Revisiting Nafta: The Stakes for Key Industries
New York Times
A woman carrying goods across the Paso del Norte International Bridge connecting El Paso and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, in March. Credit Ivan Pierre Aguirre for The New York Times. President Trump may not be terminating the North American Free Trade ...
Top Pentagon watchdog launches investigation into money that Michael Flynn received from foreign groups
The Pentagon's top watchdog has launched an investigation into money that former national security adviser and retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn received from foreign groups and whether he failed to obtain proper approval to do so, lawmakers and ...
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Trump tax plan would hit blue states hardest
President Trump's plan to overhaul the federal tax code threatens to fall disproportionately on residents of liberal-leaning states, a short-term boost for state governments that could turn into a long-term drag. Most states have tied their tax codes ...
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United and man dragged from flight reach 'amicable' settlement
Lawyers for David Dao, the Kentucky man who was violently removed from a flight for refusing to give up his seat earlier this month, said Thursday that they have reached a confidential settlement with United Airlines. “Dr. Dao has become the unintended ...
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