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U.S.-made bourbon whiskey is now under a 25 percent tariff in the European Union, in retaliation for the Trump administration's tariffs on steel and aluminum. Stefano Rellandini/Reuters hide caption

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EU Tariffs Take Effect, Retaliating For Trump's Taxes On Imported Steel And Aluminum

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Charles Krauthammer, pictured on the Fox News Channel, died of cancer at the age of 68. His death was announced by the Washington Post, where he was a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist in addition to his work as a commentator for Fox. Fox News Channel hide caption

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Charles Krauthammer, Pulitzer-Winning Columnist, Dies Of Cancer

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How Relevant Is The Dow Jones As A Measure Of The Economy?

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GE's Fall From Dow Jones Is The Downfall Of An American Icon

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Why Alternatives To Tariffs Can Be More Effective

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President Trump, flanked by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, answers questions in August 2017 at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. Thursday, the White House announced plans to merge the two departments. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Rules That Online Sellers May Collect State Sales Taxes On Purchases

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Home goods seller Wayfair and other e-commerce companies had attempted to challenge a South Dakota law that levies taxes on purchases made through certain online retailers. Jenny Kane/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Ruling Means Some Online Purchases Will Cost More

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President Trump, with Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen and Vice President Pence, speaks after signing an executive order ending the practice of separating migrant families. But the move leaves many questions unanswered Salwan Georges/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Conservative Media Failed To Redefine Debate On Trump's Immigration Policy

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The steel used to build lobster traps like these, stacked up outside a fish market on Martha's Vineyard, is getting pricier, thanks to new tariffs. John Greim/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Got Lobster? Trump's Steel Tariffs Threaten Trap Industry

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An American Airlines plane departs Joint Base Andrews in Maryland in 2015. American, United and Frontier all released statements on Wednesday saying they did not want to be involved in transporting migrant children who have been separated from their families because of a Trump administration policy. Patrick Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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