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On Trump’s Syria Strategy, One Voice Is Missing: Trump’s

WASHINGTON — In the days since President Trump ordered a cruise missile strike against Syria in retaliation for a chemical attack on civilians, his administration has spoken with multiple voices as it seeks to explain its evolving policy. But one voice has not been heard from: that of Mr. Trump ...

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Trump’s Trying to Chainsaw Nearly Every Environmental Program

As expected, President Trump’s proposed federal budget delivers a wind-sucking gut-punch to the Environmental Protection Agency. If the president has his way, the regulatory agency will lose nearly one-third of its 2016 budget of $ 8.1 billion, mostly through deep cuts to climate, clean air, and environmental restoration programs like Superfund. ...

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Asian Tech Titans Take a Page From Trump’s Book

By PAUL MOZUR February 12, 2017 HONG KONG — In his book on deal making, President Trump offered a key piece of advice on getting what you want: Promise big. “I play to people’s fantasies,” he said in 1987’s “The Art of the Deal.” “People want to believe that something is the ...

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Trump’s Travel Ban Hits Close to Home for Corporate Travelers

Mark A. Boyer, executive director of the International Studies Association, would ordinarily spend this week pulling together the final details for his group’s annual convention, which usually draws about 6,500 social scientists and academics and kicks off in two weeks in Baltimore. But this is not an ordinary year. The ...

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State Dept. Dissent Cable on Trump’s Ban Draws 1,000 Signatures

By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN January 31, 2017 NAIROBI, Kenya — It started out in Washington. Then it went to Jakarta. Then across Africa. One version even showed up on Facebook. Within hours, a State Department dissent cable, asserting that President Trump’s executive order to temporarily bar citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries would not ...

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Doctors and Patients Reel After Trump’s Immigration Ban

Azi Tourkamani is eight months pregnant and working 12-hour shifts at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse, New York. She’s a resident doctor in internal medicine. Most days she has so many patients she doesn’t have time to stop and eat lunch; she eats as she walks from floor to floor ...

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One Certainty of Trump’s Wall: Big Money

It was the border wall that didn’t get built. In 2006, Boeing and a team of other companies won a federal contract to construct a wall to protect the United States border with Mexico, which stretches roughly 2,000 miles, from California to Texas. Five years and about $ 1 billion ...

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