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China says it may increase tariffs on U.S. pork, aluminum pipe and other goods in response to President Donald Trump's higher import duties on steel and aluminum.

China Says It May Hike Tariffs on US Pork, Other Goods in Trade Spat

McMaster to Leave Trump Administration

Trade Worries Send Stock Market Plunging

President Trump Imposes New Tariffs on China

Europe, Several More Countries Excluded from US Steel Tariffs

House OKs Huge Spending Bill, Next to Senate

YouTube Tightens Restrictions on Firearm Videos

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Facebook's Zuckerberg Admits Mistakes, Outlines Steps

Crew Finds USS Juneau of Sullivan Brothers Fame

US-Russian Crew Blasts Off for International Space Station

Fed Raises Key Interest Rate by a Quarter-Point

Investigators: Austin Bombing Suspect Dead

Koreas, US Conclude 'Constructive' Talks
African Nations Sign Largest Free Trade Agreement since WTO
Official: Note to Trump Told Him Not to Congratulate Putin
Witnesses: Nigeria's Abducted Schoolgirls Freed
Austin Authorities Responding to Another Explosion; Injuries Reported
Canada's Trudeau Proposes Tightening Controls on Gun Sales
UN Says 100,000 'Trapped' in Syria's Afrin
United Suspends New Reservations for Pets in Cargo Hold

McMaster to Leave Trump Administration

Great Lakes Cleanup Money Restored in Budget Deal

Attempt to Restore Minnesota Felons' Voting Rights Falters

$1.8M Donation Supports Custer State Park Fire Rehab

Prosecutor: Decision in Prince Case Coming in "Near Future"

Bankruptcy Judge Approves $25M Crosiers Sex Abuse Settlement

Conservation Group Opposes Plan to Draw Lake Michigan Water for Foxconn

Census: Twin Cities Metro Sees Significant Population Growth

Central Minn. Superintendent Charged with Indecent Exposure

Hundreds Protest Academic Changes at UW-Stevens Point

Noor Released from Hennepin County Jail

Officials to Turn Over Prince Investigative Files to Family

Neighbors Hold Vigil for Woman Killed by Officer

Former Minneapolis Officer Charged in Damond Death

Wis. Prison Officials Reach $18.9M Settlement with Youth Inmate

Voters Support Recreational Pot Use in Chicago

Iowa Library Shifts Policy after Outcry over LGBT Materials

Northwestern Minnesota Family Wins $22.8 Million in Lottery

Twin Ports Professionals Learn Root Causes of Obesity
US Regulators Renew Scrutiny of Menthol, Tobacco Flavors
China Says It May Hike Tariffs on US Pork, Other Goods in Trade Spat
ALDI Coming to Cloquet, Virginia
Speed Racer "Mach 5" to Debut at Motorhead Madness
'Roseanne' Revival Aims to Keep It Real, Trump Included

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Shooter Dead, 2 Injured in Maryland School Shooting

FBI Probes Package Bomb Blast at FedEx in Texas

Bar Owner Says US Student Not Drunk before Disappearance

Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Hits, Kills Pedestrian in Arizona

European Trade Chief Demands Exemption from Steel Tariffs

Another Explosion Injures 2 in Texas Capital; Cause Unclear

Wisconsin Officials Impose Statewide Ash Borer Quarantine

A statewide quarantine is intended to slow the spread of emerald ash borer in Wisconsin.

Experts: Avoid Problems with Bears by Removing Food Sources

Homeowners can avoid conflicts with bears by removing food sources such as garbage and bird feeders.

Mille Lacs Faces 3rd Catch-and-Release-Only Walleye Season

It'll be another year of catch-and-release fishing for walleye on Mille Lacs Lake.

Fading Isle Royale Wolf Population to be Restored

FILE - After years of debate, the National Park Service has tentatively decided to move wolves to Isle Royale.

Crowded Porcupine Mountains Limits Backcountry Camping

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is limiting backcountry camping.

Northern Wisconsin Elk Hunt Set for Fall

Wisconsin's first elk hunt is set for this fall.