This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal (December 7, 2018).
The U.S.'s efforts to extradite the CFO of China's Huawei mark the start of an even more aggressive phase in the tech rivalry between the countries and stand to intensify trade tensions.
Boeing said it was canceling a satellite order that was financed by a Chinese government-owned firm, citing default for nonpayment.
Federal prosecutors are scrutinizing Turkey's U.S. lobbying and the companies that backed a pro-Turkey initiative handled by Flynn.
Congress passed a two-week spending patch, all but ensuring the government will avoid a partial shutdown this weekend.
The administration moved to open millions of acres in the West to new oil and gas drilling by easing restrictions to protect the sage grouse.
Democrats in the House may refuse to seat a North Carolina Republican until an investigation into alleged voting fraud is resolved.
Michigan's incoming Democratic governor accused the state's GOP-controlled legislature of trying to weaken her authority.
Yemen's government and Houthi rebels agreed to revive a United Nations-brokered peace process.
The U.N. General Assembly rejected a U.S. resolution condemning Hamas as a terrorist organization.
North Korea is expanding facilities thought to house long-range missiles that can hit the U.S., a report says.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
December 07, 2018 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)
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