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Sheng Hong is director of the Beijing-based Unirule Institute of Economics. He's one of a growing number of critics within elite circles in China who are criticizing China's handling of the trade war.
Lisa Hobbs holds a picture of her husband, Gene "Pius" Hobbs. Hobbs was raking gravel with the Meade County public works crew when a dump truck backed over and killed him.
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Four-year-old Violet (right) supervises as her mom Margaret Siebers pours a first-ever spoonful of honey for 1-year-old Frances to try. Siebers spent much of the end of her pregnancy with Frances confined to bed rest at her home in Milwaukee.
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Genetics researcher He Jiankui said his lab considered ethical issues before deciding to proceed with DNA editing of human embryos to create twin girls with a modification to reduce their risk of HIV infection. Critics say the experiment was premature.
Malheur Enterprise reporters Pat Caldwell (from left) and Kristine de Leon; Les Zaitz, editor and publisher; and, sitting on the floor, reporter Jayme Fraser meet to talk about assignments.