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    SpaceX launches 1st space tourism mission2021-09-16
    American private space company SpaceX launched its first civilian space tourism mission named as Inspiration4 on Wednesday night from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
    U.S. condemns DPRK missile launches, calls for dialogue2021-09-16
    The United States on Wednesday condemned ballistic missile launches by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), calling on Pyongyang to engage in meaningful dialogue with Washington.
    1310190129_16317411134761n.jpg Vaccination efforts geared up in U.S. as COVID-19 kills 1 in 500 Americans2021-09-16
    Vaccination efforts geared up in U.S. as COVID-19 kills 1 in 500 Americans
    U.S. trade coalition urges Biden administration to end "misguided trade war" as tariffs hurt businesses2021-09-15
    Americans for Free Trade, a coalition of more than 150 industry associations that are united in the fight against tariffs, on Tuesday urged the Biden administration to end the "misguided trade war" initiated by the previous administration as tariffs continue to hurt American businesses across the country.
    U.S. COVID-19 mandate plan wins support, doctor presses for children's vaccines2021-09-15
    The U.S. federal government's latest COVID-19 vaccination mandates have won support in a recent poll and the country's top pediatrician has called for medical agencies to accelerate approval of vaccines for children, as the pandemic's Delta variant keeps on victimizing unvaccinated Americans.
    U.S. proposes tariff-rate-quota system to resolve steel tariff dispute with EU: media2021-09-11
    The United States has submitted an initial offer to the European Union (EU) that involves a tariff-rate-quota system to resolve a three-year dispute over steel imported from the bloc, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing a person familiar with the situation.
    True number of U.S. COVID-19 cases likely over 100 mln by end of 2020: study2021-09-09
    The true number of U.S. COVID-19 cases by the end of 2020 was likely more than 100 million, said a new study by researchers at Columbia University.
    COVID-19 runs wild in U.S., peak yet to be seen2021-09-09
    While the federal government sharpens new strategy to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the return of unvaccinated school children to classrooms, cold weather in the northern states and the upcoming holiday season could give the coronavirus new opportunities to spread in the United States, further fueling the cases and hospitalizations consistently on rise.
    "Endless wars" U.S. launched on terror cost much more than 9/11 attacks -- Nye2021-09-08
    While the 9/11 attacks killed several thousand Americans, the "endless wars" that the U.S. launched as part of the global war on terror "cost much more," renowned Harvard University professor Joseph S. Nye has said.
    White House calls on Congress to pass short-term funding bill to avoid gov't shutdown2021-09-08
    The White House budget office on Tuesday called on U.S. Congress to pass a short-term funding bill to avoid a potential federal government shutdown as current government funding is set to lapse at the end of September.
    U.S. misleads world on COVID-19 origins-tracing: media2021-09-05
    "The United States and a fistful of its allies are trying to mislead the world," an op-ed article by the leading English newspaper Bangladesh Post said recently.
    New York sets up service centers to help residents recover from flash flooding2021-09-05
    The emergency management and social service departments in New York City (NYC) on Saturday announced the establishment of five service centers across the city in a bid to support individuals and families affected by flash floods brought by the remnants of hurricane Ida.
    未命名_副本.jpg U.S. reels from COVID-19 impacts on travel, education and family2021-09-03
    U.S. reels from COVID-19 impacts on travel, education and family
    U.S. economic recovery slows amid spread of Delta variant: economist2021-09-01
    U.S. economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic is slowing due to the spread of the Delta variant and a sizable segment of unvaccinated people, Joseph Brusuelas, chief economist at accounting and consulting firm RSM US LLP, said on Tuesday.
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