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Trump's tough choices over Hong Kong

Successive administrations have struggled with an increasingly aggressive China, while factoring in the geopolitical reality that it is, and will likely continue to be, a global heavyweight. With just six months to go until the US presidential election, China has become a popular political football.

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Citigroup launches new ESG investment banking group

Citigroup Inc said on Tuesday that is launching a new business unit within its corporate and investment bank dedicated to environmental sustainability to strengthen its commitment to an area that has grown increasingly important to corporate clients and investors.

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Your car knows secrets about you. Here's how to protect yourself

Cars increasingly resemble a smartphone on wheels, storing personal information such as our location, how we drive, who we talk to and how to reach them. Some even hold a way to join our home WiFi network. If you've ever sold an old smartphone or laptop, you probably thought to wipe the hard drive first, to protect your privacy. When we sell a car, or return a rental car, a similar thought may not cross our minds, but cybersecurity experts say it should.

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Desperate small businesses seek changes to relief program

Even as states begin to navigate reopening, the staggering depth of the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is drawing calls from increasingly desperate small business owners for changes to the massive federal program designed to keep them -- and their workers -- afloat.

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The psychology behind why some people won't wear masks

Most Americans have never had to wear a mask for their health before, let alone while they shop for groceries or go for a run. So, even as businesses or states increasingly require them, rebellion is natural -- to a degree, says Dr. David Aronoff, director of Vanderbilt University Medical Center's Division of Infectious Diseases and professor of medicine.

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