Trump Hopes To Lure Companies Back To The U.S.With Lower Tax Rates

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Students try out a Samsung Electronics Galaxy S8 Plus smartphone at a shop in Seoul, South Korea, on April 27. Many post-college grads in South Korea spend years studying for tests in the hopes of winning a job at a company like Samsung. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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South Korean Youth Struggle To Find Jobs After Years Of Studying For Tests

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Latest College Graduates Enter A More Optimistic Economy

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White House To Provide Ethics Agency With Info On Waivers For Ex-Lobbyists

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Episode 774: Unspeakable Trademark

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Vincent Galvan first went to a nursing home in 2012 after his right leg was amputated. He was evicted after complaining about his care. Mariah Woelfel/WVIK hide caption

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As Nursing Homes Evict Patients, States Question Motives

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Robert Mercer Is A Force To Be Reckoned With In Finance And Conservative Politics

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Sean Hannity tours the White House briefing room in January. Though he has lost a handful of advertisers after promoting a groundless story, Fox News has stood by its star pundit. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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