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U.S. toughens stance on foreign deals in blow to China’s buying...

Chinese companies and investors eyeing U.S. assets could face more roadblocks as a result, at a time when the Chinese government is also restricting the flow of capital out of China following a bonanza of Chinese overseas deals.

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Fentanyl in the form of a highly lethal, synthetic opioid that’s been making its way through the U.S. over the last decade. The largest source of this illicit drug is China.

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

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Transcript: Larry Kudlow on “Face the Nation,” August 25, 2019

he president was asked this morning if he regretted escalating the trade war with China. Then the White House released a statement saying, "he meant to say he only regretted not raising tariffs further."

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US-North Korea talks are faltering. Trump is blaming China

Trump thinks Beijing could be riled up over the US-Chinese trade war. The Trump administration is having trouble navigating talks with North Korea — and the president...

Portland’s Old Chinatown is Fading—We Visited Every Chinese Restaurant That’s Still There

Old Town's Chinatown, founded as "New Chinatown" in the 1870s, is nonetheless one of the oldest in the country. But lately most of the city's Chinese population, and most of its best Chinese food, has moved to the new New Chinatown on 82nd Avenue

Coronavirus victims are anonymous – on purpose. Releasing their names would be a disaster.

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