A new Cold War between U.S., China may have already begun. Here's what it might look like.

For decades, U.S. conventional wisdom held that if the West traded and engaged with China, it would open up its system and curb its behavior. No longer.
'Mind-boggling decision': Some teachers and parents object as Detroit reopens classrooms

As school leaders agonize over whether and how to reopen, fights like the one in Detroit this week could soon play out across the country.
Jeff Sessions loses Republican Senate primary bid to Tommy Tuberville

Sessions, President Donald Trump's former attorney general, faced an uphill battle for the Republican nomination against Tommy Tuberville, whom Trump backed.
Federal stockpile is thin as Trump admin pushes for reopening amid virus surge

States, hospitals and nursing homes may not be able to rely on Washington to supply personal protective equipment for medical professionals.
Mary Trump's book proves the scary lengths Trump will go to keep his lies secret

Trump’s niece becomes the first family member to openly break ranks, but only the latest critic to face threats for doing so.

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