Two brothers who fear going home, those pesky steel tariffs, and Canadian cheese smuggling

March 02, 2018
A worker monitors molten iron pouring into a furnace at steel manufacturing plant in Hefei, Anhui province, China.

A worker monitors molten iron pouring into a furnace at steel manufacturing plant in Hefei, Anhui province, China.

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Could tariffs on aluminum and steel spark a global trade war? We'll ask our economics reporter Jason Margolis. Plus, Canada likes to protect its dairy industry, and that means tariffs on cheese. Some Canadians have resorted to drastic measures to get their curd fix: smuggling. And, we remember The Beatles' famous visit to an ashram in India fifty years ago.

Two brothers who fear going home, those pesky steel tariffs, and Canadian cheese smuggling

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March 02, 2018

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