German Businesses Fear Fallout From Trump-Merkel Discord

German Businesses Fear Fallout From Trump-Merkel Discord

A dozen large companies including oil major BP, agrochemical giant DuPont, Google, Intel and Microsoft, have also urged Trump to remain part of the deal. Will this put pressure on German automakers who manufacture cars in the U.S.? China and Europe took the lead Thursday on forging on with the Paris climate accord, as fears grew US President Donald Trump would pull Washington out of the landmark deal.

Mayors to Trump: We'll enforce Paris accord without you

The Democratic governors' new pact commits to that same goal, which requires a 26 to 28 percent reduction in emissions from 2005 levels. "We make clear that if we want to limit warming to 2 °C, we need to do more and we need continued effort past 2030", said Erwan Monier, co-author of the study and principal research scientist at the university's department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences.

Putin: Blaming Russia For Interfering In Election Is 'Like Anti-Semitism'

In addition to Kelly's exclusive interview, earlier today , in a panel interview moderated by Kelly at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Putin again denied that Russian Federation interfered in last year's USA election, joking to Kelly that even her "underage daughter" could have been behind the hacking .

Trump sees job gains in Paris exit. Trade wars could erase them

Supporting the pro-pullout side was one estimate saying $3 trillion in gross domestic product and 6.5 million in jobs will be lost over the next quarter century - numbers Trump also mentioned in the Rose Garden ceremony without noting the extended timeline.

House gives final OK to its budget; talks with Senate next

Legislators also will consider amendments. The House tax package would cost only about a third of the Senate's $1 billion-plus in tax breaks through mid-2019. Trump's chief economic advisor, Gary Cohn , told Fox Business News on Friday the administration will deliver a tax plan to Congress after the August recess.

World erupts in resounding criticism over Trump climate pact exit

World erupts in resounding criticism over Trump climate pact exit

In November 2014, the two leaders met in Beijing to announce they were committed to mitigating climate change and reaching a successful conclusion in Paris . On Thursday, Vox editor-in-chief Ezra Klein wrote that historians will "look back on the 2016 campaign in horror" when they compare the intense focus on Hillary Clinton's emails to the lack of attention to climate change.