Legacy Topic: World
Your Brexit questions, answered
The United Kingdom is supposed to leave the European Union on March 29. What does this mean for the U.S.?
Some companies find their brand names already claimed in China
The practice of third parties snapping up brand names concerns foreign firms.
Harry and Meghan in the spotlight as royal baby awaited
What role for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after their child is born?
U.S. sanctions will be a challenge for Cuba’s economy
Provisions of a 1996 U.S. law cracking down on Cuba will be fully implemented on Thursday.
Surviving Brexit, one seed at a time
In response to anxieties, Paolo Arrigo of Franchi Seeds is selling Brexit "survival kits." They're a hit.
USMCA hurdles not all to do with U.S. politics
Mexico needs to pass promised labor reforms to boost the independence of its unions. Its lower house has already passed a bill that its Senate is expected to take up shortly. But passing these reforms likely won’t not be enough to convince Democrats and U.S. labor unions to support the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement on trade. They say they […]
Three months after the shutdown, some workers still feel its effects
"There's still that insecurity. You want the cash on hand," said government contractor Sunny Blaylock.
H-2A visas: A primer
The U.S. government issued a record 240,000 H-2A work visas last fiscal year. Farmers employ temporary workers from Mexico, Central American nations and other countries to plant, maintain and harvest their crops.
Iran sanctions: What will become of oil prices?
Traders are concerned about supply.
What washing machine prices tell us about the impact of tariffs
The cost of tariffs put on the appliances last year was passed on to U.S. consumers, according to new research.