2018-09-12 (12 Days Old)Total Views: 27 | Last 7 Days: 6
China urged the United States on Wednesday to abandon its "prejudice" over Xinjiang, as the Trump administration considers sanctions against Chinese officials and companies linked to allegations of human rights abuses in the Chinese region.
Jpost: Death by sentimentality
Jpost: Trump says expects announcement of new summit with N. Korea's Kim 'pretty soon'
WashingtonPost: She gave medicine to pets she rescued from Hurricane Florence. She was arrested for it.
WashingtonPost: Yale Law students sit out class, travel to Supreme Court to protest Kavanaugh
WashingtonPost: Yes, the Supreme Court is facing a legitimacy crisis. And we know exactly whose fault it is.
WashingtonPost: TV highlights: ‘This Is Us’ returns for Season 3
WashingtonPost: Do You Dot Plot? Understanding the Next Fed Forecast
NewYorkTimes: Books of The Times: ‘Crudo’ Is a Novel With a Real-Life Novelist in Thin Disguise
NewYorkTimes: Nonfiction: Congressional Bloodshed: The Run-Up to the Civil War
NewYorkTimes: Henry Wessel, 76, Dies; Photographed Glimpses of the Vast West
CBS: Trump: 2nd Kim summit to take place in "not-too-distant future"
Los Angeles Times: Former content moderator files lawsuit against Facebook, claims the job gave her PTSD
Los Angeles Times: From 125th Street in Harlem, Thelma Golden has changed the face of art all over the U.S.
Los Angeles Times: The three most important rules for protecting your trip and yourself
Los Angeles Times: 9 common-sense safety tips for women who run — and everyone else
Los Angeles Times: Football: Week Six schedule
USA Today: Celebrities join in #BelieveSurvivors protest in support of Brett Kavanaugh accusers
USA Today: Bill Cosby sentencing hearing: Andrea Constand seeks 'justice as court sees fit'
USA Today: The Latest: T'Wolves taking trade offers for Jimmy Butler
USA Today: San Francisco 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo suffers season-ending torn ACL
USA Today: Haskins' profile on the rise with another big game on tap
USA Today: The Latest: Warriors' Cousins set to do noncontract work
USA Today: Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to meet with Trump Thursday with his fate uncertain