Thursday in our news wrap, President Trump tweeted his decision to cancel a scheduled meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the upcoming G-20 summit, citing Russia’s seizure of three Ukrainian ships. Also, Ukraine’s president, Petro Poroshenko, called for NATO…
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow said if the U.S. doesn't get "satisfactory" responses to its trade positions soon, more tariffs will be imposed on China.
By Gretchen Frazee
Investors are starting to see opportunity in what they consider an overlooked sector: waste management in Southeast Asia.
By Marilynn Marchione, AP Chief Medical Writer
A Chinese researcher claims that he helped make the world's first genetically edited babies — twin girls born this month whose DNA he said he altered with a powerful new tool capable of rewriting the very blueprint of life.
The Trump administration's tariffs against China and Mexico have sparked retaliation by both countries on American agriculture. As a result, dairy producers have experienced a painful drop in demand, but many hope a promised $12 billion bailout will improve business…
By Jim Gomez, Stephen Wright, Associated Press
Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence traded barbs in speeches at a summit of world leaders Saturday, outlining competing visions for global leadership as trade and other tensions between them simmer.
By Matthew Pennington, Associated Press
Even as the United States and China butt heads over trade, their top diplomats and defense chiefs were meeting in Washington on Friday, looking to tamp down tensions on other issues that have put a chill on relations between the…
In our news wrap Tuesday, Cesar Sayoc, the man accused of sending pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and critics of President Trump, appeared in federal court in New York. He faces up to 48 years in prison if convicted on…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The prosecution comes amid heightened trade tensions between China and the U.S. and as the Trump administration raises alarms that Beijing remains intent on stealing technology and inventions to gain an economic upper hand.
By Paul Solman
There are a number of ways China could fight back against U.S. tariffs. The question is whether those steps would hurt China more than the U.S.
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