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The president said he was having second thoughts after hiking tariffs on Chinese goods and threatening to force U.S. companies out of China. The White House said his comments were misinterpreted.
25.08.2019 17:12
Walsh supported Trump during his 2016 campaign but of late has offered a bitter critique of the president, calling him a liar, bully and unfit for office. Walsh has also attacked Trump from the right.
25.08.2019 16:06
The Instrument of Hope, a trumpet made partly of bullets and inspired by the survivors of the 2018 Parkland, Fla., mass shooting, is touring the country to promote healing.
25.08.2019 13:22
In 2014, Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement was beset by divisions. Now various protest factions are working together. "If either one gets hurt, we feel the other's pain," says a moderate lawmaker.
25.08.2019 13:06
The Cody Firearms Museum in northwest Wyoming just got a makeover. It's moved away from being a monument to guns and toward being an educational space.
25.08.2019 13:06
Historic portraits of revered scientists and doctors can be found all over medical schools and universities — and, as it happens, most feature white men. Some say this sends the wrong message.
25.08.2019 13:06
Even in retirement, the former Senate majority leader is calling to change the rules. Reid tells NPR the filibuster is obstructing the Senate from tackling big issues like climate change and gun laws.
25.08.2019 12:49
Even well-intended comments about weight and dieting can actually harm children. Here's advice for how to set kids up for a healthy life and a positive self-image.
25.08.2019 12:30
Evangelicals are emerging as the most reliable U.S. supporters of the Israeli government and as the fastest-growing segment of the Israeli tourism market.
25.08.2019 11:00
The U.S. alleged that the tanker, which was seized in July, was carrying 2.1 million barrels of crude oil to Syria in violation of an international embargo.
24.08.2019 22:52
Shortages affecting hospitals and clinics are a perilous example of an economic crisis that has worsened since the U.S. imposed economic and financial penalties on the country.
24.08.2019 19:12
Pro-democracy demonstrators barricaded roads with bamboo and hurled bricks at authorities. They also tore down "smart lampposts" they fear are being used for surveillance by authorities in China.
24.08.2019 18:13
Just before leaving Washington, D.C., Friday, President Trump hiked tariffs on Chinese imports and threatened to force American companies to leave China.
24.08.2019 17:19
The government wants to withhold flu shots from migrants in detention centers even though doctors advise vaccinations for all detainees promptly upon arrival.
24.08.2019 13:30
A young scientist decided that one way to get girls into science would be by painting neurons and parasitic worms on her nails.
24.08.2019 12:01

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