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Dow jumps 224 points Friday, extends 2018 gain to 7.7%

CLOSE President Donald Trump told the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland that his administration is taking measures to promote security for American allies around the globe, saying "America is roaring back," and now is the time to invest. (Jan. 26) AP Dow Surges: Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange…

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NFL’s reported concussions at six-year high in 2017

CLOSE SportsPulse: Dominance. Heartbreak. Hope. Trysta Krick details the key moments in the Eagles run to Super Bowl LII. USA TODAY Sports Tom Savage #3 of the Houston Texans heads to the locker room in the second quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at NRG Stadium on December 10, 2017 in Houston, Texas. (Photo: Tim…

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Bombardier wins fight against huge US tariffs on aircraft imports

Defeat for Trump administration could save thousands of jobs at company’s Belfast operation A Bombardier CS300 jet, part of the C-series, which had been threatened with heavy US tariffs Photograph: Christinne Muschi/Reuters Thousands of jobs in Northern Ireland appear to have been saved after plane maker Bombardier won a legal battle in the US that…

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What does Mueller want, and how close is he to getting it?

In this occasional series, we will bring you up to speed on the biggest national security stories of the week. President Trump said Wednesday that he is willing to answer under oath questions from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III — and repeated his denials that there was any collusion between his campaign and Russia…

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The Grammys never get it right

Illustrations by Abbey Lossing for The Washington Post. Album Art: 52nd Street: Sony BMG, Off The Wall: Epic Records, Christopher Cross: Rhino Flashback, The Game: EMI Records/Elektra Records, Double Fantasy: Capitol Records, Tattoo You: Rolling Stones Records, Toto IV: Sony Music Entertainment, Nebraska: Columbia Records, Thriller: Sony Legacy, Can’t Slow Down: Motown Records, Purple Rain:…

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U.S. trade panel strikes down 300 percent tariffs on Canadian jets, dealing a blow to Boeing

TOP: A Boeing 737 MAX at Paris-Le Bourget Airport in June. (Pascal Rossignol/Reuters). ABOVE: Shareholders view a Bombardier CS300 in Mirabel, Quebec, in April 2016. (Christinne Muschi/Reuters) A U.S. International Trade Commission panel struck down 300 percent tariffs against narrow-body Canadian jetliners, siding with Montreal-based jetmaker Bombardier in a contentious trade dispute between the United…

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