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President Trump signs the executive orders in the Oval Office on Monday, including a withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. Ron Sachs/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Treasury Nominee Defends Role In Foreclosure Crisis

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Mnuchin Likely To Face Questions Over Role In Foreclosures

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Most of Boeing's job cuts this year will come from the commercial jetliner workforce at Boeing facilities in western Washington, including at the company's wide body assembly factory in Everett. Ed Turner/Courtesy of Future of Flight Center/Boeing hide caption

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Boeing To Start Trump Era With New Wave Of Downsizing

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'Always Home': Martial Arts Teacher Helps Rebuild Pride In Oklahoma Town

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Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross, Commerce Secretary nominee for U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, arrives Wednesday for his Senate confirmation hearing. Ross is warning America's trading partners to practice "fair trade" and cut state control over business if they want access to the world's biggest economy. T.J. Kirkpatrick/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Ex-Democrat Wilbur Ross Makes Some Republicans Nervous At Confirmation Hearing

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Trump's Picks For Special Advisers Present Potential Ethical Issues

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A growing number of older Americans with federal student loans had their Social Security benefits offset because of unpaid student loans. Screenshot by NPR/Consumer Financial Protection Bureau hide caption

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