Republicans and Harley-Davidson have a similar problem. They're dealing with it in opposite ways.

  1. Republicans and Harley-Davidson have a similar problem. They’re dealing with it in opposite ways.  CNN
  2. Another motorcycle maker considers moving output overseas  Fox News
  3. Foxconn buys Watermark building, plans innovation center in downtown Green Bay  Green Bay Press Gazette
  4. Opinion: 3 ways Trump undermines himself on trade  MarketWatch
  5. In Wisconsin Visit, Trump Cheers One Company and Criticizes Another  New York Times
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Joy Reid Is Dealing With a New Controversy. MSNBC Is Backing Her Again

  1. Joy Reid Is Dealing With a New Controversy. MSNBC Is Backing Her Again  Variety (blog)
  2. MSNBC breaks silence on star Joy Reid’s ‘hateful’ blog posts: ‘She has grown and evolved’  Fox News
  3. Meghan McCain Slams Joy Reid’s Blog After Photoshopped Image Depicts John McCain as School Shooter  Newsweek
  4. Joy Reid Promoted An Infamous 9/11 Conspiracy Documentary On Her Old Blog  BuzzFeed News
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Living with a volcano means dealing with its goddess

Living with a volcano means dealing with its goddessBy Terray Sylvester PAHOA, Hawaii (Reuters) – During one of his daily briefings about the relentless eruptions of the Kilauea volcano recently, Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim noted the day had brought no eruptions, no lava, no ashfalls. “Pele has given the grace of quiet to us today,” Kim told residents, both native Hawaiians and those who moved there from abroad, at the Pahoa high school meeting. Pele oversees “any and all volcanic phenomenon: lava flow, steam, fumes, earthquakes,” says Bobby Camara, a retired Park Ranger at the vast Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the biggest tourist attraction on Hawaii’s Big Island.


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Bolton dealing to build an Arab military force in Syria

President Donald Trump’s newly minted national security adviser John Bolton and Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo are among those spearheading a push to build a coalition of Arab military forces that could replace US troops in Syria and serve as a stabilizing force in the region once ISIS is defeated, according to sources familiar with internal discussions.


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