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China's new law on foreign investment may not be enough for a US trade agreement

Following increasing frustration on the part of foreign companies about their ability to compete fairly with Chinese companies, the US and China came under trade tensions last year. Under US President Donald Trump, the spade's rhetoric initially focused on the American trade deficit with China. This resulted in the application of customs duties on imported goods worth $ 250 billion …

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Southern Poverty Law Center fires founder Morris Dees

Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center, a nationally-recognized nonprofit organization overseeing hate organizations, said Thursday it had fired cofounder Morris Dees, who once won a lawsuit against a leading group of Ku Klux Klan. A statement by Richard Cohen, the president of the Lawyers 'Center, said that Dees' employment had been terminated but had not given any specific reason. "As a …

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Hillary Clinton investigators were told that the OBJ "is not ready to accuse them of espionage law: internal diagram

An internal chart compiled by federal researchers working on the so-called "Midyear Exam" study of Hillary Clinton's e-mail, which was exclusively audited by Fox News, contained the words "NOTE: DOJ is unwilling to charge this "on the misuse of classified information. The notation seemed to contradict former FBI director James Comey, who repeatedly made the claim that his team had …

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"Captain America" ​​actor sees the law "Captain America" ​​Glass Eye of Texas legislator Dan Crenshaw

Not many people see what's under Dan Crenshaw's eye patch. But on Friday, as the actor featured "Captain America" ​​in the upcoming Marvel series "Avenger," Crenshaw showed both America and the world what it means. Actor Chris Evans plays the role of "Captain" America "in an upcoming movie. Crenshaw is a retired Navy SEAL who lost his right eye in …

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Electrically heated silicate glass seems to resist Joule's first law

Another surprising observation of the electrical heating of glass is that the hot spot near the positive electrode can move at intervals of a few seconds, as in the video frames shown here. Picture credits: Himanshu Jain, Nicholas J. Smith, Craig Kopatz and Charles T. McLaren The characterization and prediction of the behavior of electrically heated silicate glass is important …

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Manafort is accused of condemning memos as someone who has repeatedly and boldly violated the law

Federal prosecutors on Saturday portrayed Paul Manafort, former presidential election chairman of President Trump, as a hardened, ruthless criminal who repeatedly violated a number of laws over several decades and earned no breaks when sentenced to prison coming weeks. The Prosecution conviction log, filed in one of the most prominent cases of Special Enforcement Chancellor Robert S. Mueller III and …

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Clarence Thomas supports Trump's call for an amendment to the defamation law to denounce lawsuits against the media

Justice Secretary Clarence Thomas, in a concurring statement released on Tuesday, called for a reversal of decades of case law making it harder for public figures to accuse media companies and other organizations of defamation – restrictions that are based on a series of "policy-driven Decisions that express themselves as constitutional law ". Thomas & # 39; s opinion is …

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