U.S. and Europe will suspend tariffs on wine, food and airplanes.The governments agreed to temporarily suspend tariffs on billions of dollars of products as they search for a settlement to a long-running clash over subsidies given to Airbus and Boeing. Saudi Arabia rejects US report on Khashoggi killingThe Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Friday said it rejects a report released by the Biden administration that concluded Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the killing of U.S.-based journalist and Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi. 6 books, nix books: Dr. Seuss works halted for racist imagesThe business that preserves and protects Dr. Seuss’ legacy has announced it will stop publishing six titles because of racist and insensitive imagery Police uncover ‘possible plot’ by militia to breach CapitolThe revelation was detailed in a statement from the Capitol Police. It comes at the same time the acting police chief is testifying before a House subcommittee. International travel restart date to be later than 17 MayRobert Courts says international restart will be ‘at some point after 17 May’ U.S., UK suspend tariffs and seek aircraft row resolutionThe United States agreed a four-month suspension of retaliatory tariffs imposed on British goods such as Scotch whisky over a long-running aircraft subsidy row, with both sides pledging to use the time to resolve the dispute. U.S. conducts air strikes against Iranian-backed militia in SyriaA U.S. official said the strikes were meant to send a signal that while the United States wanted to punish the militias, it did not want the situation to spiral into a bigger conflict. Impeachment, Vaccines, Valentine’s Day: Your Weekend BriefingHere’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories. Alexei Navalny: US sanctions Russian officials over nerve-agent attackWashington targeted seven mid-level and senior Russian officials along with more than a dozen government entities. Trump has been vaccinated for coronavirusFormer President Trump and former first lady Melania Trump both received coronavirus vaccines in January, an adviser confirmed to The Hill on Monday.