China to fight back against U.S. tariff move: People’s Daily

BEIJING (Reuters) – China will fight back against the latest U.S. step to increase tariffs on Chinese goods, the ruling Communist Party’s People’s Daily said on Sunday amid an escalating trade war between the world’s two largest economies.
“China is confident that it will follow its own path and do its own things well, and will never waver in its stand on countering any provocations by the U.S. side,” the newspaper said in a commentary.

Air Travel Hasn’t Lost Its Magic

I infrequently consider of my father as a closet pilot, or what a Australian author Clive James calls a “nonpracticing pilot”: someone who has spent so most time in a atmosphere that he can pronounce with certainty about a mechanics of flight. Sitting on a patio of his home in a suburb north of Copenhagen, he can nonchalantly indicate out a Boeing 777 entrance from Singapore or, checking his wristwatch, an Airbus A340 holding off, substantially firm for Chicago.

NYCFC shakes off early goal, multiple shots off the post to deliver statement derby win

Alex Muyl’s early goal on Saturday could have shaken New York City FC and sparked the New York Red Bulls to another memorable Hudson River Derby victory, but Dome Torrent’s squad didn’t collapse.
No, instead NYCFC turned things up, overwhelming the New York Red Bulls for the better part of 60 minutes in the first and second half to erase its early deficit and secure a vital 2-1 derby victory that not only delivers bragging rights, but also creates a six-point gap between the rivals in the East standings.

Federal NDP chief Singh makes forestall in Edmonton, celebration’s lone Alberta using

NDP Chief Jagmeet Singh met with other people throughout a marketing campaign forestall on the Edmonton Fringe Pageant on Saturday. (Gabrielle Brown/CBC)

Federal NDP Chief Jagmeet Singh visited the celebration’s lone using in Alberta on Saturday so that you can construct momentum within the province forward of the autumn election.
The New Democrats have did not translate sturdy reinforce for the Alberta NDP into good points on the federal degree. Edmonton-Strathcona MP Linda Duncan, who isn’t in search of re-election, has been the only NDP member in Alberta since 2008.

While You Were Offline: Who Wants to See Sean Spicer’s Samba?

It’s been a week where people got very upset about the prospect of Spider-Man not appearing in any more Marvel movies but slightly less so about the fires in the Amazon rainforest. It’s also been a week where Taylor Swift put out a new album while announcing a plan to re-record her back catalog so that she’ll own her masters—shades of Frank Sinatra—and a week that saw Brexit planning in Europe face familiar problems while the US stumbles toward recession that the paranoid administration believes is the result of a conspiracy.


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