. “The sanctions threat and the tariffs are in many ways linked,” said Sreeram Chaulia, dean of the school of international affairs at O. P. Jindal Global University outside New Delhi. … [Read more...] about No Easy Ride for U.S.-India Trade as Trump Focuses on Harley
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByJonathan Martin Oct. 20, 2018 ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Republican leaders are increasingly worried that their candidates for governor and Senate are in political trouble across Michigan, Pennsylvania, Minnesota and other states that the party prizes, and that the difficulties could spill into House races that the G.O.P. needs to win in November to keep control of the chamber. Their concerns also extend to Democratic-leaning states like California, Illinois and Virginia, where top-of-the-ticket Republicans are running well behind in polls — allowing Democrats to focus millions of dollars of spending as well as campaign time and turnout efforts in hotly contested House districts in hopes of knocking off G.O.P. incumbents. The Republican troubles in these states reflect a confluence of factors: … [Read more...] about G.O.P. Candidates Struggling in Key Battlegrounds, With House at Stake
Photo finish: Ohio, Kansas elections too close to call Steve Peoples and Julie Carr Smyth, Associated Press August 8, 2018 Updated: August 8, 2018 8:46am Now Playing: Voters are at the polls where President Donald Trump's preferred congressional candidate — and his chief legislative achievement — are about to be tested in battleground Ohio in the season's final high-stakes special election. (August 7) Media: Associated Press WESTERVILLE, Ohio (AP) — Two high-stakes elections that tested President Donald Trump's clout and cost both parties millions of dollars were too close to call early Wednesday. Trump claimed victory in one nevertheless. Express Newsletters Get the latest news, sports and food features sent directly to your inbox. Sign up Most Popular 1 Wildfires explode into raging monster 9 times size of San Fran 2 LaHood opens up about brother’s murder in Netflix documentary 3 No redemption for LaHood foes 4 … [Read more...] about Photo finish: Ohio, Kansas elections too close to call
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by BySheryl Gay Stolberg, Thomas Kaplan and Nicholas Fandos May 22, 2018 WASHINGTON — Speaker Paul D. Ryan pledged to “run through the tape” and finish out his term when he announced last month that he would retire from Congress. But with Republicans in revolt on both his right and his left, Mr. Ryan is increasingly facing questions about whether he can manage to stumble across the finish line. Mr. Ryan’s fractious conference has always been a management headache for him. But now moderates and conservatives are engaged in open warfare over one of the toughest issues before Congress — immigration — and the speaker is stuck in the middle, with no clear path forward. His colleagues know he will be gone in eight months, which is diminishing his leverage. Mr. Ryan, of Wisconsin, also … [Read more...] about Paul Ryan’s Hold on Speaker’s Job Is Tested by G.O.P. Infighting