Trump Administration Calls For 'Massive' Tax Cut

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Cord-Cutting Leads ESPN To Target On-Air Personalities In Massive Layoffs

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Opposing French Presidential Campaign Strategies Clash At Whirpool Factory

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Nordstrom Makes Down-To-Earth Appeal To High-End Market With $425 Fake Mud Jeans

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Poultry workers at major U.S. meat-processing plants are highly susceptible to repetitive-motion injuries, denied bathroom breaks and are most often immigrants and refugees. Earl Dotter/Oxfam hide caption

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The Energy Star program started in 1992 to rate the efficiency of computer monitors and now covers dozens of product categories. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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A young girl holds a sign with the words "1.2 Million Unemployed" during an anti-austerity protest in Lisbon on May 12, 2012. Armando Franca/AP hide caption

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Portugal Basks In Post-Bailout Economic Revival

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White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump, walk toward Marine One at the White House on March 3. A watchdog group says that Kushner should recuse himself from certain duties since he is President Trump's son-in-law and has potentially conflicting business ties. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert at the 2014 Emmy Awards. Their late-night TV shows would be among the first affected if the Writers Guild goes on strike next month. Vince Bucci/Vince Bucci/Invision/AP hide caption

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The Ford Motor Co. display at this year's Shanghai auto show, which goes on until April 28, is filled with SUVs and electric hybrid vehicles. The U.S. automaker has announced it will electrify 70 percent of its vehicles in China by 2025. This comes as Beijing is calling on automakers to sell more electric vehicles. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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China Moves To Increase Number Of Electric Vehicles On Its Roads

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First daughter and presidential adviser Ivanka Trump (second from left) arrives for a panel discussion with (from left) W20 co-Chairwoman Stephanie Bschorr, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands. John MacDougall/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wells Fargo Fake Bank Accounts Scandal Haunts Shareholder Elections

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Former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue is sworn-in before a Senate panel on Capitol Hill last month, prior to testifying at his confirmation hearing to be secretary of agriculture. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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