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Canada's steel industry, concentrated in Ontario, and aluminum industry, concentrated in Quebec, say tariffs could cause them severe harm. It kept a low profile following the White House statement about a carve-out. As the NAFTA negotiations continue over the coming weeks and months, we remain committed to working alongside our neighbours in the USA and our federal government to protect the strong trade relationship we have built across the border and to advocate for Ontario's interests.
  • China urges US, North Korea to hold talks 'sooner than later'

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    In coming weeks, the Trump administration plans to issue a report on China's intellectual property practices expected to hammer China and possibly bring about further tariffs on a wider range of Chinese imports. "They had candid discussions about India-China bilateral relations and enhancing mutual exchanges", it said. But that looks like it's about to end, after talks between Liu and the trio of U.S.
  • NRA sends calming force after Trump floats gun control

    NRA sends calming force after Trump floats gun control

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    On Wednesday, the President signaled his support for some gun-control measures during an emotionally charged White House meeting with Republican and Democratic lawmakers. Sanders also appeared to walk back Trump's Wednesday remarks during the freewheeling meeting by saying "he could" endorse a measure that is broader than the Cornyn-Murphy bill.
  • Clippers beat Cavs despite LeBron's double-double

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    James' combined points, rebounds and assists have gone up every season since returning to the Cavaliers in 2014. "Probably an all-time high", James told ESPN's Cassidy Hubbarth during a walk-off interview after the game. Although the Cavs are a lock for a playoff spot, home-court advantage is on the line, something LeBron James has been accustomed to having over the years.
  • Australia will avoid Donald Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminium

    Australia will avoid Donald Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminium

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    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull thanked US President Donald Trump on Friday for exempting Canberra from tariffs in the steel and aluminum industry. The tariff announcement took Australia by surprise, as Trump previous year gave Turnbull an assurance that any future tariff increases would not apply to Australia.
  • Chew on the New Santa Clarita Diet Season 2 Trailer

    Chew on the New Santa Clarita Diet Season 2 Trailer

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    The Santa Clarita Diet season 2 trailer was released today and features Sheila struggling to keep her urges to herself while husband Joel and daughter Abby do their best to support her. So much so that she's murdered three people and the police are beginning to notice the missing persons and body parts are showing up around the seemingly flawless little California town.
  • It Sounds Like Ted Cruz Is Getting a Little Anxious

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    The Texas Republican tweeted the 60-second radio ad Tuesday night, shortly after he and Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke advanced to a closely watched November matchup. Voters take to the polls in the primary election at West University Elementary on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, in Houston . More than 1.3 million votes were cast in the Republican primary, while 555,000 were cast in the Democratic primary, a 70 percent to 30 percent advantage for Republicans over Democrats, just as had been ...
  • New Book Details Donald Trump's Racism at Miss Universe Pageants

    New Book Details Donald Trump's Racism at Miss Universe Pageants

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    Trump's letter to Putin, which was described by people with knowledge of its contents, shows how interested he was in attracting the personal attention of the Russian president. Donald Trump Jr. (L) and Donald Trump (R). Donald Trump , Barbara Palacios and Roxanne Vargas attends Miss Universe Welcome Event and Reception at Downtown Doral Park on January 9, 2015 in Doral, Florida.
  • Mnuchin Says US Wants Tariff Exemptions Decided in Two Weeks

    Mnuchin Says US Wants Tariff Exemptions Decided in Two Weeks

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    Japan's foreign ministry said the tariffs risk having a large effect on economic and cooperative relations with the USA government. The U.S. excluded Mexico and Canada , a concession that will remain in place as long as they reach agreement on a new North American Free Trade Agreement that meets U.S.
  • Arvind Kejriwal writes to PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi, seeks meeting on sealing

    Arvind Kejriwal writes to PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi, seeks meeting on sealing

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    The responsibility to remove these loopholes is of the central government, which did not act in the timeliness manner. The chief minister has also threatened to go on a hunger strike if a solution to the issue is not found by March 31. There is only one solution now. The Municipal corporations in the national capital have been undertaking sealing drives following guidelines by a Supreme Court-appointed Monitoring Committee since December past year.
  • Democrat Schumer to Trump on guns: Follow your instincts

    Democrat Schumer to Trump on guns: Follow your instincts

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    Action on gun legislation has skidded to a halt in Congress — not for a lack of bipartisan proposals, but because President Donald Trump's stunning shift on gun policy left some in his party confused, irritated and scrambling to figure out what to do next.
  • Yet another winter storm may pester East Coast next week

    Yet another winter storm may pester East Coast next week

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    Winter Storm Quinn will track northward, just off the Northeast U.S. coast and into the Gulf of ME by this evening. The latest computer models continue to be split on whether there is going to be a third nor'easter. If the storm does take a northward track, there is a chance of snow and rain in cities such as Baltimore, Philadelphia , and New York City. A Pacific storm brings rain and snow today and tonight much of B.C.
  • Rafa Benitez outlines his plans for Newcastle's training camp in Spain

    Rafa Benitez outlines his plans for Newcastle's training camp in Spain

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    Magpies loanee Kenedy - whose only Premier League goal was for Chelsea after 39 seconds - opened the scoring after 63 seconds before adding another on 29 minutes following a pacey counter-attack by the hosts. "This is the worst thing that we did today". For this reason, I would like to say sorry to our fans because we couldn't represent our club properly. "I have not had big problems with my teams - the most famous was in Portugal with Liverpool , where we had a few problems, although ...
  • Trump's Justice Department Takes Actual Steps Toward Banning Bump Stocks

    Trump's Justice Department Takes Actual Steps Toward Banning Bump Stocks

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    The proposed regulation would reclassify the controversial device as a "machinegun", making it illegal to own, sell or manufacture bump stocks. Twelve bump stock devices were found at the scene of the 2017 Las Vegas shooting in October. The shooting has spurred a public outcry for tighter gun control laws. A bump stock is essentially a kit that can convert semi-automatic weapons into fully automatic ones.
  • Sharp reaction from Asian nations to Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum

    Sharp reaction from Asian nations to Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum

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    The European Union and Japan, the United States' top economic and military ally in Asia, also reiterated that their exports were not a threat to USA national security, rejecting Trump's justification for imposing the tariffs. US PRESIDENT Donald Trump has confirmed he and Malcolm Turnbull are working on an agreement to provide Australia an exemption from steel or aluminium tariffs.
  • US 'Surprise' at North Korea Talk Offer: Tillerson

    US 'Surprise' at North Korea Talk Offer: Tillerson

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    Here's what we know - and don't know. "Each time they've cheated and kept on going". A senior U.S. official told reporters, "Kim is the only one who can make decisions" in North Korea. Pyongyang's long race to develop a nuclear weapon capable of reaching the United States has proved a problem for successive U.S. administrations. The South Koreans said the talks could take place as soon as May.