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Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said Wednesday she wants to start talks on a free-trade pact with the U.S. But recent displays of friendship between the U.S. and Taiwan have angered Beijing, which regards Taiwan as its territory. #WSJWhatsNow
American agriculture officials said they are working with their counterparts in China to determine who is sending the seed packages to U.S. residents, adding that companies behind the shipments have been identified
Hong Kong’s Chinese University, once a ‘safe space,’ becomes a war zone
“Brazil is already the global epicenter of the coronavirus." One study concludes the country might have more Covid-19 cases than the U.S.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation said it is backing the world’s largest vaccine maker to churn out 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccine for poorer countries and price them at less than $3
Beijing’s soldiers in Hong Kong made a rare appearance on the city’s streets to clear protesters’ roadblocks, raising questions about the army’s future role there
Opinion: Trump’s adversaries have spent more than two years trying to dodge accountability, writes @kimstrassel
We have reviewed the audio from our interview with President Trump, as well as the transcript provided by an external service, and stand by what we reported. Here is audio of the portion the White House disputes.