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Trump's punching bag, worldwide retaliation US tariffs, do our dreams predict the future and more

• Jul 2, 2018 at 1:26 PM

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BBC: Mexico had a left-wing landslide; probably won't be paying for wall

The ex-Mexico City mayor, known by his initials Amlo, is projected to win about 53%. His rivals have conceded in a crushing defeat for the main parties.

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THE GUARDIAN: The $4.8 billion gamble to lure Foxconn to America

isconsinites joke that there are two seasons in Wisconsin: winter and construction. As traffic crawls down the Interstate 94, sandwiched between endless columns of orange cones, construction is in full bloom.

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NEWSWEEK: Michael Cohen: 'I will not be Trump's punching bag'

President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen says he is not prepared to be anyone’s punching bag, stating in his first in-depth interview since the FBI’s April raid of his home and office that his loyalty is to his family rather than his former boss.

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BBC: Worldwide retaliation for US tariffs kicked in on Sunday, putting a 'bull's-eye' on wide range of goods

U.S. farmers and food producers are in the crosshairs of a global trade conflict that shows no signs of abating anytime soon — and trade tensions escalated in a big way Sunday.

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ONE COOL THING: Do our dreams predict the future?

Why keep a dream journal? There's probably amusing befuddlement and even a kind of roundabout enlightenment to be had in looking back over one's subconscious visions, so vivid during the night, that vanish so soon after waking.

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