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The Department of Justice is accusing the Chinese telecom giant of racketeering and conspiracy to steal trade secrets from U.S. companies. The Trump administration has security concerns about Huawei.
So far, only 15 cases of coronavirus disease have been identified in the U.S. But if large numbers of people were to suddenly get infected, would hospitals be prepared to cope?
"Foreign service officers are wondering if it is safe to express concerns about policy, even behind closed doors," the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine said during remarks at Georgetown University.
The apology seemed to be an attempt to turn the page for the embattled team amid criticism that the punishment meted out by the league was too light given the scale and longevity of the cheating.
The company, which operates 30 newsrooms in 14 states, announced a Chapter 11 restructuring. Saddled with debt and pension obligations, McClatchy said it will operate as normal during the process.
Here are recommendations from researchers on how to stave off infectious diseases such as the common cold and the flu during a flight.
The move is aimed at helping Sudan get off the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism. The bombing of the USS Cole in 2000 killed 17 people aboard the ship.
The Ivy League schools have been singled out in a federal crackdown on institutions of higher learning for allegedly not reporting hundreds of millions of dollars in foreign donations.
Some Democrats say the success of Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar, in New Hampshire signals a growing energy among moderates. Others worry about a divided focus.
Secrecy was the strategy for Iowa Democrats when it came to planning the caucus process. Experts say now that decision compounded an environment ripe for manipulation.
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Los Angeles County will vote on Measure R on March 3.
Democratic presidential hopefuls have been trying all sorts of tactics to make themselves stand out in a crowded field—campaign events, advertisements, and social media.
On March 3, Los Angeles County will vote on Measure R, which would give the L.A. Sheriff Department’s civilian oversight board increased subpoena power.
The Denkmann Report: Checking In On Race For Katie Hill’s CA-25 Seat, A Rematch In LA City Council District 12 And More| February 13 2020, 9:27 AM
California’s primary is less than a month away, and there’s a lot of information for voters to process before the polls open.
The publisher of theSacramento Bee, the Miami Herald, The Kansas City Star and dozens of other newspapers across the country has filed for bankruptcy protection.
Roses Smell Good. Chocolates Are Sweet. But What's The Most Romantic Valentine's Gesture You've Ever Received?| February 13 2020, 9:08 AM
For people who celebrate Valentine’s Day, it’s a special time to celebrate our significant others and show them how much we love them. Some people take it further and try to sweep their sweethearts off their feet.
Virtually unknown to his tenants or the public, Mike Nijjar is one of the biggest landlords in the state. Companies he is connected to make up a vast rental empire centered in some of the poorest parts of Southern California.