The U.S.-China trade war appears to be de-escalating as Beijing offers an olive branch to Washington after the tariffs' delay announced by President Donald Trump.
"I think there's a couple more chapters yet to be written in the trade war," James McCormack, the global head of sovereign ratings at Fitch, told CNBC on Thursday.
"Because of this study, we now know that these edited cells can survive in a patient, and they will stay there," an expert said.
There is a 35 percent chance that President Donald Trump escalates his trade war with China and others, Moody's Analytics says.
The Hong Kong edition of the China Daily newspaper said it had uncovered the plot via a post on the Telegram encrypted messaging app, prompting online ridicule.
Tens of thousands of protesters descended on the U.S. consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday, calling on the Trump administration to lend more support.
Tens of thousands of activists descended on the U.S. consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday to call for more backing from the U.S. government.
"Hong Kongers are fighting for freedom, fighting for democracy, fighting for human rights," a pro-democracy activist said. "These are values that the United States stands for."
This represents an increase in concern by several points since the poll was last taken in June.
The leaderless crowds direct each other via encrypted messaging apps, creating a fluid, adaptable and stubborn mass street protests movement.
President Donald Trump's tariffs on China are borne almost entirely by American consumers, the evidence shows.
The Senate majority leader said the Hong Kong protests are a "pivotal moment" for China, adding that "hopefully they will not go too far."
A spokesperson from China's central government in Beijing said the U.S. is trying "to exploit the situation and the turbulence in Hong Kong, to destabilize Hong Kong and create trouble for China."
Donald Trump's ongoing trade war with China has resulted in farmers losing their fourth biggest international export market for U.S. agricultural goods.
Last month, Twitter took down almost 200,000 China-linked accounts that were trying to undermine the protests in Hong Kong.
The school's move comes amid concerns about China's surveillance of its citizens.
Democracy is not a higher state to which all nations will evolve as leaders become more enlightened. Rather, it is a delicate and fragile outcome, as unstable as a tightwire walker on a windy day.
People's Liberation Army spokesperson Ren Guoqiang said the deployment was routine and that troops would continue their normal duties.
There are special purposes only Hong Kong can serve for Beijing, especially as President Donald Trump's economic iron curtain falls.
Hong Kong police are preparing to face a thirteenth consecutive weekend of protests over China's influence over the former British colony.
Trump has transformed the Democrats from a party that mimicked traditional Chinese patience and resolve into something more akin to the angry mob of the French Revolution.
"When the smoke is clear, when there is a sense of calm, the market will react to what's really going on in our economy," Charles Payne said.
The rewards range from $25,500 to $127,500 and relate to a variety of violent acts of vandalism over recent months.
The White House was forced to issue a series of clarifying statements following multiple incorrect or misleading claims made by the president during the G7 event.
Bob Kuylen told CNN's Don Lemon that the trade war has already cost him $400,000.
"We were bracing for the worst," financial analyst Charles Payne said Monday on the Fox News show "America's Newsroom."
The tenor of U.S. trade negotiations with China has fluctuated, with prior positive overtures failing to lead to any compromise.
The photo was taken on Sunday evening, during a clash between police and protesters in the Tsuen Wan area of Hong Kong.