On CNN Sunday morning, Trump's top economic adviser tries to pull one over on Brianna Keilar by telling her all the world leaders agree with Trump on China, she has everything out of context, and tape she rolled of the meeting didn't actually happen.
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has an opportunity to address her trade credibility problem by asking President Obama to withdraw the Trans-Pacific Partnership from consideration by Congress.
Our country’s “free trade” agreements have followed a framework of trading away our democracy and middle-class prosperity in exchange for letting the biggest corporations dominate.
Look at Bernie Sanders' surprise 20-point comeback in this week's Michigan primary. With primaries coming soon in the Rust Belt and the South, will Sanders' trade appeal resonate again?
"More trade is always good." Is that really right? Do our current international trade policies as applied under our current economic order a good thing or a bad thing for We the People of the United States?
The March trade numbers show that our economy can create a lot of jobs. But thanks to our trade policies, we created them somewhere else.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and author Thomas Piketty sat down with the HuffPo's Ryan Grimm for a nearly hour-long interview to discuss a range of topics including income inequality, labor unions and climate change.
The Trans Pacific Trade Agreement is worse than NAFTA. When you hear anyone from the big multinationals or Wall Street using the word "reform," watch out! The way they use the word, it means give them more and We, the People get less. They
From Current TV this Tuesday -- Bernie Sanders suggests ways to boost the US economy and reform campaign finance: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and “Viewpoint” host Eliot Spitzer consider what the U.S. can learn from the rejection of austerity
Greeks protest austerity measures, October 19 (RT Television) This week was a sharp reminder that the ancient ideal of democracy is just as threatened -- and to some, just as threatening -- as it's ever been. In government offices in Athens,
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