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Chinese Tech Company Blocked From Buying American Components

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The Trump administration said Monday that it was halting exports from the United States to ZTE Corporation, a blow to one of China's best-known firms.
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James Comey got so freaked out by the fact he never saw Trump laugh he trawled YouTube looking for clips

James Comey got so freaked out by the fact he never saw Trump laugh he trawled YouTube looking for clips

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Former FBI director James Comey never saw Donald Trump laugh.
In his upcoming memoir, Comey says he was so unsettled he even searched YouTube for clips of the US president laughing.
"I suspect his apparent inability to so is rooted in deep insecurity, his inability to be vulnerable or to risk himself by appreciating the humor of others," Comey wrote.
James Comey has called Donald Trump "unethical" and "morally unfit to be president."
But the former FBI director also has a stranger criticism of the US president: He never seems to laugh.
In his upcoming memoir "A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies...
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The White House Warns on Russian Router Hacking, But Muddles the Message

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By scolding Russia for what looks like typical espionage, the US and UK are blurring red lines in cybersecurity.
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US reportedly weighs retaliation against China for restrictions on tech companies

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The U.S. trade representative's office is putting together a fresh trade complaint against China to retaliate for restrictions on high tech sectors, like cloud computing.
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New Delhi Journal: ‘Men Treat Us Like We Aren't Human.' Indian Girls Learn to Fight Back

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Women and girls by the hundreds are taking free self-defense courses taught by the New Delhi police, as the country combats sexual assault.
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Trump looks like he's about to hit back at China's crackdown on US tech companies

Trump looks like he's about to hit back at China's crackdown on US tech companies

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President Donald Trump is considering another round of trade action against China.
The US Trade Representative would look into the Chinese government's limits on US cloud computing companies.
A new investigation would push the US closer to a full-blown trade war with China.
President Donald Trump's administration is considering retaliatory action in response to China's limitations on US tech companies, according to a new report .
The Wall Street Journal's Bob Davis reported that the US Trade Representative is considering opening an investigation under Section 301 of the the Trade Act of...
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