Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is an NPR correspondent based in New York. He covers economics and business news.
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President Trump is suing Deutsche Bank, as well as Capital One, in attempt to block the banks from responding to subpoenas from two House panels seeking personal financial documents related to the president, his family and his company. Michael Probst/AP hide caption

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Trump Sues 2 Banks To Block Democrats From Investigating His Finances

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Revised NAFTA Deal Would Offer Modest Economic Benefits, Report Says

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2 House Committees Issue Subpoenas To Deutsche Bank For Trump's Financial Records

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The Losers And Winners Of The Trump Administration's Big Tax Cut

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Citigroup Chief Executive Officer Michael Corbat (from left), JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon and other top bank executives are sworn in before testifying before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How'd You Feel If Your Boss Made $486 For Every Dollar You Make?

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People walk past a branch of Bank of America in New York City in 2015. The bank announced Tuesday that it's raising its minimum wage to $20 an hour by 2021. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Bank Of America Raising Its Minimum Wage To $20 An Hour

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On the day of the Lion Air crash, Verian Utama (left) was traveling on the flight with a former pro rider named Andrea Manfredi (right), a friend who also perished. Courtesy of Verian Utama's family hide caption

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For Family Of A Lion Air Crash Victim, 'The Happiness Is Gone'

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Federal Aviation Administration Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell (left), National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt, and Department of Transportation Inspector General Calvin Scovel, appear before a Senate Transportation subcommittee on commercial airline safety on Wednesday to discuss two recent Boeing 737 Max crashes. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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FAA Head Defends Agency Actions Following Recent Air Disasters

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News Brief: FAA Head On Capitol Hill, Jussie Smollett

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Stephen Moore, a conservative commentator and former Trump campaign adviser, has joined the president in criticizing the Federal Reserve. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call Inc. hide caption

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February Employment Report Offers A Mixed Picture Of The Job Market

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A truck passes a stack of China Shipping containers at the Port of Savannah in Georgia on July 5, 2018. The U.S. goods trade deficit with China hit a record $419.2 billion in 2018. Stephen B. Morton/AP hide caption

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A worker helps load steel rods April 6, 2016, at a plant in Tangshan, in China's Hebei province. China's government plays a powerful role in how its businesses operate — giving them preferential treatment over their rivals. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images hide caption

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China's Close Government-Business Ties Are A Key Challenge In U.S. Trade Talks

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The U.S. economy grew 2.9 percent last year, just missing President Trump's 3-percent target. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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U.S. Economy Grew 2.9 Percent In 2018, Just Below Trump's Target

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