The president has long complained that the European Union is taking advantage of the U.S., and said at Davos that the bloc will be forced to accept a new trading relationship.
"In the world of politics, all things affect each other," Iran's foreign ministry spokesperson said Sunday.
"Essentially they colluded with Hitler. This is clear from documents, archival documents," Putin told Russian defense leaders at a meeting earlier this week.
"This is a direct tax on the American people," trade economist Tori Smith, of the conservative Heritage Foundation, warned.
An expert told Newsweek: "This year's growth was slower than last year's. That's a glimmer of good news, but we need emissions to drop, not rise."
The president has publicly antagonized America's European Union allies, even describing the bloc as a "foe."
"The public needs to know the global implications of such actions," a scientist told "Newsweek."
Although the vote today takes place in the British House of Commons, it could have ramifications of key issues concerning the White House and average Americans.
The United States is set to impose $7.5 billion in new tariffs on range of goods from the European Union (EU), including Scotch whisky.
The man suffered a range of delusions, including that his relatives wanted to kill him with a missile.
The columnist's comments came under fire from England's former chief prosecutor, who said police should speak to him.
The U.K.'s Supreme Court ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's prorogation of parliament over Brexit was unlawful.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has lost his majority in the House of Commons, but is pushing ahead with no-deal Brexit plans despite widespread parliamentary opposition.
The British prime minister has been condemned by all sides of the political divide and accused of trying to force through Brexit with no deal by sidelining Parliament.
Bloomberg reported that while America's trade deficit with the E.U.was just 18.7 billion euros a decade ago, it was 75 billion euros, or $83 billion, in the first half of 2019.
Ursula von der Leyen, Germany's defense minister, is nominated to become president of the European Commission, which is negotiating with President Donald Trump over trade.
An attempt by the European Union to keep Iran in compliance with a 2015 nuclear deal may have fallen short.
Matteo Salvini, the far-right interior minister of Italy, said the migrants and refugees aboard the Sea-Watch 3 ship should go to The Netherlands and Germany instead.
A Fox News panel expressed fears President Donald Trump may inflame "leave" Brexit and anti-NATO sentiment during his U.K. visit.
"In short, we have to work together rather than alone," the German chancellor told Harvard alumni.
Conservative Party Member of Parliament Jacob Rees-Mogg called on Britain to frustrate the European Union if Brexit is long delayed, after Prime Minister Theresa May requested another deadline extension.
As Brexit drags endlessly on, with Prime Minister Theresa May quitting if she succeeds and staying if she fails to pass a Brexit deal, Britons don't even find it darkly funny anymore.
Russia's top diplomat described the NATO alliance as a bully working to spread its influence across the Balkans.
The European Union's move will place stricter controls on bank transactions with Saudi Arabia.
"I find it shocking that, in such a short time, he has managed to rip apart a relationship that has taken decades to build," said former German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel.
The 28-country bloc will join the U.S., Canada and Australia in opposition to Nicolás Maduro.
The referendum was "manipulated from the exterior by a lot of what we call fake news," the French president said, arguing that "everything and anything was said."