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China is a big customer for U.S.-made roller coasters. But since President Trump's trade war, China has imposed steep tariffs on American rides. Some in the industry fear losing a lucrative market.
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Rachel Martin talks to Stacey Abrams, Georgia's former gubernatorial candidate, about why she's urging the entertainment industry not to boycott her state over its recent abortion measure.
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Grocery stores are full of food with labels like organic, cage-free or fair trade that appeal to a consumer's ideals. But there's often a gap between what they seem to promise and what they deliver.
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Many of the industry's biggest companies, such as Johnson & Johnson, are tangled up in litigation. The latest filing was by Insys Therapeutics after a $225-million settlement agreement.
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Questions remain about the deal between the Trump administration and the Mexican government that ended the threat of tariffs. But what could it signal about strategy for a U.S.-China trade agreement?
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Google is, in effect, negotiating with the Commerce Department on behalf of the Chinese telecom giant, according to the senior Huawei official.
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A majority of consumers now ignore phone calls, assuming they're mostly spam. Regulators and the wireless industry admit they don't yet have answers about stopping the growing scourge.
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Bernie Sanders is making a proposal on behalf of Walmart workers to the company's shareholders, another example of a tactic gaining steam this cycle: Calling out big businesses on the campaign trail.
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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Tony Romm of The Washington Post about a House panel looking into competition in the digital industry — examining if tech companies use anti-competitive practices.
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The severe weather and flooding in America's heartland is wreaking havoc on farmers and the larger agricultural community. President Trump's tariffs are making it worse.
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