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President Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy separating children from their parents was widely acknowledged as harmful to everyone involved — except these five companies.
Let's go over the day in politics.
President Trump orders Trade Representative to identify $200 billion in Chinese goods for 10% levies if China matches recent U.S. tariffs.
Before you get ready to kick off the weekend, catch up on the top political stories.
Let's go over the top stories in politics Thursday. There was a ton of them, per the usual.
Beer might not be the cheapest way to get buzzed for much longer.
Let's go over the top stories in politics from Wednesday.
In Tuesday night primaries, voters kept the momentum going for female candidates.
Michael Cohen is expected to cooperate with Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
President boasts about economy in response to actor's attack.
Tuesday was all about the Trump-Kim summit.
White House Financial Disclosure forms show that Kushner's debts have risen over the last year even as his income has continued to rise.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May faces a series of votes in Parliament, starting Tuesday, that could either cement her leadership or trigger fresh elections as the country struggles to define its EU exit ambitions.
There were some awkward moments at the G-7 Summit.
It's Monday, so let's recap the top political stories.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday that the much-anticipated summit between President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un has "enormous potential", but insisted that economic sanctions would remain in place until Pyongyang "verifiably" abandoned its nuclear weapons program.
G-7, Marijuana and Mueller all hit the headlines on Friday, June 7.
President Donald Trump will find few allies at today's G-7 Summit in Quebec City as he exchanges jabs with leaders from the world's largest economies and grapples with a swelling trade deficit with China.
The apartments of millennials everywhere are about to become a lot more sustainable.
Two letters are becoming a problem for Alphabet, Inc. (GOOG) — E.U.