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US will push China to change policy that threatens American jobs, Treasury Secretary Yellen says

US will push China to change policy that threatens American jobs, Treasury Secretary Yellen says

BEIJING (AP) — The Biden administration will push China to change an industrial policy that poses a threat to U.S. jobs , Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Monday after wrapping up four days of talks with Chinese officials.
Toyota will oversee model certification at subsidiary Daihatsu after safety testing scandal

Toyota will oversee model certification at subsidiary Daihatsu after safety testing scandal

TOKYO (AP) — Japanese automaker Toyota will oversee model certification at its subsidiary Daihatsu to regain trust among dealers, customers and workers after a safety testing scandal, Daihatsu's new president said Monday. Toyota Motor Corp.

2 dead after car crash with a Washington State Patrol trooper, authorities say

SEATTLE (AP) — Two people were killed in a car crash with a Washington State Patrol trooper just west of Seattle, authorities said Saturday evening.

AP News in Brief at 11:04 p.m. EDT

Israel finds the body of a hostage killed in Gaza, while talks will resume on a cease-fire CAIRO (AP) — Israel's military said Saturday it had recovered the body of a 47-year-old farmer who was held hostage in Gaza, while negotiators prepared for ano
New York City's skyscrapers are built to withstand most earthquakes

New York City's skyscrapers are built to withstand most earthquakes

NEW YORK (AP) — The ground rumbled Friday beneath New York City, home to famous skyscrapers like the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center.
Japanese leader visits new chip factory, stressing ties with Taiwan and support for key technology

Japanese leader visits new chip factory, stressing ties with Taiwan and support for key technology

TOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida visited a new semiconductor plant for which his government has pledged more than 1 trillion yen ($7 billion) of support to secure a steady supply of chips on Saturday.
California-based 99 Cents Only Stores is closing down, citing COVID, inflation and product theft

California-based 99 Cents Only Stores is closing down, citing COVID, inflation and product theft

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California-based 99 Cents Only Stores said Friday it will close all 371 of its outlets, ending the chain's 42-year run of selling an assortment of bargain-basement merchandise.
New Mexico electric vehicle mandates to remain in place as auto dealers fight the new rules

New Mexico electric vehicle mandates to remain in place as auto dealers fight the new rules

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Japan's Kishida, ahead of US trip, seeks stronger military ties with Washington and other partners

Japan's Kishida, ahead of US trip, seeks stronger military ties with Washington and other partners

TOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Friday he wants to strengthen military and weapons development cooperation with the United States as well as with other countries such as the Philippines, as he prepares for a visit to the U.S.
Mercedes workers at an Alabama plant call for union representation vote

Mercedes workers at an Alabama plant call for union representation vote

NEW YORK (AP) — A majority of workers at a Mercedes-Benz plant near Tuscaloosa, Alabama , are calling for a vote to join the United Auto Workers union, which is on a drive to sign up non-union plants across the country.