WASHINGTON - The US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Thursday that the US efforts to deal with the Korean peninsula issue was "diplomatically led," warning that war with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) would be "catastrophic."
WASHINGTON - The US government ended fiscal year 2019 with the largest budget deficit in seven years as gains in tax receipts were offset by higher spending and growing debt service payments, the Treasury department said on Friday.
Visitors look at a stand demonstrating China National Nuclear Corp's technology during an industry expo in Beijing. [Photo by Cui Nan/China News Service]
Volkswagen wants more to join in the hope of establishing the MEB "as the standard for e-mobility".
WASHINGTON - The US administration said on Saturday that US President Donald Trump will direct on Monday the US trade representative (USTR) to determine whether to investigate China's trade practices, triggering concerns that Washington may take unilateral moves harming China-US trade and economic ties.
Visitors can buy tickets directly from the expo park gate, according to the bureau.
WASHINGTON - The US Senate confirmed Gina Haspel on Thursday to be director of the CIA, ending a bruising confirmation fight centered on her ties to the spy agency's past use of waterboarding and other brutal interrogation techniques.
Visitors look at Tencent's visible big data exchange platform at the 16th China Internet Conference in Beijing on July 12, 2017. [Photo/for China Daily]
Violations can result in fines, confiscation of fish or fishing boats, and criminal penalties.
WASHINGTON - Donald Trump Jr has reached an agreement with the US Senate Intelligence Committee for the panel's senators to interview him in mid-June, a congressional source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.