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Dem Think Tank: If You Don't Support Obama's Iran Deal, Maybe You're Rooting Against America

In response to Obama gets rolled everywhere from Beijing to Tehran: Did you know that if you don't support Obama's nuke deal with Iran you just may be shamefully rooting for the other team? Apparently, "a crack team" of propagandists...Show More Summary

Jon Stewart plays 'Who Wore it Better' with President Obama and President Snow

President Obama apparently decided to jazz things up this week for his appearance at the APEC conference being held in Beijing. He arrived in a tailored plum jacket -- which specifically caught the eye of "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart.During his segment on the conference during Tuesday's (Nov. Show More Summary

Rumormill: VW Golf R 400 headed for production

At the Beijing Motor Show earlier this year, Volkswagen showcased a concept hatchback called the Golf R 400. It was essentially the Golf R we already know and love, but with an even more powerful engine to make it the most potent take on the Golf since the GTI 650 concept of 2007. Show More Summary

China's Leader Says Journalists Are Like Broken Cars

last weekNews : The Two-Way

Even the White House wasn't sure what to expect when Chinese President Xi Jinping took a rare question from a U.S. reporter during a joint news conference with President Obama in Beijing.

Obama gets rolled everywhere from Beijing to Tehran

Barack Obama is the most dangerous lame duck ever to haunt the marshes of post-election defeat. He's angry at the American people, testy with Democrats who blame him for their electoral losses, and more determined that ever to finish "transforming America" with the time he has left. Show More Summary

New Visa Arrangement between the US and China

President Obama began his week-long trip abroad this Monday in Beijing, where he was attending the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. While at the conference, President Obama unveiled a new visa agreement with the Chinese government. Show More Summary

Is the US-China Climate Pact as Big a Deal as It Seems?

This story originally appeared in The Atlantic and is republished here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. I've been offline for many hours and am just now seeing the announcements from Beijing. The United States and China have apparently agreed to do what anyone who has thought seriously about climate has been hoping for, for years. Show More Summary

"U.S. and China Reach Climate Accord After Months of Talks"

Another thing on my "to do" list: A climate deal between China and the United States, the world’s No. 1 and No. 2 carbon polluters, is viewed as essential to concluding a new global accord. Unless Beijing and Washington can resolve their differences, climate experts say, few other countries will...

China shows off its new J-31?Falcon Eagle’ stealth fighter

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China’s new stealth jet fighter rocketed skywards Wednesday as Beijing puts on an unprecedented display of openness — and military force — at the country’s premier airshow. The black J-31 rose in a nearly vertical climb on take-off in Zhuhai before circling back and doing...

The Climate Breakthrough in Beijing

Jeff Sachs seems to be pleased: The climate breakthrough in Beijing gives the world a fighting chance: Today’s US-China joint announcement on climate change and energy is the most important advance on the climate change agenda in many years.......

The Angry GOP Backlash to Obama's Historic Climate Accord

Republicans have long argued that U.S. efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions would be worthless unless China followed suit. The new deal with Beijing hasn't won them over.

Major announcement: US, China announce groundbreaking pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

BEIJING — Creating an opening for a larger international agreement, China and the United States on Wednesday announced new targets for greenhouse gas emissions that are intended to help curb global climate change. As part of the arrangement, announced by the White House, the United States would cut net greenhouse gas emissions 26 to 28 [...]Show More Summary

Obama and Xi Say We Can Breathe Easy

Under unusually blue skies in Beijing, the American and Chinese presidents vow cooperation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The Climate Breakthrough in Beijing Gives the World a Fighting Chance

Today's US-China joint announcement on climate change and energy is the most important advance on the climate change agenda in many years. While the full ramifications will only be known at the climate summit in Paris in December 2015, the two largest C02 emitters have finally spoken, and most importantly, they've spoken together. Show More Summary

The Climate Breakthrough in Beijing Gives the World a Fighting Chance

Today's US-China joint announcement on climate change and energy is the most important advance on the climate change agenda in many years. While the full ramifications will only be known at the climate summit in Paris in December 2015, the two largest C02 emitters have finally spoken, and most importantly, they've spoken together. Show More Summary

Everything About US-China Relations That Just Changed Forever

"I’m ready to work with you." That's what China's president Xi Jinping told Obama today after two intense days of meetings at the APEC summit in Beijing. He and Obama made some game-changing deals on business, defense, and the environment...Show More Summary

Top GOP Lawmakers Denounce U.S.-China Climate Deal

Top Republicans in Congress railed against the U.S.-China climate deal reached at the APEC summit in Beijing.

Chinese President meets the press but won't respond

BY LESLIE LARSON NEW YORK DAILY NEWS It seemed too good to be true when Chinese President Xi Jinping’s agreed to hold a joint press conference with President Obama at the APEC Summit in Beijing - a rarity for the Chinese leader to face U.S. media.

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