Senator Tom Cotton said U.S. farmers and consumers who feel the pinch of President Donald Trump's trade war with China should consider the "sacrifices" made by soldiers fighting abroad or buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
"The perception that China cannot bear it is a fantasy and misjudgment," an op-ed in The Global Times argued.
"I'm so amused by people who come up to me and say: 'You used to be a Republican and I used to support your views,'" Joe Scarborough said. "I say: 'Well, my views haven't changed."
Goldman Sachs said rather than Chinese exporters lowering their prices to stay competitive in the U.S. market, other producers have increased prices to benefit from the trade war.
Wei Jianguo said the U.S. will face "problems of a historic nature" if it does not change course.
"In fact, both sides will pay in these things," National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow argued.
"Precisely the sort of economic wisdom you'd expect," George Conway tweeted.
Oxford Economics estimated the tariffs could cost the economy U.S. $62 billion in economic output by next year if China retaliates.
The U.S. raised tariffs from 10 percent to 25 percent on $200 billion of Chinese goods on Friday, prompting a vow from China to implement retaliatory measures.
A child defecting from North Korea to meet her parents, who had already escaped Kim Jong Un's regime, was equipped with a GPS tracking device.
President Donald Trump raised the tariff on $200 billion of imports from China amid frustrated trade talks between Washington and Beijing.
As Donald Trump defended his "art of the deal" persona amid reports he lost $1 billion during his business heyday, the celebrity businessman-turned-politician also faced major diplomatic troubles.
Congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard said her constituents in Hawaii are particularly concerned about North Korea's capabilities.
Iran said it would remain "committed to the framework" of the 2015 nuclear deal that the U.S. abandoned one year ago.
The Department of Energy have announced a $600 million contract with Cray Inc. to build the supercomputer.
The president is escalating his trade war with China and says he will raise tariffs, but farmers under pressure are voicing concerns, according to Republican senators.
White House national security adviser John Bolton has made no secret of his desire for regime change in Iran and Venezuela, two nations he's hinted could face U.S. military action.
An editorial argued that China did not "have to be swayed by the whining" of the international community.
"It is simply absurd and utterly unacceptable to look at China-U.S. relations from a clash-of-civilizations or even racist perspective," a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said.
Trump's tweets catalyzed a decrease in the yuan's value, significant drops in the three major U.S. stock indicies and a decline in oil prices.
Economic analysts, including the White House's own adviser, appeared baffled by President Donald Trump's China tariff claim Sunday that China — and not U.S. companies — are paying billions in tariff costs.
The White House said President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin had a "very positive" conversation as tensions between their countries reached a historic high.
Clinton hypothetically questioned why China shouldn't find Trump's tax returns, mirroring the president's appeal to Russia to find Clinton's deleted emails.
"We should not single out one race, this is racial profiling, it is illegal, it is immoral, and it's certainly against American values," a foreign policy expert told Newsweek.
Senator Mitt Romney warned presidential candidate Joe Biden that his soft views on China's threat "will not age well."
Syria, itself the target of U.S. intervention, warned, "The failure of the coup attempt represents a strong blow to the American administration and an abject failure for its policies."
White House national security adviser John Bolton praised the head of U.S. Southern Command, who said troops were "on the balls of our feet" to take action in Venezuela.
"It's sad, but most people can't even tell you what the word 'dementia' means," said Dr. John DenBoer.
"Are we gonna be a hemisphere dominated by China, Russia and dictators?" GOP Representative Adam Kinzinger asked. "Or are we going to be a hemisphere dominated by freedom and democracy?"