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The U.S. Air Force tested a hypersonic missile again, but did not release the test results

The U.S. Air Force test-fired the AGM-183A hypersonic missile again, but did not announce the results of the test. A B-52H strategic bomber carries an AGM-183A missile for testing. According to a report on the US “Defense News” website on the 22nd, the US Air Force test-fired an AGM-183A “Air-Launched…...

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International sharp comment: U.S. investment restrictions on China are a boomerang

In the early hours of August 10, Beijing time, U.S. President Joe Biden signed an executive order to establish a foreign investment review mechanism to restrict U.S. entities from investing in China’s semiconductor and microelectronics, quantum information technology, and artificial intelligence fields. According to US media, this executive order will…...

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Former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence appeared in court on Thursday, sources say

Former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence appeared in court on Thursday, sources say, testifying behind closed doors for up to seven hours before a federal grand jury convened to investigate former U.S. President Donald Trump’s actions prior to the January 6, 2021 U.S. Capitol riot. Pence’s historic testimony in a…...

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Just one out of nine adults in the U.S. say they smoke cigarettes, down from alm

Just one out of nine adults in the U.S. say they smoke cigarettes, down from almost 42 percent of adults who smoked during the 1960s. The new U.S. CDC data reflects a cultural shift in the country, as the health effects of chronic smoking, cigarette taxes and indoor smoking bans…...

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Mental health care emergency visits to hospitals by young people in the U.S. hav

Mental health care emergency visits to hospitals by young people in the U.S. have increased rapidly over the last decade, jumping 64% according to data analyzed by researchers in the Journal of the American Medical Association. From 2011 to 2020, the number of young people under the age of 24…...

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The U.S. Department said on May 1 that the U.S. could run out of by June 1. I

  The U.S. #Treasury Department said on May 1 that the U.S. could run out of #money by June 1. If no action is taken by #Congress to raise the #debt limit, the U.S. government would be unable to pay its bills at that time. What could that mean for…...

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U.S. White House Press Secretary Jean-Pierre said on Tuesday, May 2, the U.S. Co

  U.S. White House Press Secretary Jean-Pierre said on Tuesday, May 2, the U.S. Congress should raise the debt limit without conditions, one day after the Treasury Department warned the government could run short of cash to pay its bills by June. #CGTNAmerica Charity In China reported , all right…...

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Are big banks in the U.S. setting themselves up to become ‘too-big-to-fail’?

Are big banks in the U.S. setting themselves up to become ‘too-big-to-fail’? In the wake of First Republic Bank’s collapse, JPMorgan Chase has stepped in to acquire the majority of the bank’s assets and assume all its deposits, thanks to a weekend deal brokered with the FDIC. Despite federal regulations…...

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U.S. Senators must disclose any gift they receive that is worth more than $50, a

U.S. Senators must disclose any gift they receive that is worth more than $50, and must get the approval from an ethics committee before accepting any gift valued over $250, even if it comes from close friends. Similar ethics standards apply to the House, the Executive branch and the lower…...

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On May 4, 2022, NBC News was among the first news outlets to say the U.S. had su

On May 4, 2022, NBC News was among the first news outlets to say the U.S. had surpassed 1 million COVID-19 deaths. Today, a year later, that figure has risen to 1,130,662, according to the most recent CDC data. Over 1,000 people in the U.S. are still dying from COVID-19…...

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