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Japan is moving ahead with changes to its procurement guidelines that could restrict government use of Chinese telecommunications-equipment companies Huawei and ZTE.

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The U.N. General Assembly rejected a U.S. resolution condemning Hamas as a terrorist organization, delivering a blow to Ambassador Nikki Haley’s parting action before leaving her post at the end of the year.

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Environmental groups filed a lawsuit accusing the Trump administration of failing to respond to a petition filed almost two years ago to add giraffes to the U.S. endangered species list.

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With so many global companies hoarding supplies ahead of Brexit to shield themselves from border disruptions, some face shortages of storage facilities in parts of the U.K. Makers of perishable food items and pharmaceutical companies are particularly vulnerable to the problem.

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Federal Reserve officials are considering whether to signal a new wait-and-see mentality after a likely interest-rate increase at their meeting in December, which could slow the pace of rate increases next year.

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As America’s mystique has faded, we’ve grown to miss the skill and steadiness we once took for granted.

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Five U.S. Marines remained missing as a search continued in the waters off Japan after a midair collision Thursday between two military aircraft, U.S. and Japanese officials said.

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Latin America has the world’s highest murder rate. With little faith in the police or courts, mobs routinely kill suspected lawbreakers in spontaneous attacks. Many lynching victims are innocent.

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Fiat Chrysler plans to open a new vehicle factory in Detroit, the first new U.S. assembly plant to be built by a major domestic car maker in at least a decade.

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Microsoft Corp. is urging governments world-wide to enact regulation of facial-recognition technology next year that requires independent assessment of accuracy and bias and prohibits ongoing surveillance of specific people without a court order.

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Microsoft Corp. is urging governments world-wide to enact regulation of facial-recognition technology next year that requires independent assessment of accuracy and bias and prohibits ongoing surveillance of specific people without a court order.

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Boeing said it was canceling a controversial satellite order that was financed by a Chinese government-owned firm, citing default for nonpayment.

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Boeing said it was canceling a controversial satellite order that was financed by a Chinese government-owned firm, citing default for nonpayment.

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Get A Clue! (Friday Crossword, December 7)

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Watch a clip from the movie "Mary Queen of Scots," starring Saoirse Ronan. Photo: Focus Features

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The Secretary of State riles Europe by stating unpopular realities.

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The telecom giant pays a price for China’s abuse of global trade norms.

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Excerpts From James Baker's Poignant Eulogy of George H.W. Bush

James Baker, who served as President George H.W. Bush's secretary of state and chief of staff, delivered an emotional eulogy to his longtime friend. Here are excerpts. Photo: Associated Press

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Inconsistent rulings by circuit courts, especially the Ninth, have created chaos. Here’s a solution.

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