U.S.-China "Guardrails," Bannon's Contempt, Cuba's Crackdown On Dissent : Up First The White House says President Biden raised human rights concerns while setting "guardrails" during a three-hour virtual summit with China's Xi Jinping. Ex-White House adviser Steve Bannon remains defiant in the face of federal contempt charges for ignoring a subpoena from Jan. 6 investigators. And Cuba's government cracks down on dissidents who tried to organize widespread demonstrations.

U.S.-China "Guardrails," Bannon's Contempt, Cuba's Crackdown On Dissent

U.S.-China "Guardrails," Bannon's Contempt, Cuba's Crackdown On Dissent

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The White House says President Biden raised human rights concerns while setting "guardrails" during a three-hour virtual summit with China's Xi Jinping. Ex-White House adviser Steve Bannon remains defiant in the face of federal contempt charges for ignoring a subpoena from Jan. 6 investigators. And Cuba's government cracks down on dissidents who tried to organize widespread demonstrations.