Is this the end of globalization?
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Adam Posen, president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, thinks it could be. Plus: Rising gas prices cut into the earnings of gig drivers.
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Adam Posen of the Peterson Institute says that could lead to less varied, costlier goods and a more divided and politically uncertain world.
A new trade deal with the U.K. will erase Trump-era tariffs on steel and aluminum imported into the U.S., and motorcycles and whiskey exported to the U.K.
Countries and international organizations want people to know about the foreign aid they provide.
A survey found more than half of drivers have either reduced their hours or quit in response to rising fuel costs.
Housing vouchers can change recipients' lives but often come after years of waiting.
When the golden arches opened, Russians marveled at how it differed from local restaurants: friendly service and plastic packaging.