US Considers Broad Curbs on Chinese Imports, Takeovers

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US Considers Broad Curbs on Chinese Imports, Takeovers

Bloomberg8 hours ago
An announcement following an investigation by the U.S. Trade Representative’s office into China’s IP practices is expected in the coming weeks, potentially handing President Donald Trump further cause to impose trade restrictions. His announcement last week of tariffs on steel and aluminum imports has …
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Trump Sees Sign of Progress in Possible North Korea Talks With US

BloombergMar. 6, 2018
But a top administration official, briefing reporters on condition of anonymity, said North Korea had earned skepticism in Washington through decades of failed peace deals and that Kim’s regime would need to do more than temporarily halt weapons tests before the U.S. would agree to talks. Many analysts …
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Second Winter Storm in a Week Heads to New York Region

U.S. News & World Report1 hour ago
A woman walks as snow falls in Times Square in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., March 7, 2018. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky … The governors of New Jersey and Pennsylvania declared states of emergency, which gives them access to support from the U.S. government if needed. New Jersey’s …
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DowDuPont Says Trump Steel Tariffs Hurt Case for New US Plants

Bloomberg13 hours ago
Rising U.S. exports of propane and ethane, the gas liquids that Dow converts into chemicals and plastics, already threaten to narrow U.S. profit margins. Steel tariffs would reduce U.S. profitability further, he said. Nearly half of all U.S. manufacturing investment for the past two years has been for chemical …
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US Justice Department Sues California Over ‘Sanctuary’ Policies

U.S. News & World Report10 hours ago
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department sued the state of California over so-called “sanctuary” policies that try to … The Justice Department lawsuit cites a provision of the U.S. Constitution known as the “Supremacy Clause,” under which federal laws trump state laws.
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Trump Says US Working Hard to Prevent 2018 Election Meddling

Bloomberg15 hours ago
The Internet Research Agency, a Russian organization, and the defendants began working in 2014 to interfere in U.S. elections, according to the indictment. They used false personas and social media while also staging political rallies and communicating with “unwitting individuals” associated with the …
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Almost All Anti-GMO Articles in the US Are ‘Clickbait’ Promoted By …

American Council on Science and HealthMar. 5, 2018
The results showed that Russia Today, recently rebranded as and considered a propaganda site, accounted for 34 percent of GMO-related articles. Along with Sputnik, they carried more GMO-related articles than CNN, Fox, Breitbart, MSNBC, and the most anti-GMO site in the US, Huffington Post, …
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US scientists plot return to the Moon’s surface

Nature.com20 hours ago
When Apollo astronaut Eugene Cernan stepped off the Moon in December 1972, it marked the end of US researchers’ access to the lunar surface. Since then, no USmission has touched down there to collect scientific data. That could soon change. In December, President Donald Trump ordered NASA to …
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US Calls Broadcom’s Bid for Qualcomm a National Security Risk

New York Times14 hours ago
A government panel, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, or Cfius, noted, in part, that the potential risk was related to Broadcom’s relationships with foreign entities, according to a letter from a United States Treasury official. It also said that the deal could weaken “Qualcomm’s …
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US Will Be the World’s Largest Oil Producer by 2023, Says IEA

Wall Street JournalMar. 5, 2018
The U.S. is likely to overtake Russia to become the world’s largest oil producer by 2023, accounting for most of the global growth in petroleum supplies, a top industry monitor said Monday. U.S. crude production is expected to reach a record of 12.1 million barrels a day in 2023, up from 10.6 million a day …

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