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General Mark A. Milley, Outgoing Joint Chiefs Chairman, Has Said It Is an Inappropriate Idea for the Military To Enter…
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The Loser President Failed to Re-Ignite the Manufacturing Sector. And No, the Corporate Tax Cut Didn’t Work Either.
Pelosi Forced Revisions in the USMC Agreement to Strengthen Workers’ Rights, Lost Effort to Hold Facebook Accountable for Distributing Russian Propaganda
Despite Tariffs, the U.S. Trade Deficit Continues Rising
Whatever Trump’s Deal Says, It’s Not Clear What Mexico Is Doing or Whether It’s Working
Pats on Backs All Around, But We Take a Closer Look at What’s In the Fine Print
The writing’s on the wall: Donald Trump’s plan to slap Mexican imports with a 20% tariff—and then to use that money to pay for his border wall—makes no economic sense at all. The worst part? Americans will be paying for it with higher prices on food and manufactured goods.