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Trump's New Trade Decision: Impose Tariffs on Imported Cars?

NYC Go-Go Dancer Matthew Camp, Others Talk About OnlyFans for the New York Times

By Tom Krisher and Paul Wiseman |
By Sunday, Trump's Commerce Department is expected to issue an opinion on whether auto imports endanger U.S. national security enough to justify such import taxes. Trump would...

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Gone in A New York Minute: How the Amazon Deal Fell Apart

Gone in A New York Minute: How the Amazon Deal Fell Apart

Feb 16
What they didn't expect was the protests, the hostile public hearings and the disparaging tweets that would come in the next three months, eventually leading to Amazon's dramatic Valentine's Day breakup with New York.

Amazon's Stormy Week Will Blow Over, but the Debris May Stay

Amazon's Stormy Week Will Blow Over, but the Debris May Stay

By Rachel Lerman and Mae Anderson | Feb 16
It's been a complicated few weeks for Amazon, what with its abrupt pullout from a massive New York City development, extortion claims related to intimate photos taken by its founder Jeff Bezos and increasing antitrust scrutiny in Europe.

Make El Chapo Pay for A Border Wall? Don't Count On It

Make El Chapo Pay for A Border Wall? Don't Count On It

By Tom Hays | Feb 16
Why not take some of the Mexican drug lord's billions in ill-gotten gains and make him pay for a border wall? That may be a tall order, especially since federal officials can't say for sure how much Joaquin Guzman may still have, or how to get hold of it.

AP Interview: Philippine Journalist Sees Threat to Democracy

AP Interview: Philippine Journalist Sees Threat to Democracy

By Kiko Rosario and Vicente Gonzales | Feb 16
The head of a Philippine online news site who was arrested on a libel complaint accused President Rodrigo Duterte's administration of acting like a dictatorship and using the law as a weapon to muzzle dissent.

Fentanyl Deaths from 'Mexican Oxy' Pills Hit Arizona Hard

Fentanyl Deaths from 'Mexican Oxy' Pills Hit Arizona Hard

By Anita Snow | Feb 16
Aaron Francisco Chavez swallowed at least one of the sky blue pills at a Halloween party before falling asleep forever. He became yet another victim killed by a flood of illicit fentanyl smuggled from Mexico into the Southwest.

Q&A: Should Anyone Worry About A $22 Trillion National Debt?

Q&A: Should Anyone Worry About A $22 Trillion National Debt?

By Martin Crutsinger | Feb 16
As a presidential candidate, Trump had assailed the $1 trillion annual deficits under President Barack Obama and had said that as president he could wipe out all the debt. Now, Trump is projecting that his own annual deficits will top $1 trillion.

Illinois Set to Hike Minimum Wage to $15, Highest in Midwest

Illinois Set to Hike Minimum Wage to $15, Highest in Midwest

By John O'Connor | Feb 16
Illinois legislators moved quickly Thursday to deliver one of new Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker's top campaign promises, a gradual hike in the statewide minimum wage from $8.25 to $15 an hour.

White House Scrambles to Find Pots of Money to Use for Wall

White House Scrambles to Find Pots of Money to Use for Wall

By Lolita Baldour | Feb 15
If President Donald Trump declares an emergency to build the wall with Mexico, he still needs money to pay for it. And shifting money from other accounts to deliver the $5.7 billion he wants is not without political problems.

Trump's New Trade Decision: Impose Tariffs on Imported Cars?

Trump's New Trade Decision: Impose Tariffs on Imported Cars?

By Tom Krisher and Paul Wiseman | Feb 15
By Sunday, Trump's Commerce Department is expected to issue an opinion on whether auto imports endanger U.S. national security enough to justify such import taxes. Trump would then have 90 days to decide whether to impose them.

Congress Urged to Fully Open Banks to Marijuana Industry

Congress Urged to Fully Open Banks to Marijuana Industry

By Michael R. Blood | Feb 15
Bank officials and others urged Congress on Wednesday to fully open the doors of the U.S. banking system to the legal marijuana industry, a change that supporters say would reduce crime risks and resolve a litany of challenges for cannabis companies.

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