Economy

Economy

Donald Trump rode a tidal wave of populism to the Republican nomination, but a President Trump would face a different reality: major limits on executive power and a ...
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By some measures, air travel has become more onerous since 1970. There were no security screening lines (those were introduced after a series of hijackings in the late ...
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DANE, Wis. — Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are barnstorming Wisconsin with at least one promise in common: By taking apart trade deals and imposing tariffs, they will ...
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Photo An oil field owned by Bashneft in Russia. Officials from Russia, Saudi Arabia and other major oil-producing countries will meet this weekend in Doha, Qatar, to discuss ...
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The first panel from POLITICO’s A New Agenda: Canada and the U.S. In the World. Featuring Senator Amy Klobuchar, John Ivison, and Stephen Toope. Moderated by POLITICO’s Susan ...
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Spring forward, fall back. But why? The reason the United States and many other countries, mostly in the West, shift to daylight saving time is contentious and confusing, ...
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Adam McKay, director of “The Big Short,” talks Wall Street and the 2016 election with POLITICO’s Glenn Thrush. | Bridget Mulcahy “The Big Short” director sits down with ...
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When Bill de Blasio was running for mayor on a starkly liberal platform in 2013, some of New York’s business leaders feared the city’s economic well-being was doomed. ...
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The United States trade deficit rose in January as American exports fell for a fourth consecutive month, the Commerce Department said on Friday. The gap between exports and ...
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