Trump isn't done with drug prices
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Donald Trump's pick for head of Housing and Urban Development has called federal attempts to desegregate neighborhoods “social engineering."
The social science behind one of this year's most disturbing political trends.
Nearly 30 million people would become uninsured.
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Japanese telecom and financial conglomerate SoftBank has agreed to invest $50 billion in the U.S. and create 50,000 new jobs, President-elect Donald Trump announced Tuesday.
Carrier workers feel gratitude and confusion
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Ivanka Trump asked her clothing manufacturer if some of her label’s production could move to the United States, according to an executive there.
Experts doubt he has the authority to do it
When Obama tried to punish companies that ship jobs overseas, Republicans howled.
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If Trump walks back his promises on China, he would join a long and distinguished tradition
United Technologies chief executive Greg Hayes suggested on Monday that military contracts with the federal government were a factor in its decision to keep a Carrier plant in Indianapolis open at the request of President-elect Donald Trump, according to CNBC.
A Chinese company is building the world’s largest theater chain. A lobbyist nicknamed “Dr. Evil” is trying to stop them.
“I was really struck by the number of indigent people I saw coming in who were on public assistance and who were not working."