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Why The Auto Industry Is Paying Special Attention To NAFTA Negotiations

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News Brief: U.S. And Canada Trade Negotiations, Don McGahn, Supervised Injection Sites

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More companies are stepping in to help their workers with a much cheaper way to get some emergency cash than payday loans. MHJ/Getty Images hide caption

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Walmart And Others Offer Workers Payday Loan Alternative

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49 Senators Want To Keep Protections Of Military Lending Act In Place

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The White House is proposing changes to the Military Lending Act that critics say would leave service members vulnerable when they buy cars. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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White House Takes Aim At Financial Protections For Military

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Despite U.S. Economy Improvement Wages Remain Low

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Led by Chairman Jerome Powell, the Federal Reserve held steady with no rate increase, but it is expected to raise rates twice more by the end of the year. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Can The U.S. Economy Keep Growing?

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U.S. Economic Growth At 4.1 Percent For 2nd Quarter

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Speaking at the White House, President Trump called Friday's report of 4.1 percent economic growth in the second quarter "amazing." Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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U.S. Economy Surges To A 4.1 Percent Growth Pace In 2nd Quarter

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Young hogs are seen at a farm in Farmville, N.C. From farmers to meat-storage facilities, to auto parts manufacturers, the impact of tariffs is spreading. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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Tariffs Are Having A Chilling Effect On More U.S. Businesses

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