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While President Xi Jinping has cast himself as a champion of globalisation as the United States retreats behind President Donald Trump's 'America First' policy, foreign firms complain his words have not been accompanied by deeds on the ground

Hanson: China’s New Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere

A few weeks ago, Chinese President Xi Jinping offered a Soviet-style five-year plan for China’s progress at the Communist Party congress in Beijing. Despite his talk of global cooperation, the themes were familiar socialist boilerplate about Chinese economic and military superiority to come.

U.S. President Donald Trump and President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan deliver joint statements in Washington, DC on May 16. Relations between the two countries have soured in recent days following the arrest of a U.S. consulate worker by Turkish officials. On Sunday, the U.S. suspended non-immigrant visa applications from the country. File Photo by Michael Reynolds

Politico: Why Turkey Feels Burned By Trump

Every year, the day before Thanksgiving, the fire department in the Washington, D.C., suburb where I live posts a “Keep Your Family Safe this Thanksgiving” bulletin on its website, offering tips about how to avoid injury during the holiday.

Independent: Indian Language of the First Thanksgiving Revived

Massachusetts’s Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, whose ancestors ate with the pilgrims and gave birth to the Thanksgiving tradition, have brought the once-dead language spoken at that historic meal back to life, according to a Thursday report by the United Kingdom’s Independent newspaper.

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Report: Paul Manafort Travel Records Reveal Closer Ties to Kremlin

An investigation of Paul Manafort’s travel records and activities spanning nearly a decade reveal even closer ties than previously known between Trump’s former campaign manager and Russian officials – a fact which has led some experts to believe that “the Kremlin’s emissaries at times turned Manafort into an asset acting on Russia’s behalf.”

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Report: China Continues Grip on South China Sea

In his 12-day trip to Asia, U.S. President Donald Trump largely focused on North Korea and trade, all but avoiding the simmering disputes in the South China Sea and steering clear of sharp criticism of Beijing’s increasingly aggressive activities there.

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The Hill: Bannon Presses Trump to Hire Experienced Legal Team

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible Russian collusion with the 2016 Trump campaign has White House aides worried, despite the assurances of President Trump’s lawyer Ty Cobb that Mueller is handling the investigation “fairly.” Some sources close to the president have reportedly expressed doubts about Cobb’s competency to lead the White House’s defense. Chief among those critics is former Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon.

Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore speaks during a campaign event at the Walker Springs Road Baptist Church on November 14, 2017 in Jackson, Alabama. The embattled candidate has been accused of sexual misconduct with underage girls when he was in his 30's. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)

Report: Roy Moore Fundraising Surges Since Attacks

CNN Political Reporter Rebecca Berg reported that Roy Moore’s campaign chairman told them the campaign’s fundraising has “skyrocketed” since the allegations against Moore broke and a source close to the campaign says they’ve raised more money in the last six