In our Tuesday news wrap, a spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed Senate findings that Russia tried to influence U.S. elections via a sweeping disinformation campaign, calling them “baseless.” Also, after losing to Sen.-Elect Kyrsten Sinema in November, Republican…
In our news wrap Monday, the U.S. military said that airstrikes over Somalia killed 62 members of the Islamist group al-Shabab and prevented a major terrorist attack. A U.S. air campaign across the horn of Africa has intensified under President…
By Matthew Lee, Rob Gillies, Associated Press
After a high stakes meeting Friday with his Canadian counterpart, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo condemned the arrest of two Canadians in China and called on Beijing to release them.
By Joe McDonald, Associated Press
The suspension is China's first step in response to President Donald Trump's Dec. 1 agreement to suspend U.S. tariff hikes for a similar 90-day period.
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
Investigators believe hackers working on behalf of China's main intelligence agency are responsible for a massive data breach involving the theft of personal information from as many as 500 million guests of the Marriott hotel chain, a U.S. official said…
By Maria Danilova, Cara Anna, Associated Press
The Trump administration on Thursday announced a sharp refocus of its Africa strategy to counter what it called the "predatory" practices of China and Russia, which are "deliberately and aggressively targeting their investments in the region to gain a competitive…
In our Wednesday news wrap, hundreds of police searched for the gunman behind a deadly attack at a famed Christmas market in Strasbourg, France, that killed at least two people. Also: The Senate advanced a resolution to end military support…
By Gretchen Frazee
U.S. aluminum production is expected to increase 67 percent between 2017 and the end of this year because of increased investment in the industry, according to a recent report.
By Rob Gillies, Paul Wiseman, Jim Morris, Associated Press
A British Columbia justice granted bail of $7.5 million to Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, but required her to wear an ankle bracelet, surrender her passports, stay in Vancouver.
By Rob Gillies, Associated Press
The detention came after China warned Canada of consequences for its recent arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver's airport.
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