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May 24, 2017 7:19 PM It’s Complicated, Trump Group Says of Donating Profit From Foreign Officials

The public disclosure of the document has now set off new questions about whether the president could potentially run afoul of a provision in the Constitution known as the Emoluments Clause, which essentially prohibits federal government officials from accepting gifts from foreign governments. The clause has become a cudgel for Mr. Trump’s critics, who argue 69

May 22, 2017 10:10 AM Trump’s first budget: Why attention must be paid to it

The Trump administration is delivering its first budget tomorrow. That raises at least two questions. First, we need to cut through the partisan noise and figure out what all these numbers are telling us about the administration’s priorities. Are the fiscal plans intended to make America great again or just to give rich Americans a big tax cut again 80

May 10, 2017 8:30 AM Apple buys Finnish sleep tracking app maker Beddit

HELSINKI Apple (AAPL.O) has acquired a sleep tracking app and hardware maker Beddit, the Finnish startup said on its website. The terms of the deal were not disclosed and neither of the companies were immediately available for a comment. "Beddit has been acquired by Apple. Your personal data will be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with the Apple 64

April 30, 2017 3:23 PM On Trade, a Politically Feisty Trump Risks Economic Damage

Not that Nafta is sacred. Economists and advocates across the ideological spectrum have long criticized the landmark agreement with Canada and Mexico as being in need of updating. Nafta was negotiated in the elder George Bush’s administration and signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1993 — before the web was a commercial force. It lacks rules 50

April 29, 2017 5:36 PM What the Federal Budget Should Look Like

President Trump released his first ever budget proposal recently, and boy is it dumb. In order to pay for $54 billion in new defense spending, Trump is asking for massive cuts to the EPA, the state department, and programs that help the poor, the elderly, and children. It does not reduce spending or address the national debt. It does not cut the size of government 69

April 28, 2017 12:57 PM We asked, you answered: How IVF and adoption changed your lives

In 2010, Kim Overton became a "solo starter" -- choosing to have a child on her own without a significant other in her life. She had her first child at 39 through IVF in 2010. When she tried for a second child, however, she was unable due to fibroids. That's when she began to consider surrogacy. After an emotional time trying to find a surrogate, Kim's 44

April 26, 2017 1:03 AM Trump’s Tax Plan: Low Rate for Corporations, and for Companies Like His

Republicans are likely to embrace the plan’s centerpiece, substantial tax reductions for businesses large and small, even as they push back against the jettisoning of their border adjustment tax. The 15 percent rate would apply both to corporations, which now pay 35 percent, and to a broad range of firms known as pass-through entities — including hedge 84 4

April 23, 2017 11:30 AM Five fights for Trump’s first year

Congress is facing a string of deadlines that set up a number of fights for the rest of President Trump’s first year in office. When lawmakers return on Washington from a two-week recess, they’ll have just five days to pass a funding measure to prevent the government from shutting down on April 29. Lawmakers are locked in talks, with GOP leaders eager 73

April 21, 2017 3:35 PM UEFA clears Man City, PSG from financial sanctions threat

Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain no longer risk UEFA fines and penalties for breaking "Financial Fair Play" rules in 2014. UEFA says both clubs complied with ongoing clauses such as limiting their spending on wages and transfers through 2016. It means Man City and PSG each forfeited only 20 million euros ($21.4 million) in Champions League prize 63

April 20, 2017 12:56 AM Oklahoma State nabs second grad transfer, ex-Cal OT Cochran

For the second time this week, Oklahoma State is adding a key graduate transfer. One day after former Clemson cornerback Adrian Baker announced that he would be joining the Cowboys, Cal offensive tackle Aaron Cochran told on Wednesday that he will play his final season at Oklahoma State as well. Because they're graduate transfers, both Cochran 46