Andrew Restuccia

Politico

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Energy reporter for Politico; former staff writer for The Hill, covering energy and the environment; former energy and environment reporter for the Washington Independent

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President Trump announced Thursday that he will put tariffs on imported aluminum and steel. On Friday, he tweeted, “trade wars are good, and easy to win.”

After Trump's tariff announcement, will the U.S. end up in a trade war?

President Trump announced Thursday that he will put tariffs on imported aluminum and steel. On Friday, he tweeted, “trade wars are good, and easy to win.”

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For 35 years, Democrats and Republicans have been fighting over petroleum reserves in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Reserve.

Obama Moves to Block Development in Arctic Refuge

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After more than five years of passionate debate.

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