Farah Stockman

The New York Times

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National correspondent for The New York Times.

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What happened when Donald Trump called out a steel manufacturer for closing a plant in Indiana and moving it to Mexico? Nothing.

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What happened when Donald Trump called out a steel manufacturer for closing a plant in Indiana and moving it to Mexico? Nothing.

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The military Taliban have seized control of another district of Pakistan, just 70 miles from Islamabad, the capital city.

Secretary Clinton Back on Capitol Hill

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