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There has been a push from China for greater control over areas Beijing sees as influencing society including video games, livestreaming and celebrity culture.
Oil and bond yields fell on Wednesday, relieving some pressure they've given stocks lately.
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently gave the closest thing to a confirmation that Apple's building a headset.
The idea behind the hybrid ships is that they can run on liquefied natural gas (a fossil fuel), battery power or a combination of the two.
The feature is currently in development, an Amazon executive said. The e-commerce giant did not say when the feature will roll out to the public.
Growth in online sales is slowing, while new players eat away at Alibaba's market share, data show.
Chinese President Xi Jinping made a rare statement Wednesday about his country's aims to achieve its economic targets for the year.
Tesla's factories in Texas and Berlin are losing "billions of dollars" as supply chain issues hamper the firm's ability to boost production, CEO Elon Musk said.
Southeast Asia is attracting visitors again, but rising costs, hiring troubles and the absence of Chinese tourists may dampen a robust travel recovery.
American artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez was in danger of drowning after losing consciousness in the pool at the world championships in Budapest before being rescued by her coach Andrea Fuentes.
The move has reopened a tough and delicate debate within the EU over expansion.
The move takes the central bank's policy rate to 1.25%, and Governor Ida Wolden Bache said it will likely be hiked again in August.
Germany is moving to the so-called "alert level" of its emergency gas plan, as reduced Russian flows exacerbate fears of a winter supply shortage.
A test car made by Chinese electric vehicle start-up Nio fell out of a third-floor parking lot of a building in Shanghai, killing two people.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Thursday concluded two days of testimony in front of Congress, speaking in front of House members.
The Supreme Court ruling is a victory for Second Amendment advocates, who opposed the New York law restricting concealed carry gun licenses.