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On Wednesday, Hong Kong police arrested protesters who had gathered near a statue that commemorates the 1997 handover of the city to China.
Harvey Schwartz replaced Gary Cohn as Goldman Sachs' president and co-COO when Cohn became the White House's chief economic advisor.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer warns that the plan would lead to more people going uninsured and mean higher costs for consumers.
Defense Secretary James Mattis said that Ohio resident Otto Warmbier's death after a "minor act of mischief" escapes understanding.
Tillerson and Mattis made their remarks as the U.S. hosted China's top diplomats and defense officials for the Diplomatic and Security Dialogue.
D.C. litigator Charles Cooper confirmed that the attorney general has retained him, but declined to comment on confidential client matters.
Self-employed Cubans would not only suffer from reduced U.S. travel but also further isolation.
The White House's new policy will attempt to steer money away from the Cuban regime, which the administration says oppresses its own people.