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Tariff Impact Colors a Key House Race in Boeing Country

AUBURN, Wash. — President Trump likes to keep negotiating partners on their toes. But workers like Charles Cesmat have been just as unnerved by the president’s recent moves on trade. Mr. Cesmat is a parts manager at a Boeing plant in Renton, Wash., just south of Seattle. One of every ...

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Cambridge Analytica to File for Bankruptcy After Misuse of Facebook Data

Cambridge Analytica to File for Bankruptcy After Misuse of Facebook Data Image Cambridge Analytica’s offices in London in March. The firm became embroiled in a data harvesting scandal on Facebook that compromised the personal information of up to 87 million people.CreditAndy Rain/EPA, via Shutterstock The embattled political consulting firm Cambridge ...

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Europe Is Annoyed, Not Grateful, After Trump Delays Tariffs

Europe Is Annoyed, Not Grateful, After Trump Delays Tariffs Image The furnace at the steel producer Salzgitter AG in Germany. The Europeans say they will discuss the Trump administration’s concerns only after the bloc receives a permanent, unconditional exemption from the tariffs.CreditMarkus Schreiber/Associated Press FRANKFURT — American allies did not ...

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White House Delays Tariffs on E.U., Canada and Mexico for 30 Days

A Volkswagen factory in Germany. The European Union has held firm to its insistence that the trade measures violate international trading law. Alexander Koerner/Getty Images WASHINGTON — The Trump administration said on Monday that it would delay a decision to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on the European Union, Canada ...

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‘Mexico First’ Campaign Could End Welcome for U.S. Oil Giants

A Petróleos Mexicanos refinery in Tula, north of Mexico City. The leading presidential candidate has proposed building two refineries to process crude oil for domestic consumption, a move that would reduce imports of American gasoline. Alejandro Cegarra/Bloomberg HOUSTON — As President Trump moves to recast trade and border relations with ...

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Mulvaney, Watchdog Agency’s Leader, Advises Bankers on Ways to Curtail It

Mick Mulvaney, the interim director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, last week in Washington. He told banking executives and lobbyists on Tuesday that trying to sway legislators with campaign contributions was one of the “fundamental underpinnings of our representative democracy.” Manuel Balce Ceneta/Associated Press WASHINGTON — Mick Mulvaney, the ...

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