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Hiring Dips As U.S. Adds Just 20,000 Jobs In February
By Christopher Rugaber, AP
A weaker global economy, a trade war with China and signs of caution among consumers likely contributed to slow growth.
Guy Accidentally Crashes A Dull Ceremony In The Most Hilarious Way
Every long, boring ceremony should get an interruption like this.
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Lawmakers Slam Trump’s ‘Inadequate’ Response To China’s Alleged Abuse Of Muslims
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has urged the Trump administration to hold Beijing "accountable" for their alleged persecution of Uighurs.
Trump To Delay March 1 China Tariffs Amid Trade Talks
The president tweeted about “substantial” progress in those talks and a possible summit with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
Trade Chief Dumbs Down Contract Term After Donald Trump Doesn't Get It
Robert Lighthizer said a document will be called a "trade agreement" because "memorandum of understanding" didn't track for Trump.
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Trump Trade War Triggering $1.9 Billion Plunge In Farm Exports: USDA
Soybean exports to China have fallen more than 90 percent.
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'Moment Of Reckoning': Cities Burn Recyclables After China Bans Imports
By Oliver Milman, The Guardian U.S.
This new reality risks an increase of plumes of toxic pollution that threaten many black and Latino communities.
China Bans Tourists From Its Mount Everest Base Camp, Citing Deluge Of Trash: Reports
Only people with proper mountaineering permits and select researchers will reportedly be able to access the base camp on the Chinese side.
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China Social Media Erupts Over A Top Model's Freckles In Surprise Ad
A nation grapples with its views of women's beauty.
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Twitter Users Livid After Trump Seems To Mock Chinese President's Accent
One Twitter user pointed out Trump's imitation of Xi Jinping came while he was praising the Chinese leader.
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Girl Falls Into Giant Panda Enclosure At Chinese Breeding Center
The research facility in Sichuan province said pandas aren't as docile as they may appear.
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Trump Trade War Helps Push Farmers Into Record Number Of Bankruptcies
Dairy farmers were counting on China milk buyers before the trade war. "The problem is both nations have stubborn leaders," an industry analyst said.
China Gives Ivanka Trump 5 New Trademarks Ahead Of Trade Talks With U.S.
The preliminary approvals could expose the U.S. to Chinese pressure in next week's negotiations, critics say.
China Grants Ivanka Trump 5 Trademarks Amid Trade Talks
The president's daughter, who also serves as his White House adviser, has raised ethical concerns with her expanding intellectual property holdings.
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How America's Junk Food Problem Made Its Way To China
Fast-food companies like KFC and McDonald's have planted their flags overseas, encouraging a love affair with fast food that carries a heavy cost.
Chinese Tech Giant Huawei Fires Sales Director Accused By Poland Of Espionage
Polish authorities have accused Wang Weijing of spying on behalf of China.
See The First Ever Panoramic Photo Of The Far Side Of The Moon From China's Chang'e 4
China's space agency hopes the lander mission will tell us more about the moon's history.
China Just Made History In Moon Landing. What Will The U.S. Do About It?
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Trump sees China as a military threat in space.
Chinese ‘Jack The Ripper’ Executed For Murdering 11 Girls And Women
By Sara C. Nelson, HuffPost UK
Gao Chengyong was found guilty of multiple counts of murder, rape, robbery and the mutilation of corpses between 1988 and 2002.
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China's Lunar Landing May Mean Potatoes And Flowers Grow On The Moon
The Chinese Space Agency sent potatoes, flowers and other species to grow on the lunar surface.
China Becomes First Country To Land A Spacecraft On The Far Side Of The Moon
The Chang’e-4 probe has already sent back photos of the lunar surface.
Chinese Hackers Stole U.S. Companies’ Data, Says DOJ
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced that the Department of Justice is charging two Chinese citizens for hacking U.S. companies on behalf of the Chinese government.
US Sportswear Traced To Internment Camps Holding Detained Chinese Muslims
Chinese authorities are forcing some detained Uighurs and Kazakhs to work in factories, the AP reports.
Detention Of 2 Canadians Raises Stakes In China-U.S.-Canada Dispute
By Christopher Bodeen and Rob Gillies, AP
The two cases ratchet up pressure on Canada, which is holding Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies.
CFO Of China's Huawei Technologies Arrested In Canada
Meng Wanzhou, who is also the daughter of the company's founder, faces possible extradition to the United States.
Where Is He Jiankui? Chinese Scientist Who Gene-Edited Babies Reportedly Missing
The scientist has not been seen for several days, according to local news outlets. But officials from He's former university say he has not been detained.
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