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Trade War's Wounded: Companies Improvise to Dodge Cost Hikes

Trade War's Wounded: Companies Improvise to Dodge Cost Hikes

By Paul Wiseman | Jan 14
Back in December 2017, Trump gave companies a gift when he signed a measure that slashed the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent. The next month, though, he started slapping tariffs on imports - leaving them at a competitive disadvantage.

Italian Fashion Houses Get Refashioned for Future Growth

Italian Fashion Houses Get Refashioned for Future Growth

By Colleen Barry | Jan 14
To stay on trend, Italian fashion houses are refashioning themselves for future growth.

Past Projects Show Border Wall Building Is Complex, Costly

Past Projects Show Border Wall Building Is Complex, Costly

By Susan Montoya Bryan | Jan 14
President Donald Trump is not giving up on his demand for $5.7 billion to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, saying a physical barrier is central to any strategy for addressing the security and humanitarian crisis at the southern border.

New Dog Museum Unleashed in New York

New Dog Museum Unleashed in New York

By Jennifer Peltz | Jan 13
It's a museum that invites visitors to come! Sit! And stay. The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog opens Feb. 8 in midtown Manhattan, returning to New York after three decades on the outskirts of St. Louis.

NOT REAL NEWS: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

NOT REAL NEWS: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

Jan 13
None of these is legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked these out. Here are the real facts.

U.S. Approved Thousands of Child Bride Requests

U.S. Approved Thousands of Child Bride Requests

By Colleen Long | Jan 12
Thousands of requests by men to bring in child and adolescent brides to live in the United States were approved over the past decade, according to government data obtained by The Associated Press.

Food Giants Undermined China's Obesity Fight, Scholar Says

Food Giants Undermined China's Obesity Fight, Scholar Says

By Candice Choi | Jan 12
China's efforts to keep obesity in check have been undermined from the inside by the food industry, according to newly published research.

US Aviation System Is Starting to Show Strains from Shutdown

US Aviation System Is Starting to Show Strains from Shutdown

By David Koenig | Jan 12
The partial government shutdown is starting to strain the national aviation system, with unpaid security screeners staying home, air-traffic controllers suing the government and safety inspectors off the job.

How's the U.S. Economy Doing? Shutdown Makes It Harder to Say

How's the U.S. Economy Doing? Shutdown Makes It Harder to Say

By Christopher Rugaber | Jan 11
The partial shutdown of the U.S. government has begun to make it harder to assess the health of the economy by delaying or distorting key reports on growth, spending and hiring.

Netflix Takes NC-Based Show to SC, Citing State's Anti-LGBTQ Law

Netflix Takes NC-Based Show to SC, Citing State's Anti-LGBTQ Law

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 11
A North Carolina town is losing out on an estimated $60 million infusion of Netflix cash thanks to the lingering, still-active parts of an anti-gay law that cost the state huge losses before it was (mostly, but not completely) repealed.

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