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What A President Can Do Under The International Emergency Economic Powers Act

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On The Trail With Democratic Presidential Candidate Kirsten Gillibrand

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A Look At The Differences Between How Barr And Mueller Talked About Mueller's Report

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How U.S. Businesses Are Reacting To Trump's Plans To Increase Tariffs On Mexico

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Week In Politics: Tariffs On Mexico, Mueller's Remarks And Abortion Legislation

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Financial Markets Take A Tumble After Trump Threatens Tariffs On Imports From Mexico

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Grand Canyon officials don't keep track of visitors by country of residence, but Mandarin-language brochures are the most in demand there. The Arizona Office of Tourism estimates that in 2018, the number of Chinese visitors to the state dipped 3.7%, after nearly quadrupling from 2010 to 2017. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Abortion-rights supporters take part in a protest in St. Louis. The Planned Parenthood clinic in the area will stay open while its legal fight with the state continues. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Missouri's Last Abortion Provider Wins Reprieve, As Judge Rules Against State

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ted Cruz vowed on Twitter to work together on legislation banning members of Congress who leave office from lobbying. Alex Wong/Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico Responds To Trump's Tariff Threat

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Abortion-rights supporters take part in a protest Thursday in St. Louis. A state license that allows a Planned Parenthood health center in Missouri to perform abortions could soon expire. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Are Tariffs On Mexico The Right Way To Stymie Illegal Immigration?

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