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  • Good Morning, Baltimore: Phelps a winner; video clears suspects in killing of shock trauma technician

    Good Morning, Baltimore: Phelps a winner; video clears suspects in killing of shock trauma technician
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here’s what you need to know for Friday. WEATHER Mostly cloudy and rainy today with temperatures rising into the low 70s, and overnight will fall to a low of 54. There is a chance of thunder boomers this afternoon and...
  • Hillary Clinton a free trader, or not, depending on the moment

    WASHINGTON Three years ago Secretary of State Hillary Clinton praised a proposed deal to reduce trade barriers among Pacific Rim nations as "the gold standard" for such pacts. Now, the presidential candidate Clinton has nothing to say as President Barack...
  • Trade Is A Marriage Of Economics And Geopolitics

    Trade Is A Marriage Of Economics And Geopolitics
    The trouble with our trade debates is that people assume that they're only about economics. Since World War II, U.S. trade policy has also been a pillar of U.S. foreign policy. In the early postwar decades, America encouraged trade with Europe and Japan...
  • Liberals urge Clinton to go left, where she risks losing swing votes

    Liberals urge Clinton to go left, where she risks losing swing votes
    Richard Trumka mentioned no names as he vowed recently that labor would not endorse yet another presidential candidate who talks big about confronting inequality but offers an agenda that merely fiddles around the edges of the economy, meeting Wall...
  • Ed Pawlowski says Obama trade pact would hurt Pennsylvania jobs

    Ed Pawlowski says Obama trade pact would hurt Pennsylvania jobs
    — Allentown Mayor and U.S. Senate candidate Ed Pawlowski says he has concerns about the potential effects of a trade agreement the Obama administration is crafting with Japan and 10 other Pacific countries. Pennsylvania workers would find...
  • Japan prime minister touts economic synergy with US in visit

    The United States and Japan will work toward strengthened economic ties, including promoting more direct investment in each other's markets and approval of a Pacific trade agreement, officials said Friday. "We must reinforce an economic architecture that...
  • Democrats spread false fears of free trade

    Democrats spread false fears of free trade
    Political debates often pit fear against hope, and when it comes to international trade agreements, many Democrats prefer to scare. It's a durable strategy that they can't relinquish — even though it usually fails. If you're going to make a horror...
  • Israel blames Arab neighbors for stalling on nuke-free zone

    Israel is blaming its Arab neighbors for the failure of progress toward achieving a Middle East free of nuclear weapons, saying that "if a serious regional effort has not emerged in the Middle East during the last five years, it is not because of Israel."...
  • Bernie-nomics: How Sen. Sanders wants to handle the economy

    Does Bernie Sanders have a proposed economic platform for his presidential campaign? Sanders economic platform IS his presidential campaign. The Vermont senator, a self-described socialist and political independent who announced Wednesday that he'll seek...
  • AP sources: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders to run for president

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will announce his plans to seek the Democratic nomination for president on Thursday, presenting a liberal challenge to Hillary Rodham Clinton. Sanders, an independent who describes himself as a "democratic socialist," will...
  • New front opens in 'fast-track' trade fight

    WASHINGTON There's no shortage of liberal opposition to President Barack Obama on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but a more serious threat to the administration's pro-trade alliance with Republicans might come from those who want to tackle the perpetually...