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Consumers Could Be Collateral Damage if U.S. Expands Tariffs
Amid #MeToo, States Debate Teaching Consent to Kids
After Raid, San Francisco Reporter Seeks Return of Property

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Amid #MeToo, States Debate Teaching Consent to Kids

Consumers Could Be Collateral Damage if U.S. Expands Tariffs

By Marclaire Dale |
Inside a Catholic school in Portland, Oregon, high school sophomores break into groups to discuss some once-taboo topics: Abusive relationships and consent.

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AP Fact Check: Trump is Overpromising on Border Wall

AP Fact Check: Trump is Overpromising on Border Wall

By Calvin Woodward | May 21
President Donald Trump is vowing to have 500 miles of border wall built by the 2020 election. There's reason to be strongly skeptical about that. Here's a look at some of his rhetoric Monday night at a rally in Pennsylvania - and a look at the facts.

Pot 'Legalization 2.0': Social Equity Becomes A Key Question

Pot 'Legalization 2.0': Social Equity Becomes A Key Question

By Jennifer Peltz | May 21
Advocates for legalizing marijuana have long argued it would strike a blow for social justice after a decades-long drug war that disproportionately targeted minority and poor communities.

Amid #MeToo, States Debate Teaching Consent to Kids

Amid #MeToo, States Debate Teaching Consent to Kids

By Marclaire Dale | May 21
Inside a Catholic school in Portland, Oregon, high school sophomores break into groups to discuss some once-taboo topics: Abusive relationships and consent.

Tribes, Environmentalists Battle Copper Mine in Arizona

Tribes, Environmentalists Battle Copper Mine in Arizona

By Anita Snow | May 21
Native American tribes and environmental groups have sued to stop Hudbay Minerals Inc., arguing its mine could desecrate sacred, ancestral lands and dry up wells and waterways while ravaging habitat for endangered jaguar and other species.

After Raid, San Francisco Reporter Seeks Return of Property

After Raid, San Francisco Reporter Seeks Return of Property

By Janie Har | May 21
A San Francisco reporter is seeking the return of property after police raided his home with a sledgehammer, as officials sought to determine the source of a leaked police report into the death of the city's public defender.

Blue Apron Latest to Suffer in Tough Meal Kit Market

Blue Apron Latest to Suffer in Tough Meal Kit Market

By Dee-Ann Durbin | May 21
The business is still in its infancy, with the biggest players — Blue Apron and HelloFresh — less than a decade old. But they're facing serious challenges from restaurant and grocery delivery services, smaller niche players and even home chefs.

'Medicare for All's' Rich Benefits 'Leapfrog' Other Nations

'Medicare for All's' Rich Benefits 'Leapfrog' Other Nations

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | May 21
Generous benefits. No copays. No need for private policies. The "Medicare for All" plan advocated by leading 2020 Democrats appears more lavish than what's offered in other advanced countries.

No Longer in the Dark: Navajo Nation Homes Get Electricity

No Longer in the Dark: Navajo Nation Homes Get Electricity

By Felicia Fonseca | May 21
The recent power hookup project called LightUpNavajo raised funds from an online campaign, collected donations from employees, businesses and communities, and used revenue from solar farms

In Defining Consent, There's A Gap Between the Law, Culture

In Defining Consent, There's A Gap Between the Law, Culture

By Jocelyn Noveck | May 20
Just what constitutes an expression of consent is a hotly debated topic in the justice system and in society at large.

AP Fact Check: Trump Cries 'Treason' over Campaign Scrutiny

AP Fact Check: Trump Cries 'Treason' over Campaign Scrutiny

By Hope Yen and Calvin Woodward | May 20
President Donald Trump is using "treason" rather lightly as he assails unidentified U.S. officials for investigating operatives of his campaign in 2016. There's no allegation or even suggestion that they committed any actual crime.

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