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“It would be huge”: U.S. border town confronts possible import tax

“It would be huge”: U.S. border town confronts possible import tax

For up to 16 hours a day, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and mangoes grown in Mexico flow north through a border checkpoint into Nogales, Arizona, helping to ensure a year-round supply of fresh produce across the United States. In many ways, Nogales represents the flip side of free trade deals that have battered industrial cities in the Midwest, where jobs have been outsourced and manufacturing plants shut down. The cities where Donald Trump's promise to throttle what he calls unfair competition resonated most profoundly during the presidential campaign.

Judicial pressure builds on France’s Fillon as vote looms

Judicial pressure builds on France’s Fillon as vote looms

French conservative Francois Fillon suffered a new blow to his ailing presidential campaign Thursday when prosecutors said they would not drop a probe into an expenses scandal. "The many elements already gathered do not point to throwing out the investigation," prosecutor Eliane Houlette said in a statement. Revelations that Fillon, 62, put his wife Penelope and two of their children on the public payroll have dented his support and boosted prospects for upstart rival Emmanuel Macron ahead of the two-stage vote starting April 23.

Watchdog: Number of anti-Muslim hate groups on the rise

Watchdog: Number of anti-Muslim hate groups on the rise

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of anti-Muslim hate groups in the United States has nearly tripled since 2015, due in part to radical Islamic attacks and the incendiary rhetoric of last year's presidential campaign, the Southern Poverty Law Center says.

Dems see disparity in handling of Clinton, Russia inquiries

Dems see disparity in handling of Clinton, Russia inquiries

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats are criticizing the FBI over its refusal to discuss potential contacts between Russian officials and associates of President Donald Trump, saying the bureau's tight-lipped approach and its public disclosures about Hillary Clinton's emails during the fractious election campaign reflect a double standard.

Asked about anti-Semitism, Trump promises ‘a lot of love’

Asked about anti-Semitism, Trump promises ‘a lot of love’

US President Donald Trump, asked Wednesday about a spike in anti-Semitic acts in the United States, promised that Americans would see "a lot of love" across the country in the future — but only after bragging about his election win. At a joint press conference with visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump was asked by an Israeli reporter about anti-Semitic attacks, which spiked in the days after his November election. Trump offered a rather circuitous reply starting with a non sequitur — but one reporters have grown accustomed to — about the size of his Electoral College victory and the "tremendous enthusiasm" his campaign had generated.

SPLC says number of anti-Muslim hate groups on the rise

SPLC says number of anti-Muslim hate groups on the rise

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of anti-Muslim hate groups in the United States has nearly tripled since 2015, due in part to radical Islamic attacks and the incendiary rhetoric of last year's presidential campaign, the Southern Poverty Law Center said Wednesday in a new report.