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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump may be best remembered for his use of Twitter as a bully pulpit to stoke controversy or browbeat opponents, but the noise his tweets generated often distracted from the big policy changes he made over his four-year term.
When a pro-Trump mob stormed into the US Capitol on Jan 6, rioters didn’t just smash windows and break furniture. They also pilfered at least two laptops: one from the office of Oregon Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley, another from a conference room used by Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Products made in Tianjin contained traces that investigation found may have come from Ukrainian milk powderIt poses different questions to those around food that would be cooked before consumption, with research scarce on infection through what we eat
Food delivery workers want more legal protections after Ele.me driver sets himself on fire to protest unpaid wages
Ele.me promises safety upgrades after a self-immolation and the death of a driver has again put gig economy in the national spotlight. More than 60% of delivery drivers do not have access to social security in China, a legally mandated expense that employers sidestep with gig workers.
BEIJING, Jan 19 (China Daily/ANN) - China's stronger-than-expected economic rebound and continuous structural improvements last year have signaled that the country's pursuit of high-quality growth is set to gain more momentum in 2021, officials and experts said on Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's choice of a popular minister to handle the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine is largely a move to boost rapidly-sinking support rates, but may also aim to neutralize a strong rival for his job.
Dutch artist Roosegaarde hopes 'Grow' project will honour, inspire farmers.
Kim Chang-han, a former child computer prodigy who won national coding competitions in South Korea in the 1980s, had reached his lowest point. As a last attempt to succeed in the video game business, he decided to make what’s known as a battle royale game.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (Xinhua) -- U.S. COVID-19 confirmed cases topped 24 million, with total deaths approaching 400,000 on Monday, two days ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
NEW YORK, Jan. 18 (Xinhua) -- The total number of COVID-19 cases in the United States topped 24 million on Monday, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.