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By PBS NewsHour
The issue of trade, and whether our deals are helping or hurting American workers, is resonating with many prospective voters this election season. For a closer look at how U.S. trade policy is playing out in the presidential race, Hari…
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree on almost nothing. Except for their dislike of a sweeping agreement that would erase most tariffs and other trade barriers among the United States and 11 other nations.
By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
Trump's assault on trade deals seems to be winning politics. But his analysis of how trade hurts American workers is flawed, and as president, he would struggle to deliver on his promises.
By Darlene Superville and Matthew Pennington
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. -- President Barack Obama will close the two-day ASEAN summit with a news conference, scheduled for 4:35 p.m. EST today. Watch it live here.
By Matthew Pennington, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama hosts Southeast Asian leaders at an unprecedented summit in California starting Monday as he looks to deepen ties with the region's fast-growing economies. But a nation not invited — neighboring power China — will be…
By Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Cathleen Cimino-Isaacs
It’s a rocky road to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but here’s why we should take it.
By Calvin Woodward and Christopher S. Rugaber
WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton cast the financial industry as an adversary in her presidential campaign — despite the money that industry has poured into her White House effort. Bernie Sanders once again mischaracterized the share of the wealth taken by…
From a national security perspective, is the U.S. better off than it was a year ago? Judy Woodruff gets reflections on the year in foreign affairs from former State Department officials Wendy Sherman and Richard Haass.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The White House is promising President Barack Obama will deliver a "non-traditional" State of the Union address next month, eschewing the standard litany of policy proposals for a broader discussion on the challenges facing the country.
By Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
The president is facing opposition to the deal from Democrats and Republicans alike.
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