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Like Trump, Europe’s Populists Win Big With Rural Voters

By RICK LYMAN December 6, 2016 KULESZE KOSCIELNE, Poland — The red-tiled roofs of this tiny village cluster around the soaring steeples of St. Bartholomew Church like medieval cottages at the base of a castle, alienated from the cosmopolitan life of cities such as Warsaw by a chasm that is economic, cultural ...

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Four ways Trump could tangle with China

A Beijing news stand shows a newspaper with a photo of President-elect Donald Trump on Nov. 10, 2016. China awoke Dec. 5, to criticism from Trump on Twitter, days after it responded to his telephone call with Taiwan’s president.(Photo: Ng Han Guan, AP) When Donald Trump accepted a phone call ...

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Vowing to Squeeze Businesses, Trump Has Tactics Challenged

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ December 4, 2016 WASHINGTON — Donald Trump isn’t done taunting corporate America. After last week’s Rust Belt victory lap, where he claimed credit for persuading Carrier to keep perhaps 1,000 factory jobs in Indiana, Mr. Trump took to Twitter Sunday morning and warned of retribution for other companies contemplating ...

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Trump to Accept Inauguration Funds From Corporations and Big Donors

WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump will allow corporations and wealthy individuals to make large donations to fund the activities surrounding his inauguration, complicating his promise to eliminate special interests from influencing his government. Mr. Trump plans to ban money from registered lobbyists, whom he has purged from his transition ...

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Small Banks Cheer Trump. So, After a Pause, Do Big Ones.

Washington lobbyists, financial and policy analysts and Wall Street insiders are all trying to figure out what the Trump administration will mean for the banking industry. But Rusty Cloutier never doubted that Mr. Trump would be good for the small bank he runs in Lafayette, La. Mr. Cloutier sees in ...

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Donald Trump, After Fits and Starts, Focuses on Foreign Policy

By MARK LANDLER and MICHAEL D. SHEAR November 17, 2016 WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump embarked on one of the rituals of the American presidency on Thursday, meeting in New York with the prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, as he continued his fitful adjustment to the protocols of high-level diplomacy. “I am convinced ...

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Scientists Prepare to Fight for Their Funding Under Trump

Brendan Kelly lives about as far from Washington as you can get—Fairbanks, Alaska—but his job as a climate scientist depends on funding from the federal government. Kelly and scientists like him are watching events in the nation’s capital with a keen eye. President-elect Donald Trump has called global warming “a ...

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With Trump in Power, the Fed Gets Ready for a Reckoning

WASHINGTON — Paul A. Volcker, the Federal Reserve chairman, received an urgent warning two weeks after Ronald Reagan won the 1980 presidential election. Some of the president-elect’s advisers, he was told, wanted to abolish the central bank and replace it with a computer program that would manage interest rates and ...

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