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The U.S. steel industry has enjoyed protection from foreign competitors since the 1790s. It says new import tariffs are actually just leveling the playing field and shouldn't be labeled "protection."

The offer for now is for people who have a 2015 or newer GM car or Volvo with an active OnStar or Volvo On Call account. It's an extension of Amazon's program to deliver packages inside homes.

The U.S. and U.K. governments say Russia is targeting infrastructure in the West with cyberattacks. Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity chief Jeanette Manfra explains stay safe.

After receiving nearly 5,000 entries this year, we have a winner! Meet the virtuosic talent who won over this year's panel of judges.

Also: A Border Patrol agent is acquitted of murder while a jury deadlocks on lesser charges; Prince's family files a lawsuit; and confirmation hearings may be delayed for VA nominee Ronny Jackson.

The pop superstar was treated for an overdose a week before his death, but the suit contends that the hospital failed to realize the drug he was taking was a deadly counterfeit.

The social media company announced changes to its community standards, releasing internal review guidelines and allowing appeals of content removal decisions.

State dinners are a chance for first ladies to express their tastes and make a statement. But historically these diplomatic dinners have had their share of mishaps.

In a conservative congressional district outside of Phoenix, national Republicans have spent about $1 million to protect the seat vacated by former GOP Rep. Trent Franks, who resigned in December.

The Supreme Court hears arguments on the ban Wednesday, and a bipartisan group of former national-security officials from the Reagan to Obama administrations are urging the court to strike it down.

Rule changes from the Trump administration offer exemptions for people in areas with only one marketplace plan, as well as for some who oppose abortion and can't find a health plan that excludes it.

Mohammad Javad Zarif, speaking with Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep, said that no one will trust the United States to stick to an international agreement if it goes back on the nuclear deal.

The judge declared a mistrial after the jury deadlocked on a lesser charge of manslaughter against agent Lonnie Swartz.

At an evening press conference — police chief Mark Saunders told reporters the death toll has climbed to 10, after a man drove into pedestrians on Monday.

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