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  1. The US-China trade war ratcheted up yet again on Friday, with Beijing unveiling a new round of retaliatory tariffs on about $75 billion worth of US goods.
  2. The Trump administration believes its tariffs on foreign imports will do good for the US. But what will they do for the price of beer?
  3. China on Friday unveiled tariffs on another $75 billion worth of US goods, the latest escalation in the trade war between the two countries. The additional tariffs of 5% or 10% will be levied on 5,078 products, including soybeans, coffee, whiskey, seafood and crude oil.
  4. For years, and through multiple presidential administrations — Clinton, Bush and Obama — the United States has naively looked the other way while China cheated its way to an unfair advantage in the international trade market. It took a long time to get to this point, and it's not going to turn around overnight. But with President Donald Trump's long-term approach to trade policy, the United States is in a good position to make up for the misguided policies of the past, which resulted in millions of lost jobs and thousands of shuttered factories.
  5. President Donald Trump responded to the news of China's $75 billion in new tariffs on US goods by attacking Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell on Twitter suggesting the central bank is as big of a threat to the US economy as Beijing.
  6. Volatile trading rocked the Dow on Friday, after China announced a new round of import tariffs on US goods and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reaffirmed his pledge to act as 'appropriate' in the eye of tricky economic conditions.
  7. Conservative billionaire David Koch, who became a household name through the policy and political empire he created with his older brother, Charles, has died. He was 79.
  8. CNN's Brianna Keilar lists a series of "alarming" statements and actions from President Donald Trump in a 24-hour time span.
  9. Some Democratic voters are looking for a candidate who can restore the optimism of the Obama era.
  10. Trump immigration official Ken Cuccinelli is defending the Trump administration's proposed changes to the Flores settlement agreement that would allow undocumented families to be detained together indefinitely, saying the new proposal is meant to deter migrants from wanting to cross the US-Mexico border.
  11. During the 2015 GOP primary election, Ted Cruz joked that Donald Trump might "nuke Denmark" if elected president.
  12. The Democratic primary dropouts are coming a mile a minute now. Earlier this week, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee decided to depart the 2020 presidential race. Now, Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton is bowing out.
  13. Rep. Seth Moulton will end his presidential bid on Friday during a speech at the Democratic National Committee summer meeting in San Francisco, according to prepared remarks of the speech the Massachusetts Democrat plans to deliver.
  14. CNN's Anderson Cooper takes a look at the next acts of former White House press secretaries Sarah Sanders and Sean Spicer.
  15. Nikki Haley is tired of all the chatter. Just sick to death of it!
  16. While the wildfires raging in the Amazon rainforest may constitute an "international crisis," they are hardly an accident.
  17. A Georgia mother fatally shot the two adult children she had with a City of Atlanta official before killing herself, police and a spokesman for the official said Thursday.
  18. Wells Fargo is paying the Navajo Nation $6.5 million to settle allegations the bank preyed on the Native American tribe by using shady sales tactics.
  19. Florida has put to death the man known as the "I-95 killer," who was convicted of killing three people and admitted to killing several more in a 1994 spree targeting gay men.
  20. President Trump's "Masterpiece" gets retouched by critics. Jeanne Moos reports they're doing their own masterpieces.
  21. Former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne said Thursday that the FBI directed him in the summer before the 2016 election to pursue a "romantic relationship with Maria Butina," the Russian woman who was accused of seeking to win influence in powerful Republican circles at the behest of her country's government.
  22. Many people of all political persuasions and backgrounds were rightly horrified at the videos that appeared to show high school students in an affluent Los Angeles suburb singing Nazi songs and making the Nazi salute. Sadly, this was just the latest incident of young Americans evoking this nightmarish past.
  23. A former top-ranking General Services Administration manager admitted to having sex on the roof of the agency's headquarters building and drinking alcohol in the office, according to an inspector general report made public this week.
  24. A 30-year-old man was crushed to death by a elevator at a New York high-rise on Thursday, police said.
  25. Prince William, his wife Catherine and their three children took a budget airline flight on Thursday -- just days after his brother Prince Harry and wife Meghan faced criticism for their use of private jets.
  26. Some Ohio parents expressed concern when their elementary-aged children were asked to sell raffle tickets for a cheerleading fundraiser, with a rifle being the prize.
  27. Early on in the fourth season of "Seinfeld," Jerry Seinfeld and his friend George Costanza fly to Los Angeles to pitch a sitcom to NBC. George's idea? A show about nothing. The idea is swiftly met with confusion. No plot? Nothing happens?
  28. A planned demolition of a power plant's unused cooling towers at the Didcot power station in the UK briefly disrupted power at 40,000 homes.
  29. Missy Elliott took a page from Beyoncé's book overnight by dropping a surprise five-track album called "Iconology."
  30. DoorDash is finally detailing changes to its controversial tipping policy, one month after the company's CEO promised an update in response to a widespread backlash.
  31. An actress whom Manhattan prosecutors have described as key witness in the Harvey Weinstein sex-crimes trial may have the chance to testify, a source told CNN Thursday.
  32. Country singer Drake White reveals his diagnosis of a rare brain disorder in an interview with People Magazine.
  33. The Japanese woman and a man claiming to be a US Army captain stationed in Syria started communicating in March 2016 on an international social network.
  34. Online romance scammers are busy stealing money and hearts across the United States.
  35. It's a scam you might have heard of if you've gotten a phone call saying you've won a huge amount of money. It's not true of course, but U.S. officials say this has grown into a tidal wave of fraud. How bad is it? CNN's Drew Griffin investigates.

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