Worries of longer, costlier US-China trade war hits markets
Analysts warn US-China trade dispute could push the global economy towards recession
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Make Corporate America Pay for Underpaying Women
In 1980, women in America made 60 cents for every dollar men earned. By 2001, it had climbed to 76 cents. At that pace, women's wages today should be around 90 percent of...
2 hours ago - The New Republic
‘Catastrophic for Our Consumers': Nike, Adidas Slam Tariffs In Open Letter to Trump
Nike Inc., Adidas AG and other footwear giants urged President Donald Trump to reconsider his tariffs on shoes made in China, saying the policy would be "catastrophic for our...
2 hours ago - Fortune - 3 articles
Steck: Fix upstate infrastructure by taxing Wall Street
ALBANY - Assemblyman Phillip G. Steck is working with a colleague in the Senate to reintroduce a bill reinstating the state's stock transfer tax and directing the proceeds to...
4 hours ago - Times Union
Morgan Stanley Joins Bank of America in Warning of Global Recession from U.S.-China Trade War
"If talks stall, no deal is agreed upon and the U.S. imposes 25 percent tariffs on the remaining circa $300 billion of imports from China, we see the global economy heading...
5 hours ago - Newsweek - 2 articles
2018 Population Estimates Show Growth Across Twin Cities
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5 hours ago - CBS
Here are some of the major issues that stand in the way of a US-China trade deal
Trade negotiations between the US and China stalled this month. The US said China reneged on previous commitments in a draft agreement, leading both sides to raise tariffs on...
5 hours ago - Business Insider
A war with Iran would require all US troops, and then a draft
Between tweets about migrants, the economy, and Democrats who are running for president, President Donald Trump on Sunday spared one tweet on the rising tensions between the...
6 hours ago - Think Progress
Wall St. pressured as Huawei fallout worries spark tech sell-off
U.S. stocks dropped on Monday, as Washington's restrictions on China's Huawei Technologies stoked fears about a hit to the broader technology sector and ratcheted up trade...
7 hours ago - Reuters - 4 articles
U.S. unlikely to suffer big damages from China trade dispute: Fed
Trade tensions with China need to linger for an extended period to cause real damage to the United States economy, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said in remarks...
7 hours ago - Reuters
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Kings Island offering free admission to military, veterans this weekend
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Judge rules against Trump in records dispute with Congress
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Judge upholds Dem subpoena for Trump financial records
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