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Fundraising efforts to spare kids from from lunchtime humiliation in a Rhode Island school district have resulted in tens of thousands of dollars in donations over a couple of days, including nearly $50,000 by New York-based yogurt-maker Chobani.

When Janie Dumbleton looks through her closet, she passes a clump of work clothes she hasn't updated in four years: a blazer, black pants, winter dresses.

One of the 30-year-old's favorite items is a sleeveless, floral peplum top from Target. It's black and beige, with light pink and coral flowers and a sprinkle of baby blue.

It's sturdy-feeling, silky but structured. No rips. No stains.

"It's kind of a miracle," she says.

Trade negotiators from the U.S. and China wrapped up two days of what President Trump called "candid and constructive" talks on Friday but failed to reach agreement. The Trump administration raised the stakes for future negotiations by boosting tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports.

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House Democrats issued subpoenas on Friday to force Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig to release six years of President Trump's tax returns.

Democrats say the returns include information about Trump and his business dealings that is critical to their constitutional oversight duties. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal, D-Mass., issued the subpoena after Mnuchin failed to comply with a request from House Democrats that he voluntarily turn over the returns.

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Four years ago this Sunday, Amtrak Train 188 rounded a turn at 106 miles per hour and derailed in Philadelphia. Eight people died, and more than 200 were injured. It was one of the worst Amtrak accidents in recent history. Reporter Megan Tan spent some time with one survivor who has struggled to move forward.

MEGAN TAN, BYLINE: When Janie Dumbleton looks through her closet, she passes a clump of work clothes she hasn't updated in four years.

JANIE DUMBLETON: We have this work blazer, a few black pants, some winter dresses.

An athletics tribunal has banned elite Mexican race walker María Guadalupe González from competing for four years. Officials allege that González, popularly known as Lupita, forged records to bolster her claim that she ate meat containing a metabolite of trenbolone, a powerful anabolic steroid.

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