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  • Ex-FBI lawyer to plead guilty to falsifying documents in Russia inquiry; first case brought in DOJ review news

    Former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith was charged with making false statements in the Russia inquiry.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 13:44:31 -0400
  • What Harris Got from Biden During Her Job Interview news

    Unlike Joe Biden in 2008, Kamala Harris had almost no negotiating leverage. But that may be beside the point.

    Thu, 13 Aug 2020 23:10:14 -0400
  • Oregon State Police Withdraws from Portland Courthouse after D.A. Announces He Won’t Prosecute Most Rioters news

    Oregon state police are backing out of an agreement to protect the Portland federal courthouse from rioters, after the Multnomah County district attorney announced he will not prosecute most rioters who are arrested.Portland has seen riots almost every night since the May death of George Floyd, an African American man killed during his arrest by Minneapolis police officers. Rioters initially targeted the federal courthouse in the city, but after federal and state law enforcement came to an agreement to jointly protect the courthouse, rioters moved on to attack city police.Multnomah County D.A. Mike Schmidt announced on Tuesday that his office would not prosecute most rioters who have been arrested, except where charges include deliberate property damage, theft, or threat of violence. Police have arrested over 500 people since the riots began, but less than 50 have been prosecuted so far.Oregon state police told KOIN 6 on Thursday that they are ending their deployment at Portland's federal courthouse because of anger over Schmidt's decision after being called in to assist as part of the agreement reached between local authorities and the federal government.“The Oregon State Police is continually reassessing our resources and the needs of our partner agencies and at this time we are inclined to move those resources back to counties where prosecution of criminal conduct is still a priority," OSP said in a statement.Governor Kate Brown said the withdrawal was being coordinated between all relevant agencies."This transition was made in coordination with local and federal officials," Brown wrote on Twitter. "If further state support is needed in Portland, OSP troopers will be available to return to the city.""The OSP Troopers assigned to this event demonstrated the best traditions of the agency's commitment to service, however, our initial commitment to the City of Portland has concluded and it is time we integrate this valuable resource back to their respective communities," OSP said in a statement to National Review. "OSP will always be here for Portland, as we have for decades and I'll continue to assess subsequent resource demands with the Portland Police Bureau Chief, whom I have a great deal of respect for and a strong working relationship."

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 08:50:02 -0400
  • Mexican government forces out over 1,000 immigration officials accused of corruption

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    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 20:24:14 -0400
  • Chainsaw-wielding men covered in blood arrested on Toronto beach news

    Two men have been arrested after appearing on a Canadian beach spattered in blood and wielding chainsaws.Witnesses alleged that they menaced and “charged” at various people gathered at Toronto‘s Cherry Beach on Sunday morning, before police quickly intervened, responding to reports of a large fight.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 12:54:00 -0400
  • American tourists are further banned from entering Canada until September and 'citizen detectives' are on the lookout news

    Fear of Americans bringing the coronavirus across the border has led Canadians to report cars with foreign license plates to the police, or vandalize them.

    Sat, 15 Aug 2020 10:36:25 -0400
  • You Need These High-Design Lawn Games to Maximize Summer Fun

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    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 10:00:00 -0400
  • Bald eagle takes down government drone news

    The device was mapping shoreline erosion when it was attacked in the air.

    Thu, 13 Aug 2020 19:24:00 -0400
  • Authorities to allow sea lion killing to help struggling salmon population news

    U.S. authorities on Friday gave wildlife managers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho permission to start killing hundreds of sea lions in the Columbia River basin in hopes of helping struggling salmon and steelhead trout.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 18:27:39 -0400
  • China attacks new US demand to register Confucius Institutes news

    China accused the United States on Friday of trying to “demonize and stigmatize” relations between the two countries, in a scathing attack on the Trump administration's designation of Chinese-funded language and culture programs in the U.S. as foreign missions of the Chinese Communist Party. Foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said branches of the Confucius Institute U.S. Center operating at U.S. schools and colleges are a “bridge and link to help people from all over the world learn Chinese, understand China, and strengthen educational and cultural exchanges and cooperation between China and other countries." Zhao said the accusations against the institutes were without basis and were motivated by “ideological prejudice and self-interest."

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 07:17:29 -0400
  • Herman Cain died two weeks ago, but his social media accounts are still bashing Democrats news

    "How well prepared is Kamala Harris for the presidency? We take a look. We're not impressed and you won't be either," said a post on Cain's account.

    Thu, 13 Aug 2020 18:58:19 -0400
  • He used social media to pimp a 14-year-old in Miami airport hotels, cops say. He’s 17 news

    A 14-year-old runaway told cops she got sold for sex at hotels across the street from Miami International Airport up to five times a day, according to a police report. The first statutory rapist called himself “Slime,” the girl said. He paid in Percocet.

    Thu, 13 Aug 2020 17:45:00 -0400
  • U.S. judge dismisses NRA lawsuit challenging gun shop closures in New York state news

    A federal judge on Friday dismissed the National Rifle Association's lawsuit challenging New York's decision to close gun stores in the state in the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic. The decision came eight days after New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the gun rights group, accusing senior leaders of corruption including the improper diversion of millions of dollars. U.S. District Judge Mae D'Agostino said the NRA lacked standing to challenge on behalf of its members a March 20 executive order by Governor Andrew Cuomo requiring gun stores to close in the state because they were "non-essential" businesses.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 16:24:00 -0400
  • Antifa website redirected to Biden’s campaign site causes right-wing conspiracy meltdown news

    The website for anti-facist group Antifa redirected to Joe Biden‘s campaign website on Wednesday, which led some people to claim that the Democrats are connected to the organisation.For a few hours on Wednesday, redirected to, the campaign website of the presumptive Democratic candidate for president, before it returned back to the original page of the group Donald Trump has described as being run by “anarchists.”

    Thu, 13 Aug 2020 17:23:43 -0400
  • North Korea's leader is tapping his own private food reserve to feed the country, and it could be a worrying sign news

    "It reflects the perfect storm of economic stresses that North Korea is suffering right now," a former CIA branch chief in Korea told Insider.

    Sat, 15 Aug 2020 08:00:00 -0400
  • A 3rd body cam video from George Floyd's fatal arrest shows a crowd of shocked bystanders demanding officers to check his pulse news

    The new body cam footage was taken from ex-officer Tou Thao, who held back a crowd of horrified bystanders while his colleagues restrained Floyd.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 11:57:56 -0400
  • 3 women arrested for allegedly attacking a Chili's host for enforcing social distancing news

    "I was kind of fighting for my life," restaurant hostess Kelsy Wallace, 17, said. "I was really scared, calling out for my mama."

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 14:57:00 -0400
  • Wild boar who stole German nudist's clothes to be culled news

    A trained marksman is to be deployed to shoot a wild boar that stole the clothes of a naked German man, Berlin authorities said on Friday. The boar made international headlines last week after photographs of the portly nudist giving chase were shared on social media. But in a sad postscript to the incident, the local forestry department said yesterday (FRI) the boar would have to be killed as it has lost its fear of humans and presents a danger to public safety. The boar in question emerged from the forest with two cubs last week and made its way through crowds of Berliners seeking to cool off in the Teufelsee, one of the city’s many lakes. “You have to put yourself in the boar’s position,” Katja Kammer of the Grunewald forestry department told local RBB television. “The sun is hot on its black fur. So it heads for water or into a swamp.” Forestry officials have been tracking the boar in question for some time, Ms Kammer said. “Fortunately, there have not been any serious incidents involving wild boar at the Teufelssee.” Wild boar numbers are regularly controlled by licensed hunters around Berlin and many other major German cities. When the population becomes too high. the boars emerge from the forests to look for food and can turn aggressive when they encounters humans. In one famous incident, four people including a police officer were injured when they were attacked by a 265-pound boar that had wandered into the Berlin neighbourhood of Charlottenburg in 2012.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 11:24:29 -0400
  • US seizes millions of dollars of Iranian fuel bound for Venezuela news

    The US says it seized 1.1 million barrels of fuel from four tankers en route to Venezuela.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 16:47:12 -0400
  • 43 felony charges, new task forces: Here's what Chicago is doing to combat potential looting news

    Dozens of people have been charged in connection with widespread looting in downtown Chicago earlier this week, the county prosecutor said.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 17:33:33 -0400
  • Indiana police to stop blocking roads during executions news

    Indiana State Police agreed Friday to stop blocking roads to a prison where federal executions resumed last month and are set to continue, backing down after anti-death penalty activists said in a lawsuit the roadblocks impeded their free speech rights. During the first three federal executions in July following a 17-year hiatus, troopers shut main roads to the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana, where all federal executions are carried out by lethal injection. A joint notice filed in Indianapolis federal court says state police will no longer prevent demonstrators from convening near an intersection across from the sprawling prison.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 18:38:37 -0400
  • U.N. says Mali army chief left village unprotected before massacre

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    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 12:59:40 -0400
  • Why this absentee voter says she's 'extremely concerned' about Trump's attacks on the Postal Service news

    Polarized is a weekly series featuring Americans from all 50 states sharing their views on the 2020 elections. Click here if you would like to be a part of this projectGloria Jean Matzig will vote for the tenth time this year by casting an absentee ballot from Germany, where she has lived for over 30 years.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 13:17:55 -0400
  • Fauci slammed Tucker Carlson, saying he 'triggers some of the crazies' to attack him and that it's 'ridiculous' that he needs personal security to protect him news

    Fox News host Tucker Carlson has repeatedly criticized infectious-diseases expert Anthony Fauci's expertise of late.

    Sat, 15 Aug 2020 05:21:32 -0400
  • An Arizona school district canceled its reopening plans because too many teachers refused to show up news

    Nearly half the teachers in the J.O. Combs Unified School District said they would not show up. Arizona has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Sat, 15 Aug 2020 08:05:44 -0400
  • Amber Alert resolved for 16-year-old Florida teenager, authorities say news

    UPDATE: The Amber Alert for the unidentified 16-year-old girl has been resolved Friday night, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 14:09:13 -0400
  • New Jeffrey Epstein Victims, Including 11-Year-Old Girl, Come Forward in Lawsuit news

    A Florida woman who alleges Jeffrey Epstein sexually assaulted her when she was 11-years-old is among nine accusers who have filed a new lawsuit against the millionaire pedophile’s estate.The lawsuit, filed Thursday in Manhattan Supreme Court, alleges Epstein sexually abused them from as early as 1978—far earlier than Epstein’s previously known instances of abuse—and continued until 2004. Five of the women in the lawsuit claim they were underage when they were abused, including a Tennessee woman who says she was 13 when the financier raped her multiple times. The other four women in the lawsuit were over 18. They were part of a “massive sex trafficking network” run by Epstein for him and his wealthy and powerful friends, it claims.Victoria’s Secret Mogul May Finally Have to Explain His Epstein Ties“These nine Plaintiffs come forward to stand up for themselves and others, after they were sexually abused and assaulted by Epstein,” the lawsuit says. “Some... were raped by Epstein, repeatedly.”Epstein, 66, was found dead by suicide in his jail cell at Manhattan Correction Center last month. The sex offender was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges for allegedly abusing dozens of underage girls over two decades, beginning in the 1990s. The charges came 12 years after the disgraced businessman pleaded guilty in state court in Florida to soliciting prostitution. He was sentenced to 18 months behind bars in a widely criticized plea deal, and served 13 before he was released.Some of the most shocking claims detailed in the new suit relate to the woman from Tennessee, whose alleged abuse started in 1978 when she was 13, and continued for a long period. Epstein “sexually assaulted, abused, battered and raped her multiple times,” the lawsuit says.This assault is the oldest abuse allegation against Epstein, who would have been 25 at the time and working on Wall Street after leaving his teaching gig at the Manhattan prep school Dalton. A woman from Florida alleges in the suit that, in 1993, when she was just 11 years old, Epstein “sexually assaulted, abused, battered and digitally penetrated her on three, separate occasions.” She also alleges Epstein forced her “to perform oral sex on him,” according to the lawsuit. How We Got the Scoop on Jeffrey Epstein’s Arrest“As a result of the aforementioned sexual abuse, [the woman] suffered and continues to suffer from severe and serious injuries including... severe emotional distress and physical manifestations thereof,” the lawsuit states.The women were allegedly sexually abused by Epstein and his associates in New York, Florida, New Mexico, California, and the United States Virgin Islands—but the suit also claims abuse happened in South Carolina, a location not mentioned in previous lawsuits and criminal cases against Epstein. The suit doesn’t detail how the females met Epstein, or how they came to file a lawsuit together. They were able to sue Epstein’s estate due to New York’s Child Victims Act—which allows individuals abused as children to bring claims regardless of the statute of limitations.Dozens of victims have laid claim to Epstein’s estate, which includes his unsold $88 million Manhattan mansion.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 17:30:01 -0400
  • Killings of two female U.S. service members prompt families to demand change news

    The recent killings of two young servicewomen, Vanessa Guillen and Natasha Aposhian, highlight issues of sexual harassment and assault in the U.S. military. Their families are now leading the fight for a change in the way the military investigates those crimes.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 09:00:00 -0400
  • 34 Camping Essentials for Your RV, Trailer, or Badass Camper Van

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    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 17:11:00 -0400
  • Police: North Carolina man faces murder charge in shooting death of 5-year-old boy news

    Darius Sessoms, 25, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant in North Carolina.

    Thu, 13 Aug 2020 21:27:41 -0400
  • North Korea lifts lockdown in city, rejects flood, virus aid news

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un lifted a lockdown in a major city near the border with South Korea where thousands had been quarantined for weeks over coronavirus worries, state media said Friday. Pyongyang’s official Korean Central News Agency also said Kim replaced Kim Jae Ryong as premier following an evaluation of the Cabinet’s economic performance and appointed Kim Tok Hun as his successor. Entering the last year of an ambitious five-year national development plan, Kim Jong Un in December declared a “frontal breakthrough” against international sanctions while urging his nation to stay resilient in a struggle for economic self-reliance.

    Thu, 13 Aug 2020 20:44:22 -0400
  • Israel-UAE deal a Trump coup, but his sights are set on Iran news

    The Israel-UAE agreement gives the United States a rare diplomatic success in the Middle East -- but it is Iran which President Donald Trump has in his sights, with a strategy that now shifts to the United Nations.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 18:36:57 -0400
  • The machines USPS is removing from distribution centers can sort more than 36,000 pieces of mail per hour. Here's how they work. news

    Each machine can sort up to 36,000 pieces of mail per hour including letters and post cards.

    Sat, 15 Aug 2020 08:03:00 -0400
  • US economist proposes $12 trillion in slavery reparations to eliminate black-white wealth gap news

    A renowned economist has said that $12 trillion should be afforded to black Americans in reparation for slavery to help the close wealth gap.Duke University professor, William Darity Jr, and writer, Kirsten Mullen, jointly published a report for The Roosevelt Institute, an American liberal think tank, laying out a case for slavery reparations.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 10:13:52 -0400
  • Nigerian police rescue Kano man locked up in his parents' garage news

    The emaciated aged 30 had been left for at least three years without proper care, police say.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 12:52:41 -0400
  • Greece has secretly sent away more than 1,000 migrants, taking them to the edge of the country's territorial waters and then abandoning them at sea news

    "I left Syria for fear of bombing — but when this happened, I wished I'd died under a bomb," Najma al-Khatib told The Times.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 23:11:00 -0400
  • U.S. Navy carrier conducted exercises in South China Sea on Aug. 14 news

    A U.S. Navy aircraft carrier conducted exercises in the contested South China Sea on Friday, the U.S. navy said in a statement. A strike group led by the USS Ronald Reagan conducted flight operations and high-end maritime stability operations and exercises, the statement said. "Integration with our joint partners is essential to ensuring joint force responsiveness and lethality, and maintaining a free and open Indo-Pacific," U.S. Navy Commander Joshua Fagan, Task Force 70 air operations officer aboard USS Ronald Reagan, was quoted as saying.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 22:33:04 -0400
  • Bison violently attacks motorcyclist in South Dakota news

    A motorcyclist has survived a violent attack by a bison in the Black Hills of South Dakota, sheriff’s officials said.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 14:04:51 -0400
  • ‘Wish I had my baby back.’ Suspect who shot Indiana toddler in mom’s car wanted by FBI news

    “This little girl’s life was stripped from her in an act of senseless violence.”

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 12:08:22 -0400
  • Fact check: Obama did not resettle 70,000 Somali immigrants in Minnesota news

    The claim that Rep. Ilhan Omar's district received a majority of resettled Somali refugees is false.

    Thu, 13 Aug 2020 17:21:02 -0400
  • US sees embarrassing UN defeat over Iran arms embargo proposal news

    Just one country joins US in vote, highlighting Washington’s isolation as it seeks more drastic action against IranThe US has suffered a humiliating defeat at the United Nations as its proposal to extend an arms embargo on Iran won support from only the Dominican Republic at the security council vote.The US resolution was never likely to be passed in the face of Russian and Chinese opposition. It was proposed as a ploy by the Trump administration to open the way to more drastic action against Iran.But the scale of the defeat on Friday underlined US isolation on the world stage ahead of a major diplomatic confrontation that threatens to consume the security council and further sap its authority.The US stripped anti-Iran rhetoric from earlier drafts of the resolution in the hope of recruiting more supporters, but its insistence that an extension to the UN embargo would be indefinite made that impossible. Estonia and Tunisia withstood eleventh-hour US pressure to support the revised draft, a measure of diminished American clout at the UN. Russia and China voted against the resolution, the US and the Dominican Republic voted in favour, and all the other council members abstained.In his response to the vote, the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, lashed out at other member states.“The Security Council’s failure to act decisively in defense of international peace and security is inexcusable,” he said in a statement issued even before the result of the vote had been declared.US officials have said that following the defeat of the arms embargo resolution, they would embark within days on a legally controversial tactic in an effort to restore UN sanctions lifted when Iran signed a nuclear deal with major powers in 2015.The deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), has a mechanism that allows any of the parties to the agreement to “snap back” UN sanctions on Iran.Trump withdrew the US from the JCPOA in 2018 but US diplomats and lawyers will argue it is still technically a party to the agreement and therefore empowered to snap back sanctions. Most of the rest of the world, including some of Washington’s closest allies, disagrees, but the Trump administration has so far shown itself ready to proceed virtually alone.“The US goal this week has pretty obviously been to table a resolution that will fail, so they’ve got an excuse for going to snapback next week,” Richard Gowan, UN director at the International Crisis Group. “It’s just a little bit embarrassing that it has failed so badly.”The US special envoy on Iran, Brian Hook, announced his resignation days before the arms embargo resolution at the UN.If the US proceeds with its snapback plan, it could lead to a situation in which there is no agreement on the status of UN arms sanctions, with the US declaring they are in effect and most other countries insisting there are not.“Frankly, we’re soon going to be entering what you could call ‘security council in Wonderland’, by which the US will claim that the snapback train is rolling and others refuse to accept that,” Gowan said. “There will be lots of procedural fights in the council. But basically there will be two realities.”The UK could find itself trapped between those two realities, forced to choose between them. London so far has stuck closely to an agreed European line with France and Germany.“It appears the UK has chosen to put its security relationship with Paris and Berlin ahead of its desire for a Brexit trade deal with the US,” Gowan said.Vladimir Putin has suggested a videoconference summit on Iran, and the Élysée Palace in Paris signaled that Emmanuel Macron was open to the suggestion. Donald Trump said he had heard about the proposal but had not been told the details. Trump and Macron spoke by phone on Friday but the White House account of the call did not mention the proposed summit.Suzanne DiMaggio, senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment Institute for Peace, said that the US focus was not on building coalitions on the issue but on provoking a diplomatic confrontation at the UN to please Trump’s core supporters.She said the ultimate US aim was also to try to provoke Iran into a reaction, possibly leaving the JCPOA itself, or even expel international nuclear inspectors.“It is a scorched-earth approach, destroying the JCPOA in order to make it difficult for a Biden administration, and for the Iranians, to return to it,” DiMaggio said. “They’re not concerned with keeping a lid on Iran’s nuclear program. They really want to kill this deal.”

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 19:21:20 -0400
  • The US said federal agents have seized millions of dollars in bitcoin from terrorist groups al-Qaeda and Hamas news

    Officials said it's the US government's "largest-ever" seizure of cryptocurrency accounts controlled by terrorist organizations.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 14:38:50 -0400
  • After months of haggling, Lockheed moves on German air defense bid news

    Lockheed Martin and MBDA Deutschland have submitted another bid for Germany’s next-generation air defense system, following negotiations throughout the summer that some observers said nearly tanked the project.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 12:55:03 -0400
  • Texas testing drops as schools reopen, prepare for football news

    Anyone can get a coronavirus test at the CentroMed clinic in San Antonio, but on a recent day, the drive-thru was empty. With hundreds of deaths reported each day, students returning to class and football teams charging ahead with plans to play, Texas leaders who grappled with testing shortages for much of the pandemic are now facing the opposite problem: not enough takers. “We’re not having enough people step forward,” Republican Gov. Greg Abbott said.

    Sat, 15 Aug 2020 10:20:34 -0400
  • Thousands of miles from home, coronavirus took their lives — and the economic lifelines of their families news

    They died in the United States of COVID-19. Finally, their ashes are returning to Mexico.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 20:07:40 -0400
  • Opinion: Before proposing a new wealth tax, maybe California should actually try studying it first news

    With less than three weeks left in this year's legislative session, a powerful union and some Democratic allies try to push through a novel tax on wealth that would apply even to some nonresidents. What could possibly go wrong?

    Thu, 13 Aug 2020 18:23:11 -0400
  • Australia surfer saves wife by punching shark news

    A husband leapt on to the shark as it attacked his wife off Port Macquarie, New South Wales.

    Sat, 15 Aug 2020 07:38:19 -0400
  • He was working security at a Key West bar. Police say he’s part of a murder plot news

    Key West police and U.S. Marshals arrested a man working security at a bar in the Southernmost City this week who is a suspect in a stalking and attempted murder case in Nebraska.

    Sat, 15 Aug 2020 06:00:00 -0400
  • Hillary Clinton would 'consider' working for a Biden administration news

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she would consider a role in Joe Biden's administration if the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee is elected in November."I'm ready to help in any way I can because I think this will be a moment where every American – I don't care what party you are, I don't care what age, race, gender, I don't care – every American should want to fix our country," Ms Clinton said.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 09:53:00 -0400
  • Exclusive: U.S.-China trade deal review postponed as China ramps up farm, energy purchases news

    The United States and China have delayed a review of their Phase 1 trade deal initially slated for Saturday, sources familiar with the plans told Reuters, citing scheduling conflicts and the need to allow time for more Chinese purchases of U.S. exports. No new date for the initial six-month compliance review between U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He has been agreed, the sources said. The officials were expected to hold a videoconference on Saturday, the six-month anniversary of the trade deal's Feb. 15 entry into force as the coronavirus pandemic began spreading globally.

    Fri, 14 Aug 2020 12:26:37 -0400
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