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Biden: ‘Not There Yet’ on Easing of Tariffs on Chinese Goods

President Joe Biden on Wednesday said that it was too soon to make commitments on lifting U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods, but that his chief trade negotiator, Katherine Tai, was working on the issue.”I’d like to be able to be in a position where I could…

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Biden: ‘Not There Yet’ on Easing of Tariffs on Chinese Goods

President Joe Biden on Wednesday said that it was too soon to make commitments on lifting U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods, but that his chief trade negotiator, Katherine Tai, was working on the issue.”I’d like to be able to be in a position where I could…

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US Government to Distribute 400 Million High-Quality Face Masks

U.S. news outlets said Wednesday that the Biden administration will distribute 400 million high-quality face masks free of charge to the American people beginning next week.A White House official, speaking anonymously, said the N95 masks will be shippe…

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US Government to Distribute 400 Million High-Quality Face Masks

U.S. news outlets said Wednesday that the Biden administration will distribute 400 million high-quality face masks free of charge to the American people beginning next week.A White House official, speaking anonymously, said the N95 masks will be shippe…

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Ten killed by floods in Madagascar capital

At least 10 people have died in flash floods triggered by torrential rain that battered Madagascar’s capital Antananarivo overnight, an interior ministry official said Tuesday.The victims were killed after “the floods caused landslides and houses colla…

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EV: Tesla Goes to Africa to Limit Its dependence to China

Published by The Street By Tony Owusu Elon Musk’s company made a deal to obtain, graphite, an important component in the production of lithium ion batteries, from Mozambique. Tesla (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc Report is setting up a potential plan-B for the…

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US Telecom Carriers to Limit 5G Rollout Near Airports

Major U.S. telecommunications companies Verizon and AT&T agreed Tuesday to delay their deployment of new 5G mobile services around key airports after airline executives contended that the technology posed safety threats to airliners.U.S. President Joe …

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Felony Charges Are a First in Fatal Crash Involving Autopilot

California prosecutors have filed two counts of vehicular manslaughter against the driver of a Tesla on Autopilot who ran a red light, slammed into another car and killed two people in 2019.The defendant appears to be the first person to be charged wit…

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Bourbon Trail is Kentucky’s trifecta of tasting possibilities

Published by Tribune News Service “Come Find Bourbon!” While that phrase lacks the gravitas of “The British are coming” or “Remember the Alamo,” it’s impactful enough to lure armies of tourists to Kentucky. Last year, more than 1 million visitors blazed Kentucky’s Bourbon…

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Millions Hunker Down As Storm Hits Eastern US

Millions of Americans hunkered down as a major winter storm hit the eastern United States with heavy snow and ice knocking power out for an estimated 130,000 customers as of early Monday.The National Weather Service (NWS) said the storm was bringing a …

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