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    News Wrap: Americans Win Nobel for Economic Growth, Inflation Research

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    McCullough's 'The Greater Journey' Tracks French Influence on U.S.

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    ... they knew was essential to be very good. And it worked. And it worked for some very important people, like Mary Cassatt, like John Singer Sargent in painting. It certainly worked for architects, the work of Richard Morris Hunt, who changed the look of much of our urban landscape, H ...

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  • News wrap: Trump and Putin won’t hold summit in Paris

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    In our news wrap Wednesday, President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin will not hold a summit when they meet this weekend in Paris. Trump said, instead, they will try to hold talks at the G-20 gathering in Argentina. Also, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's planned meeting with ...

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    Hundreds of water rescues take place as Imelda soaks Texas

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    "It's as bad as I've ever seen it. Right now I'm in an absolute deluge of rain," Hawthorne told the AP on Thursday morning as he took cover under a carport at an auto dealership in Winnie. The town "looks like a lake." "Right now, as ...

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    ... of its constitutional powers and national sovereignty, adopts the decision to break diplomatic relations with the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela." U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement that the United States will keep up pressure in support of the Venezuelan people. "It is time for Venezuelan ...

  • U.S., China hold security talks amid trade tensions

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    U.S. charges China-controlled company in trade secrets theft

    Nov 01, 2018 06:05 PM EDT

    ... the United States. The U.S. has taken an increasingly confrontational stance toward what it characterizes as China's "predatory" economic policies. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo set the tone in a June speech where he accused China of an "unprecedented level of larceny" of intellectual property.Tensions over trade ...

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