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Historic sale of the L.A. Times to billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong to close on Monday

Biotech billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong on Monday will take control of the Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune, two historic newspapers rooted in Southern California civic life for more than 135 years — that now must adapt for the digital age.

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San Francisco Opera today announced additional details for the Company's world premiere commission DREAM OF THE RED CHAMBER by renowned Chinese-American composer Bright Sheng,...

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New Chinese Immigrants Are Different From Chinese Americans And Proud Of It

The boisterous new diaspora from China is of a different breed. Their voice in the U.S. will only become louder as their home country becomes more powerful.

Top U.S. general says committed to working through difficulties with China

There are many difficult issues between the United States and China but both share a commitment to work through them, the United States' top...

U.S. Justice Department lays charges against 2 Chinese citizens in massive data breach

'Hundreds of gigabytes' of data hacked from 12 countries, including Canada. The U.S. Justice Department has charged two Chinese citizens with carrying out an extensive...

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State Department sources say they know American residents -- either US citizens or people with legal status in the United States -- are being...

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For Apple, this summer is closing with good news and bad news. On the one hand, its financials suggest that as iPhone sales plateau globally,...

China Move Toward Lower Duties on U.S. Imports Lifts Auto Stocks

Progress toward easing the steep tariffs China imposed on U.S. vehicle imports this year lifted carmaker stocks across the globe, as investors wagered on a thawing of tensions that have damaged the world’s biggest automotive market.