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Trump’s Canada tariff is Samantha Bee’s fault

The US is hitting Canada’s lumber producers with tariffs. Trump says it’s to level the playing field, but that’s not really why he’s doing it, writes David Wheeler.

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The president Donald Trump has to envy

When FDR took office, the nation was deep into a depression, writes David Gergen. What followed were the most remarkable hundred days since the nation’s founding. Franklin Roosevelt built a bridge of hope across the valley, inspiring fresh confidence in the country’s future.

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Muslim teen boxer inspires others to never give up

For this teen passionate about boxing, her fight to go toe-to-toe with an opponent goes far beyond the ring. She’s fighting for the right to compete in her hijab.

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Some grumbling before the all-senators North Korea briefing

Senators preparing to attend an unusual all-hands meeting on North Korea at the White House Wednesday said they are eager to hear President Donald Trump’s views on the increasingly tense standoff with Pyongyang.

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Ivanka Trump’s coming out

Sitting on a German stage alongside some of the world’s most powerful women, Ivanka Trump was at once at home and breaking new ground for herself.

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Enzi on tutu anecdote: ‘I regret a poor choice of words’

Republican Sen. Mike Enzi of Wyoming said Tuesday he regrets using “a poor choice of words” when he suggested to students last week that if a man wears a tutu in a bar and ends up getting bullied, then it’s partly the man’s fault because he “kind of asks for it.”

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Congress returns with quick action in Russia investigation

Congressional investigators have quickly waded back into their investigations into the Trump campaign’s ties to the Russians after returning from a two-week recess, with panels focused on narrower questions emerging with new actions this week.

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