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Linwood Lothrop, a county official in rural Maine, is shopping for several hundred new digital radios for local police, fire and ambulance personnel. Among...
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Thousands of Americans have reportedly signed onto a class action lawsuit in the US state of Florida which seeks compensation from the Chinese Government for COVID-19 damages, as Western politicians increasingly call for accountability.
Chinese airlines are likely to buy more than 7,000 planes worth $1.1 trillion over the next 20 years, as they grow their fleets to...
Ivanka Trump’s new Chinese trademark applications raise fresh concerns over family’s business interests
A wave of Chinese trademark applications filed by Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka has raised fresh concerns over whether the Trump family’s business interests may unduly influence foreign relations.
Charles Lieber, the chair of Harvard University's Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, has been arrested and criminally charged with making "false, fictitious and fraudulent statements" to the U.S. Defense Department about his ties to a Chinese government program to recruit foreign scientists and researchers.
Mr Biden has defended his son's work, accusing Mr Trump of only attacking his son because he feels his re-election is under threat from the Democrat frontrunner.
Amid increasing tensions with Beijing, the Pentagon on Tuesday released a new report that lays out U.S. concerns about China’s growing military might, underscoring worries about a possible attack against Taiwan.
The Trump administration is considering sanctions against Chinese senior officials and companies to punish Beijing’s detention of hundreds of thousands of ethnic Uighurs and...
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC on Monday that U.S. tariffs are hurting China’s economy and Beijing’s ability to create jobs to stave off domestic disorder.