US lawmakers ask Biden administration to increase tariffs on Chinese-made drones

US lawmakers ask Biden administration to increase tariffs on Chinese-made drones

By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday asked the Biden administration to impose higher tariffs on Chinese drones, including those shipped from other countries, and new incentives to boost U.S. drone manufacturers. Representative Mike...
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Texas border enforcement law again blocked in legal whiplash

Texas border enforcement law again blocked in legal whiplash

By Mica Rosenberg and Kristina Cooke (Reuters) -A Republican-backed Texas law that would empower law enforcement authorities in the state to arrest people suspected of illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border was blocked again late on Tuesday by a federal app...
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Trump loses bid to pause $454.2 million judgment in NY civil fraud case

Trump loses bid to pause $454.2 million judgment in NY civil fraud case

By Jonathan Stempel and Luc Cohen NEW YORK (Reuters) -Donald Trump on Wednesday lost a bid to pause a $454.2 million civil fraud judgment against him for overstating his net worth and real estate values to dupe lenders, meaning he...
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Supreme Court grapples with the legality of US ban on gun ‘bump stocks’

Supreme Court grapples with the legality of US ban on gun ‘bump stocks’

By Andrew Chung and John Kruzel WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. Supreme Court justices struggled over technical aspects of “bump stocks” on Wednesday as they considered the legality of a ban imposed under former President Donald Trump on these devices t...
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