Parents Sue TikTok After Kids Die From Game; US Treasury Nominee Looks to Curb China's Impact

Parents Sue TikTok After Kids Die From Game; US Treasury Nominee Looks to Curb China's Impact

Parents Sue TikTok After Kids Die From Game; US Treasury Nominee Looks to Curb China's Impact

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Seven Democratic lawmakers are pushing to blacklist multiple Chinese companies. But if the White House agrees, will President Joe Biden’s plan to decarbonize the power sector suffer?

The nominee for a U.S. Treasury job says he plans to curb China's global influence and gives more detail on how to achieve that goal.

Vice President Kamala Harris reveals new measures for the Indo-Pacific. The United States is looking to expand its presence there to combat China’s influence.

Toward that goal, Australia meets with the leader of an island nation—one at the center of regional controversy.

Experts call for more scrutiny on TikTok, as the company faces a lawsuit over the deaths of two children.