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A Chinese newspaper headline says "U.S. President-elect Donald Trump delivers a mighty shock to America." Trump has promised to label China a currency manipulator, which would pave the way to imposing high tariffs on Chinese imports. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Trump's China Stance Spurs Trade War Worries

Trump has threatened to label China a currency manipulator and to impose large tariffs on its imports into the U.S. Economists say this would start a trade war, but what would that look like?

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America's 'Forgotten' Hear Trump's Economic Battle Cry, But Will He Deliver?

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Baby basil is planted in PVC piping through which nutrient-infused water flows at regular intervals at a hydroponics farm in Nevada. This week, the National Organic Standards Board is set to vote on whether foods grown hydroponically can be sold as "certified organic." Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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Some Growers Say Organic Label Will Be Watered Down If It Extends To Hydroponics

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Growth Claudia Quintet
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Mean Low Water Artie Traum
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No Surprises Christopher O'Riley
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Members of the Republican Governors Association hold a plenary session at their conference in Orlando, Fla., on Tuesday. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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Republican Governors Thrilled With Increased Influence In Washington

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A Chinese newspaper headline says "U.S. President-elect Donald Trump delivers a mighty shock to America." Trump has promised to label China a currency manipulator, which would pave the way to imposing high tariffs on Chinese imports. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Trump's China Stance Spurs Trade War Worries

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Trade Winds Bob James
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Members of Women of the Wall, which lobbies for women to be allowed to sing and pray aloud at the Western Wall, march through the Jewish quarter of Jerusalem's Old City. The group organizes monthly marches and are often heckled by ultra-Orthodox men. Lauren Frayer/NPR hide caption

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Women's Rights Become A Battleground For Israel's Ultra-Orthodox Jews

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Idaho Potato John Renbourn & Stefan Grossman
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Leaving the Apple Michael Chapman
Moving Forward Brain Laughter

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Bellevue Hospital Pioneered Care For Presidents And Paupers

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Building the City Robert Een
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Kids play ball on the Wind River Indian Reservation, which is home to members of the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes. Angie Wagner/AP hide caption

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With Little Housing Growth, Native American Families Live In Close Quarters

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Brother Mister Christian McBride & Inside Straight
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