Google’s massive search and advertising businesses are at the heart of investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice and nearly every state attorney general. The Justice Department is reportedly getting ready to file a lawsuit against the company in the coming weeks.
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As Covid-19 began spreading across the African continent in late March, the U.S. State Department took to Twitter to boast about American health assistance there. A March 25 tweet from the department highlighted more than $100 million in U.S.
This article is part of the series Facing China. Ties between Europe and China have grown stratospherically since Beijing’s accession to the World Trade Organization in 2001.
This article is part of the series Facing China. BERLIN — In the fall of 1984, Helmut Kohl traveled to China with German industry in tow on a mission to harness what he predicted would be a “century-long modernization” effort.
President Donald Trump interrupted a Western campaign swing Monday by flying to California to review wildfire damage – and renew his argument with state and local officials about what he says is the main cause of the fires that claimed the lives of at least 35 people this month.