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1600: 'Tariff man' Trump retreats in China trade war
Trump is delaying most of the import taxes on Chinese-made goods to avoid sticker shock during pre-Christmas sale months.
DOJ: 2 Epstein guards placed on leave, warden reassigned
AG William Barr said the warden was being transferred pending the outcome of probes of the death.
Janison: 'That's between Hong Kong and China'
In his hands-off approach to the Hong Kong protests, Trump at least is consistent.
United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights
United Airlines is setting an earlier cutoff time for when pilots must stop drinking alcohol before flights.
Poll: 'Malicious insiders' are biggest cyber threat
IT execs said human error caused by workers' unfamiliarity with technology also is a major source of data breaches.
Trump official rewrites Lazarus poem on immigration
The immigration official defended new rules that will disqualify green card applicants enrolled in public assistance programs.
Heinz offers to help reformed 'Ketchup Thief'
Heinz offers to help a person who fears that the theft of a bottle of ketchup has led to bad luck.
CBS and Viacom announce deal to reunite
The newly combined ViacomCBS will invest in more movies and TV shows and try to sell more advertising as it seeks to become a bigger player in the growing business of streaming video.
Opinion: The king of insults can't handle the truth
Trump can dish out the insults, but he can't seem to take them in stride.