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Trump pauses looming metal tariffs for close US allies
The European Union, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, Canada and Mexico will get initial exemptions from looming steel and aluminum tariffs from the Trump administration
The Latest: Trump orders huge tariffs on China
President Donald Trump's announcement that he's moving to impose steel tariffs of up to $60 billion worth of Chinese imports is rattling financial markets and touching off a fresh economic debate
Budget deal includes wildfire disaster fund to end borrowing
A spending bill slated for a vote in Congress includes a bipartisan plan to create a wildfire disaster fund to help combat increasingly severe wildfires that have devastated the West in recent years
Tariffs on steel, aluminum set off scramble for exemptions
President Donald Trump's trade policies have sent industry groups, companies and foreign countries scrambling to seek exemptions from tariffs of 25 percent on steel imports and 10 percent on imported aluminum
Trump tariffs set off industry scramble for exemptions
President Donald Trump's strong-armed trade policies have set off an intense scramble among industry groups, companies and foreign countries seeking exemptions from tariffs on steel and aluminum
UK official to seek access to Cambridge Analytica's servers
Britain's information commissioner plans to apply for a warrant to access the servers of Cambridge Analytica, which allegedly used data mined from Facebook to help Donald Trump win the 2016 presidential election
Zinke defends plan to raise park fees amid flap over travel
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke bristles under questioning about his spending on travel as the Trump administration seeks deep cuts to conservation programs and fee increases at national parks.
Tillerson's exit won't affect the deal he struck with Exxon
Rex Tillerson spent just over a year as America's chief diplomat, but he'll continue to benefit from an arrangement he crafted with his former employer, energy giant Exxon Mobil, that could generate millions of dollars in tax savings.
Zinke pushes back on 'insults,' 'innuendo' about his travel costs
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke pushed back on what he called "insults" and "innuendo" about his travel costs at a hearing on the department's proposed budget on Tuesday. The committee's ranking Democrat Sen. Maria Cantwell , of Washington , said in her opening statement that her constituents have
Trump Organization reveals $151,000 in profits from foreign government patrons
The Trump Organization revealed Friday it donated more than $150,000 in profits from foreign government patrons to the United States Treasury after last week declining to do so. "On February 22, 2018, The Trump Organization made a voluntary donation of $151,470 to the United States Treasury,"