Mnuchin Says Trump ‘Willing’ to Negotiate US Return to TPP

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Iowa is the Best State in the US, Says 2018 Best States Report

U.S. News & World Report (blog)Feb. 27, 2018
Washington, D.C. – Iowa is the best state in the country, according to the second annual 2018 Best States study from U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and civic journalism. U.S. News evaluated all 50 states across a range of criteria, from education and health care to infrastructure …
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Infrastructure, Health Care, Education Lead Iowa to No. 1 Best …

U.S. News & World ReportFeb. 26, 2018
9), and the state becomes “first in the nation” not only in terms of its presidential caucuses, but also when describing Iowa’s overall placement in the U.S. News & World Report’s Best States rankings. “We’ve been basically working within this model since 2011, and as you can see by the results in so many …
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Mnuchin Says Trump ‘Willing’ to Negotiate US Return to TPP

Bloomberg4 hours ago
Trump repeatedly attacked the TPP deal on the campaign trail and pulled the U.S.out of it soon after he took over early last year. However, last month he expressed openness to rejoining if the terms were improved. Mnuchin told the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington that this was significant.
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Iowa Researchers Accuse Russia of Injecting Anti-GMO …

Gizmodo17 hours ago
Researchers from Iowa State University are claiming that US versions of popular Russian-funded news media are littered with articles and links casting genetically modified organisms in a negative light. It’s an effort, say the researchers, to discredit American agricultural practices and to portray Russian …
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US Women Athletes Shine At The 2018 PyeongChang Olympics

DOGOnews15 hours ago
After mesmerizing sports fans worldwide for 16 days, the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics drew to a close on February 25 with a spectacular light show, featuring 300 Intel drones and K-Pop music. While Team USA, which had the fourth highest medal count with 23 in total, saw virtuosic performances from all …
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Anti-GMO articles tied to Russian sites, ISU research shows

DesMoinesRegister.comFeb. 25, 2018
Politics isn’t the only issue where Russia seeks to sway U.S. opinion. The former communist country is trying to influence American’s attitudes about genetically engineered crops and biotechnology, according to new Iowa State University research. Russia is funding articles shared online that question the …
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Georgia Senate Moves to Punish Delta

U.S. News & World ReportFeb. 26, 2018
“Corporations cannot attack conservatives and expect us not to fight back.” Delta, which has been based in Atlanta for nearly 80 years, is Georgia’s largest private employer, with 33,000 workers statewide and $300 million in state and local tax revenue annually, according to the company. Since the Feb.
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US Stocks Sell Off After Powell’s Remarks

Wall Street Journal21 hours ago
Major indexes snapped their recent win streaks Tuesday, as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s comments before Congress did little to assuage investors’ inflation fears. In his first appearance on Capitol Hill since taking charge of the central bank, Mr. Powell conveyed an upbeat picture of the U.S. …
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Is This the Moment for Gun Control? A Gridlocked Congress Is …

New York TimesFeb. 25, 2018
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers will return to Washington on Monday facing intense public pressure to break their decades-long gridlock on gun control, a demand fortified by a bipartisan group of governors calling for Congress to take action to protect against mass shootings. But even as members of both …
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Japanese Are Selling US Bonds Over Budget, Dollar Fears

Wall Street JournalFeb. 27, 2018
Still, any questioning in Tokyo of the dollar or of the U.S. Treasury is significant because Japanese holders including the government own nearly $1.1 trillion in Treasury bonds, a close second to China. For years, the U.S. economy has relied on Japan and China to recycle their trade surpluses back into the …

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