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The Trump administration slapped tariffs on solar imports, a move that many say will reduce demand and slow job growth in the industry.
The health insurance tax is delayed a year, while the medical device and Cadillac taxes are delayed two years.
Pyongyang's next step would be to develop an arsenal of weapons and the capability to fire multiple missiles, Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday.
The legislation provides Congress with an additional 17 days to negotiate a longer-term immigration reform package.
Trump will work with bipartisan lawmakers "committed to fixing our broken immigration system," the White House says.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige says he quickly knew the missile alert was fake but he didn't know his Twitter password.
His schedule has freed up.
The president approve recommendations from the USTR after allegations that foreign imports were causing "serious injury to domestic manufacturers."
The decision is "excessive" and "regrettable," South Korean trade minister Kim Hyun-chong said.
Wray, who became FBI director in August, was feeling pressure to replace deputy director Andrew McCabe, Axios says.
The rural section of the nationwide infrastructure plan would account for about 25 percent of appropriations.
The World Economic Forum in the snowy mountains of Davos will this year bring together two of the most eminent economic minds in the United States.
The agreement will provide short-term funding for the government while lawmakers hammer out a DACA solution.
Republicans forced Democrats to re-open the government, but neither have gotten what they want, which might make resolving the next shutdown harder.
Half of the appropriations will go toward an incentives program providing grant money to state, local and private entities.
The government shutdown sparked fresh recriminations, with each party holding the other responsible failing to compromise. Here's how they voted.
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