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U.S., Canada Cast Doubt on Reaching a Nafta Deal by Friday

U.S., Canada Cast Doubt on Reaching a Nafta Deal by Friday

U.S. and Canadian officials cast doubts about their ability to complete a deal on a revised North American Free Trade Agreement by a Friday deadline set by the Trump administration, with Canada’s chief negotiator saying the sides ‘are not there yet.’

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Ford Scraps Plan to Import China-Built Small Car Due to Tariffs

Ford Scraps Plan to Import China-Built Small Car Due to Tariffs

Ford has ditched plans to import its Focus compact from China to the U.S., citing an expected hit from import tariffs the Trump administration put into effect.

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John McCain Lies in State at U.S. Capitol

John McCain Lies in State at U.S. Capitol

Sen. John McCain is lying in state at the U.S. Capitol, one of just over two dozen government officials and military officers to be honored in the seat of the U.S. government after their deaths.

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Atlanta’s Growing Pains Are Getting Worse

Atlanta’s Growing Pains Are Getting Worse

The gentrification debate in Atlanta has been focused to a large extent on the BeltLine, Atlanta’s trail project that follows rail corridors in a 22-mile loop around the city.

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LinkedIn battles China’s effort to recruit spies in US

LinkedIn battles China’s effort to recruit spies in US

Microsoft-owned platform warned by Washington of ‘super-aggressive’ Beijing campaign

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Germany’s racial tensions spill on to the streets of Chemnitz

Germany’s racial tensions spill on to the streets of Chemnitz

Series of demonstrations have gripped the city after a murder blamed on asylum seekers

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China’s Muslim Crackdown Extends to Those Living Abroad

China’s Muslim Crackdown Extends to Those Living Abroad

Chinese Uighurs living overseas have become a focus of one of government’s largest mass incarcerations in decades. Beijing is concerned that radical Islamic militants are behind a sporadically violent Uighur separatist movement in Xinjiang.

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Ford Scraps Plan to Import China-Built Small Car Due to Tariff Cost

Ford Scraps Plan to Import China-Built Small Car Due to Tariff Cost

Ford Motor Co. has ditched plans to import its Focus compact car from China to the U.S. starting next year, citing an expected hit from import tariffs the Trump administration put into effect in July.

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To Counter China, U.S. Looks to Invest Billions More Overseas

To Counter China, U.S. Looks to Invest Billions More Overseas

Congress plans to enact a measure to boost the U.S.’s role in international development as a counterweight to China’s growing involvement in infrastructure projects around the world.

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Elon Musk Faces His Own Worst Enemy

Elon Musk Faces His Own Worst Enemy

The visionary entrepreneur seeks to ferry mankind to Mars and investors to prosperity. His ego may be all that stands in the way.

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Coke Attacks Starbucks With $5.1 Billion Coffee Deal

Coke Attacks Starbucks With $5.1 Billion Coffee Deal

Coca-Cola said it would buy British coffee-shop chain Costa for $5.1 billion, diversifying further from its soft-drink roots and marking the latest bet by a major consumer-goods company on coffee.

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The Impeached President

The Impeached President

Ken Starr led the investigation that almost brought down Bill Clinton. Now he tells his side of the story—-and sees lessons for today.

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U.S., Canada Rush to Hash Out Nafta Compromise

U.S., Canada Rush to Hash Out Nafta Compromise

U.S. and Canada officials remained apart on key points of contention in talks over a revised North American Free Trade Agreement as they gathered for a fourth straight day to meet a White House-imposed deadline.

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The Impeached President

The Impeached President

Ken Starr led the investigation that almost brought down Bill Clinton. Now he tells his side of the story—-and sees lessons for today.

Published 1 month ago