NEW YORK (AP) — British Prime Minister David Cameron has made a stop at New York University to take questions from college students and faculty about everything from the Syrian conflict to Scottish independence.Cameron highlighted the "special relationship" that the U.S. and Britain enjoy in his brief opening remarks Thursday during a questions-answer session at the school's Manhattan campus.He says his country should be increasing trade with its traditional partners like the U.S.Cameron visited the New York Stock Exchange and the 9/11 memorial at the World Trade Center earlier in the day.The prime minister arrived in the U.S. on Tuesday. His trip has included a college basketball game with President Barack Obama and a state dinner at the White House.He's expected to return to Britain on Thursday night.