Morning Edition : NPR 4 April 2018

Impact Of China's New Tariffs Could Be 'Huge' On U.S. Soybean Farmers

Grant Kimberly of the Iowa Soybean Association tells NPR that if long term, the effect of China's proposed tariffs on U.S. soybeans could be "devastating" to American soybean producers.

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Dueling Tariff Announcements Blamed For Stock Market Volatility

The U.S. and China have been making comments on trade and that seems to be driving movement in global financial markets. We review the causes and effects of the ups and downs of the markets.

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Trump's Not A Criminal Target In Russia Probe, 'Washington Post' Reports

David Greene talks to Washington Post reporter Robert Costas about special counsel Robert Mueller telling President Trump's legal team that the president is not a criminal target at this point.

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Tariff Announcements Create Volatility In Financial Markets

Noel King talks to White House trade adviser Peter Navarro, who explains the administration's approach to trade and its next steps. NPR's Scott Horsley weights in on their conversation.

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What We Know About The YouTube Shooter

A woman killed herself after shooting several people at YouTube's headquarters in California on Tuesday.

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China Announces New Retaliatory Tariffs

China announced new tariffs on U.S. products in response to U.S. tariffs on Chinese products.

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A Flock Of Seagulls And Pepperoni

A man with a suitcase of pepperoni was staying at a Canadian hotel in 2001. The hotel didn't have a refrigerator so he left it near an open window, only to return to a flock of seagulls and a mess.

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Fleetwood Mac Charts, 41 Years Later

Fleetwood Mac's 1977 song "Dreams" is hitting no. 16 on a top rock chart because of its newfound popularity in Twitter memes.

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The History Of The U.S. Census

NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with commentator Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about the history of the U.S. census.

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Potential Candidates Travel To New Hampshire

New Hampshire is already playing host to politicians with presidential ambitions — and audiences are already interested in hearing their pitches.

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Working With Scott Pruitt

Political pressure is building on Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt. Lawyer David Rivkin worked with Pruitt and talks with NPR's David Greene.

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3 Generations In Memphis

Robert Tunstall, his daughter Karen Hartridge and his grandson James Hartridge about their family's experiences with racism in Memphis and the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Memphis Remembers Martin Luther King Jr.

Memphis is holding events to remember civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., who was assassinated 50 years ago this Wednesday.

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Trump Calls For U.S. Military On U.S.-Mexico Border

President Trump said that his administration is making plans to send troops to help secure the U.S.-Mexico border. He also said he wants to withdraw U.S. forces from Syria.

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The 'Off-Field Issues' Of Josh Rosen

Sports commentator Mike Pesca opines on millennials and personality conflicts in the NFL.

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