President Donald Trump, energized by the new border deal with Mexico, made it clear Monday that tariffs are a key weapon in his arsenal as he moves forward with trade talks with China and other countries.

President Donald Trump said Friday that Mexico may be able to avert tariffs on its goods by purchasing American agricultural products.

How are towns on the U.S. & Mexico border reacting to the ongoing trade tensions between both countries. Our Contessa Brewer is on the border at Pharr, Texas with more.

BMW opens up its first Mexican plant even as tensions between the U.S. and Mexico remain far from resolved. Our Phil LeBeau is at that plant with the latest.

There’s a new report that says average vehicle prices are at an all-time high. With this news plus the U.S. tariff tensions with both China and Mexico, we take a look at the state of the auto industry. Michelle Krebs, an executive analyst at Cox Automotive, joins us with this discussion.

Is there any progress between the U.S. and Mexico regarding their ongoing tariff dispute? We speak with Kayla Tausche who’s at the White House with an update.

The tariff threat against Mexico may cost consumers where they least expected…their automobile insurance coverage. Contessa Brewer explains.

Chipotle Mexican Grill said its 2019 costs could rise by about $15 million this year if President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs on Mexican imports are enacted, and that could mean price increases.

If the Mexican tariffs goes in effect, cars and trucks in the automobile sector will be greatly impacted. Phil LeBeau breaks down the numbers for us.

Companies that transport goods such as the railroad and trucking business will be greatly affected by the threatening Mexican tariffs. Frank Holland has more for us.

How is China reacting to the U.S. tariff threat to Mexico? Eunice Yoon reports from Beijing as China is watching very closely on what’s going on in the latest dispute between the U.S. and Mexico.

Stocks post their first monthly decline of the year after the White House threatens to impose new tariffs on Mexico. Kayla Tausche reports.

U.S. business groups are considering suing the White House over the Trump administration’s new tariffs on Mexican imports.

President Donald Trump’s surprise vow to slap new tariffs on Mexican goods has an unintended consequence: it further undermines the chance of a trade resolution with China.

A handful of U.S. states — including some that will play big roles in the 2020 election — will feel the brunt of the pain from President Donald Trump’s new tariffs on imports from Mexico.