The Trump administration scaled back plans to slap a 10 percent tariff on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods, dropping some items from the list altogether and delaying tariffs on other goods until after the start of the holiday shopping season. The move forestalls potential price increases for American shoppers on smartphones, laptops, video games and toys. But there are still plenty of products that will face tariffs Sept. 1, including items that will be on families’ back-to-school shopping lists.
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- The felony murder rule has roots dating back centuries. This week, it was applied to 5 Chicago teens charged in a fatal Lake County shooting.