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Trump Signs Bill In Support Of Pro-Democracy Demonstrators In Hong Kong

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It's unclear whether President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping can come to a trade deal. A new bill supporting Hong Kong protesters could complicate talks. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump Waffles On Hong Kong Democracy Bill Amid China Trade Talks

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Low Mobility Rate Has Consequences For Families And The Economy

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Fed Chair Says The Bank Takes Its Cues From Economic Data, Not Criticism From Trump

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In a speech at the Economic Club of New York on Tuesday, President Trump said a mini trade agreement with China could happen "soon," but he offered no guarantees. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Trump Makes No Promises On China Trade Deal

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U.S. And China Agree To Roll Back Some Tariffs

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What A Tentative Trade Deal Between China And 14 Other Countries Means For The U.S.

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U.S. Employers Added 128,000 Jobs In October

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Workers assemble engines along the line at a General Motors plant in Spring Hill, Tenn. A nationwide strike by the United Automobile Workers at GM plants didn't hurt U.S. job growth in October. Harrison McClary/Reuters hide caption

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Job Market Resilient In October Despite GM Strike, Beating Expectations

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With Wednesday's move, the Federal Reserve, led by Chairman Jerome Powell, has cut interest rates three times so far this year. Eric Baradat/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Fed Cuts Rates Again To Boost A Slowing Economy

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GDP numbers out Wednesday show the U.S. economy lost some steam in the third quarter. President Trump is banking on a strong economy as his ticket to a second term. William Deshazer/Reuters hide caption

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As Growth Slows To 1.9%, The Economy Is Falling Short Of Trump's Target

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Oil well pumps are seen in Syria's northeastern Hasakeh province in 2015. President Trump is renewing his push for U.S. control of Syrian oil. Youssef Karwashan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A winemaker pours rosé at the Chateau Sainte Roseline in the southern France region of Provence. European producers of premium specialty agricultural products like French wine, face a U.S. tariff hike with duties on a range of European goods, including wine. Daniel Cole/AP hide caption

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Where There's A Wine, There's A Way

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United Auto Workers members picket Wednesday at a General Motors plant in Flint, Mich. Last year, more U.S. workers went on strike than at any time since 1986. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images hide caption

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'It's Time To Get Something Back': Union Workers' Voices Are Getting Louder

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Peter Navarro, White House director of trade and manufacturing policy, has admitted quoting a fictional character in several of his nonfiction books. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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White House Adviser Peter Navarro Calls Fictional Alter Ego An 'Inside Joke'

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