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China calls US policy ‘misguided’ in high-level talks

China has blamed the U.S. for what it called a “stalemate” in bilateral relations as high-level face-to-face talks begin in the Chinese city of Tianjin.

No. 2 US diplomat Sherman to visit China as tensions soar

Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman will travel to China on a visit that comes as tensions between Washington and Beijing soar.

Microsoft Exchange hack caused by China, US and allies say

The administration and allied nations on Monday also disclosed a broad range of other cyberthreats from Beijing, including ransomware attacks from government-affiliated hackers that have targeted companies with demands for millions of dollars.

Microsoft Exchange hack caused by China, US and allies say

The US and several allies say China is behind a recent cyber attack on Microsoft Exchange email server software, and they accuse the country of working with criminal attackers

NC group fights against CDC ban on importing dogs

The order is intended to help keep rabies cases out of the U.S. by banning anyone from bringing in dogs from 113 countries classified as high-risk.

Chinese crewed spaceship docks with new space station

State media say a Chinese spaceship carrying a three-person crew has docked with the country’s new space station at the start of 3-month mission.

China gets a flying start on building its own space station

China launched the first module of a planned space station on Wednesday.

US, China consulted on safety as their crafts headed to Mars

U.S. law bans almost all contacts between NASA and China over concerns about technology theft and the secretive, military-backed nature of China’s space program. Exceptions can be made if NASA can ensure information is safeguarded.

US, China wrap up testy 1st face-to-face talks under Biden

The U.S. has accused the Chinese delegation of “grandstanding” and Beijing has fired back, saying there was a “strong smell of gunpowder and drama” that was entirely the fault of the Americans.

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Wilmington non-profits continue, adapt, and introduce services during the pandemic

Several Wilmington non-profits are altering services and adapting to challenges presented by the pandemic.