In the news today, May 18

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Seven stories in the news for Friday, May 18 ——— CONFLICTING MESSAGES ON NAFTA U.S. trade czar Robert Lighthizer says the NAFTA countries are "nowhere near close" to a deal. That statement comes ......

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