Trump Postpones Steel Tariff Decision for EU, Other U.S. Allies

Updated April 30, 2018 7:56 p.m. ET President Donald Trump has decided to postpone decisions about imposing steel and aluminum tariffs on the European Union and other U.S. allies until June 1, a senior administration official said. In addition to announcing the delay, the White House is expected to say Monday evening that it has…

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Netanyahu Says Secret Files Prove Iran Lied About Nuclear Program

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a broadside to the Iran nuclear deal ahead of a deadline for the U.S. to decide on whether to withdraw, presenting what he called new evidence that Iran maintained a secret plan to build nuclear weapons but repeatedly lied about it. Mr. Netanyahu’s Monday allegations, broadcast in Israel and…

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Donald Trump: U.S. Weighing Singapore, Korean ‘DMZ’ for Kim Summit

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump said Monday he was considering Singapore and the demilitarized zone on the Korean Peninsula as the site for his summit with Kim Jong Un, signaling a debate inside the White House over whether to hold the high-profile meeting in a neutral location or on the doorstep of the North Korean leader. Mr.…

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‘I Have Faith’: Central American Migrants Wait to Apply for U.S. Asylum

TIJUANA, Mexico—Nearly 200 Central American migrants planning to ask for asylum in the United States were turned away by U.S. border officials for a second time Monday, after spending Sunday night at a makeshift migrant encampment here. Members of the caravan of migrants were initially rejected by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials Sunday afternoon,…

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Justice Department Urges Alternative Remedies in AT&T-Time Warner Merger

WASHINGTON—In a twist during closing arguments of a six-week trial, the Justice Department urged the judge in the AT&T Inc. merger case to consider “alternative” remedies if he decides not to block the planned acquisition of Time Warner Inc. outright. The move Monday came after months of legal maneuvering in the biggest antitrust case of…

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The Airport Lounge, Once a Refuge, Is a Total Zoo

Dustin Scott didn’t mind a six-hour layover in Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport. The 30-year-old was looking forward to using an airport lounge, courtesy of his Sapphire Reserve credit card. What he envisioned: a quiet space where he could relax and eat free before boarding his flight to Ukraine. What he found: A packed room with no available…

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Amazon Is Taking Over the World? Not in Europe

Amazon.com Inc. might look like it’s taking over the world. But it hasn’t conquered Europe. Two decades after the internet behemoth’s first international foray into the region, it’s still working to gain traction selling apparel and footwear. That weakness in a major, growing market illustrates Amazon’s challenge as it expands abroad and tries to replicate…

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