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Wilbur Ross: Signs NAFTA not working very well

Wilbur Ross, Commerce secretary, talks about improving free trade between our trading partners.

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Wilbur Ross: Trump administration 'much more focused' on trade enforcement

Free trade rhetoric must match behavior, says Wilbur Ross, Commerce secretary, providing insight to the Trump's administration's trade agenda with partners.

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Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales sets up ad-free Wikitribune site to tackle fake news

Wales is to launch Wikitribune, a news site aiming to tackle the idea that "the news is broken and we can fix it," in the face of fake news

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Caught-on-video confrontations on United and America show a pattern of airline bullying, says passengers' lawyer

Airlines have been given a free pass to bully passengers for too long, and it has to stop, says attorney Thomas Demetrio.

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ITER: The world's largest fusion experiment

The acronym ITER stands for International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor. It’s also the Latin for ‘the way’, and the way forward here is for near pollution free energy for all.

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The world's coolest tech offices aren't all in Silicon Valley

Working for a big tech company can come with amazing perks: Free food, unlimited paid vacation, and cool offices. Not all of them are in Silicon Valley.

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Le Pen says it's time to free French people from 'arrogant elite'

Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen has warned that France's "survival is at stake" in a speech shortly after round one of the presidential election.

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The 10 college majors with the most free time

Students who choose these areas of study have the most free time on their hands.

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Free ride? Ha. Don't get taken for a ride with financial aid offers

Decision Day is May 1, and high school seniors who haven't yet picked a school should reassess financial aid packages.

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How free hacking tools on the web could be leading kids into cybercrime

Gaming websites could be spawning a new breed of cybercriminals, according to research which claims that young people are being led into hacking crimes.

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