President-elect Joe Biden will formally introduce his top economic policy advisers today as his administration prepares to take power amid a slowing economic recovery hampered by the resurgent coronavirus pandemic.
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U.S. coronavirus adviser Scott Atlas resigns
Dr. Scott Atlas has resigned as special adviser on the coronavirus to President Donald Trump, a White House official said on Monday, after a controversial four months during which he clashed repeatedly with other members of the coronavirus task force.
Brexit talks still stuck because EU is asking too much, UK says
Brexit trade talks are stuck on fishing, governance rules and dispute resolution because the European Union is asking too much of Britain, a senior member of the British government said on Tuesday.
U.S. capital may end weekend subway service in 2021
The subway system serving the U.S. capital region may be forced to make devastating cuts in 2021, including ending weekend services, closing 19 stations and shrinking weekday operations if Congress does not approve additional assistance.
U.S. imposes sanctions on Chinese firm accused of undermining democracy in Venezuela
The United States imposed sanctions on Monday on Chinese firm China National Electronics Import & Export Corporation (CEIEC), accusing it of supporting Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's efforts to undermine democracy.
Chinese embassy says Australia 'misread' offending social media post
China's embassy in Australia said politicians there had "misread" a tweet showing a digitally-altered image of an Australian soldier holding a bloodied knife to the throat of an Afghan child, and were trying to stoke nationalism.
Change is in the hair: Thai royalist turns rebel
Mitree Chitinunda was such a devoted Thai royalist that he had the king's portrait cut into his hair last year, but politics like fashion and hairstyles is changing in Thailand.
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