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Rep. Michael McCaul accused the White House of failing to plan the withdrawal from Afghanistan. McCaul is the ranking GOP member in the House's Foreign Affairs Committee. His comments came as Republicans on the committee prepared a scathing report of the withdrawal. Sign up for our newsletter to receive our top stories based on your reading preferences — delivered daily to your inbox. There was no plan, and there's no plan executed," McCaul said of the withdrawal.
Persons: Michael McCaul, , Biden, Joe Biden, Margaret Brennan, McCaul, Brennan, Antony Blinken, Hunter Biden, Adrienne Watson, Watson Organizations: Foreign Affairs, Service, Rep, Republican, House Foreign Affairs, US State Department, GOP, CBS, White, Hamid, State Department, American, Washington Post, National Security, United States Locations: Afghanistan, McCaul, White House, Vietnam, Kabul, Kabul's, Iran, Iranian, United
Register now for FREE unlimited access to RegisterThe exercises were "a stern deterrent to the United States and Taiwan continuing to play political tricks and undermine peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait", it added. Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang said they would not be deterred by China's response to such visits by foreign friends. The latest group of U.S. lawmakers to visit Taiwan were due to meet Tsai on Monday morning. "In all of these meetings, the delegation had an opportunity to exchange views with Taiwan counterparts on a wide range of issues of importance to both the United States and Taiwan," the American Institute in Taiwan said. The United States has no formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan but is bound by law to provide the democratically governed island with the means to defend itself.
Persons: Tsai Ing, Ed Markey, Nancy Pelosi, Su Tseng, Tsai, Joseph Wu, Taiwan's, Ben Blanchard, Himani Sarkar, Robert Birsel Organizations: People's Liberation Army, PLA, Eastern, Command, cnsphoto, REUTERS, . House, Eastern Theatre Command, China's Defence Ministry, U.S, Taiwan, American Institute, United, Beijing, Thomson Locations: Zhangzhou, Fujian province, China, REUTERS BEIJING, TAIPEI, Taiwan, U.S, Beijing, Taipei, United States, Washington, Republic of China
U.S. Lawmakers Travel to Taiwan on Heels of Pelosi Visit
  + stars: | 2022-08-14 | by ( Liza Lin | Joyu Wang | )   time to read: 1 min
A group of U.S. lawmakers flew to Taiwan on Sunday with plans to meet with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing -wen, a visit that is likely to rekindle tensions in the region after China encircled the island with live-fire military drills in response to a visit by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi earlier this month. The bipartisan congressional delegation, led by Senate Foreign Relations Committee member Ed Markey (D., Mass. ), plans to spend two days on the island and is expected to meet with senior Taiwanese leaders to discuss U.S.-Taiwan relations, regional security, global supply chains and climate change, according to the American Institute of Taiwan.
Persons: Tsai Ing, Nancy Pelosi, Ed Markey Organizations: Senate Foreign Relations, U.S, American Institute of Taiwan Locations: U.S, Taiwan, China
Canada's Naima Moreira Laliberte, with her horse Statesman during the FEI World Championships 2022 in Herning, Denmark August 14, 2022. "The opportunity to be on the international stage, in a big stadium in one of the world's best competitions is amazing. This is a step in the right direction for me," Laliberte told Reuters. "But luckily for him, I fell in love with a Lusitano horse and he became my best friend growing up." Laliberte went to last year's Tokyo Games as a reserve rider for the Canadian team and is now determined to make the cut for Paris 2024.
Persons: Canada's Naima Moreira Laliberte, Leanjo De Koster, Naima Moreira Laliberte, Laliberte, Guy Laliberte, Ashley Holzer, Ashley I, Dhruv Munjal, Pritha Sarkar Organizations: Statesman, FEI, REUTERS, Pan, Pan American Games, Reuters, Tokyo, Canadian, Paris, Thomson Locations: Herning, Denmark, Pan American, Denmark's Herning, Canada, Seoul, New Delhi
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Californians who qualify are eligible to receive anywhere from $200 to $1,050 depending on their income and tax filing status. David Ige approved the measure to refund each resident of Hawaii $100 or $300 based on their income, tax filing status and a number of exemptions. MassachusettsThe Massachusetts legislature recently failed to approve $250 stimulus checks for qualifying residents, however, money is still likely to be distributed to a wide swath of Massachusetts citizens. New MexicoNew Mexico is providing two separate stimulus checks to its residents, thanks to a new law signed by Gov. These rebates are being paid out automatically this month to those who have already filed their 2021 state income tax returns.
Persons: Gavin Newsom, You'll, Bill, Jan, John Carney, Ron DeSantis, Brian Kemp, David, Brad Little, Eric Holcomb, Holcomb, Janet Mills, Charlie Baker, Phil Murphy, Michelle Lujan Grisham, who's, Henry McMaster, hasn't, Roth Organizations: California Gov, California's, , state's Department of Revenue, Gov, Delaware's Department of Finance, of Georgia's Department of Revenue, of Hawaii's Department, Taxation, Payments, Tax Commission, Illinois, of, . Indiana Gov, Indiana Department of Revenue, Maine Revenue Services, Massachusetts Gov, New Jersey's, Oregon Oregon, Oregon Earned, South Carolina, South Carolina's Department of Revenue, Virginia Residents, Virginia Department, Taxation's, Fidelity, ®, Fidelity Investments, Savings, American Express, Express National, FDIC, American Express National Locations: California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Idaho's, Illinois Illinois, of Illinois, Maine Maine, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Mexico New Mexico, Oregon, South Carolina, Virginia
A congressional delegation led by Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., landed in Taiwan Sunday, less than two weeks after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to the Beijing-claimed island drew a furious response from China. The five-member delegation also includes Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif., Rep. Alan Lowenthal, D-Calif., Rep. Don Beyer, D-Va., Rep. Amata Coleman Radewagen, R-American Samoa, the American Institute in Taiwan said in a statement on Sunday. They will meet senior Taiwanese leaders to discuss security, trade, supply chains and other issues, the statement said. ET) at Songshan Airport in Taiwan's capital Taipei, the group were welcomed by Vice Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Tah-ray Yui. China angrily denounced Pelosi‘s visit to Taiwan as a “serious violation” and launched a series of military exercises around the self-governing island in response.
Persons: Sen, Ed Markey, Nancy Pelosi's, John Garamendi, Alan Lowenthal, Don Beyer, Amata Coleman Radewagen, Alexander Tah, Yui, China, Pelosi‘s Organizations: American Institute, Songshan, Vice Foreign Locations: Taiwan, Beijing, China, American Samoa, U.S, Taiwan's, Taipei
The Airbnb listing was simple: A charming Mississippi cottage with old-fashioned decor and access to Wi-Fi and streaming platforms. Recent outrage over the listed slave cabins started with the Panther Burn Cottage, a Greenville, Mississippi, slave cabin built on a plantation in the 1800s. Wynton Yates, a Black lawyer from New Orleans, posted a now-viral TikTok about the Airbnb listing late last month. “I’ve come across slave dwellings with many uses like rental spaces, she sheds, man caves, garages. Meanwhile, other plantations allow people to spend the night in some of its buildings, but draw the line at slave dwellings.
Persons: Wynton Yates, , ” Yates, It’s, Airbnb, Joseph McGill Jr, “ I’ve, ” McGill, Tara Dudley, Hill, they’d, , Bill Sheehan, Mireille, ” Sheehan, Marguerite, Tracy Smith, ” Smith, ” Rowena Dasch, Neill, Cochran, Dasch, ” Dasch, You’re, David Green, Ann Redd, Green, ” Green, Ben Breit, ” Breit Organizations: NBC News, Neill, Cochran, American Buildings Survey, Washington Post, Wilton House Museum, of Congress, American, Survey, McGill, Museum, Cochran House Museum, University of Texas, University of Virginia, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, Greenville , Mississippi, New Orleans, United States, Virginia, Prospect, Hartfield , Virginia, , Campbell County , Virginia, U.S, Austin, Brownsburg
On Monday, FBI agents seized 11 sets of classified documents from former President Donald Trump. On Monday, FBI agents seized 11 sets of classified documents former President Donald Trump had stashed in his home office at Mar-a-Lago in Florida. Included in the documents was secret information that only those with government-issued security clearances had access to. In ascending order of importance to national security, the levels of classified documents are Confidential, Secret, and Top Secret. Older versions of these cover sheets are shown in black and white.
Persons: Donald Trump, , Trump Organizations: FBI, Service, Federation of American Scientists, Mar, Department of Defense, National Archives, US General Services Administration, GSA, CDS Locations: Lago, Florida, United States
Ukrainian servicemen prepare a D-30 howitzer for fire near a frontline in Mykolaiv region, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, Ukraine August 13, 2022. Ukraine and Russia have traded accusations over multiple incidents of shelling at the Zaporizhzhia facility in southern Ukraine. Register now for FREE unlimited access to RegisterZelenskiy, who did not give any details, repeated claims that Russia was using the plant as nuclear blackmail. read moreUkrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak accused Russia of "hitting the part of the nuclear power plant where the energy that powers the south of Ukraine is generated." The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which is seeking to inspect the plant, has warned of a nuclear disaster unless fighting stops.
Persons: Oleksandr Ratushniak, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Zelenskiy, Mykhailo Podolyak, Podolyak, Antonio Guterres, Moscow, Alexander Darchiev, Darchiev, Natalia Zinets, Michael Perry, William Mallard Organizations: REUTERS, United, Twitter, International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, United Nations, Moscow, U.S . Senate, TASS, North American Department, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Mykolaiv, Ukraine, Moscow, Russia, United States, Ukraine KYIV, Dnipro, Russian, Ukrainian, Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Washington, Europe, UKRAINE, Turkey, Kyiv
Ricky Shiffer was killed after trying to breach an FBI field office in Cincinnati. An extremism researcher says the gunman who tried to breach an Ohio FBI field office was inspired by far-right groups and rhetoric who push conspiracy theories that can get those who ascribe to their beliefs killed. Jon Lewis, a research fellow at the Program on Extremism at George Washington University, told Insider that the gunman's actions were, unfortunately, not surprising. "They're picking up guns and they're going to FBI field offices and I think that that should be a massive concern," he said. On Thursday, after Shiffer tried to attack the field office, he took law enforcement on a car chase where he was fatally shot after raising a gun.
Persons: Ricky Shiffer, , Jon Lewis, Lewis, Shiffer, Donald Trump's, RickyWShifferJr, It's, Donald Trump Organizations: Service, George Washington University, Ohio FBI, Extremism, FBI, NBC News, Navy, The New York Times Locations: Cincinnati, Ohio, FBI Cincinnati, Mar, American
But amid this summer's travel chaos, a number of issues relating to the care of unaccompanied minors have emerged. Based on the information provided, parents can decide whether to allow their child to fly unaccompanied. Make sure your child is mature enoughMost airlines allow children as young as five years old to travel alone. Ensuring the child has the correct contact information on their lanyard about who is collecting them is also essential. Consider using a travel companion serviceNot everyone trusts airlines' unaccompanied minor programmes as airlines lose children all the time.
Persons: Ann Cawley, Cawley Organizations: Service, Department of Transportation, American Airlines, Care Locations: Shelly
A family was not allowed to board an American flight after saying their daughter had special needs. They told staff they had to be next to their 13-year-old daughter because she could suffer seizures. Insider verified flight tickets as well as email exchanges with the airline. A gate agent then spoke with the captain and told the family they would not be allowed to board. "They treated us like we were terrorists and did not believe that my daughter has special needs," he told Insider.
Persons: Uber Organizations: Service, American Airlines, Delta, American, Insider Locations: Orlando , Florida, Richmond , Virginia, Charlotte, Richmond
How Frustration Over TikTok Has Mounted in Washington
  + stars: | 2022-08-14 | by ( David Mccabe | )   time to read: +2 min
In an interview, Mr. Beckerman called TikTok’s data collection “all very minor” compared with other social apps. The White House may be preparing to act soon on broader policy around apps that could expose data to foreign adversaries. Federal courts eventually ruled that Mr. Trump’s order blocking TikTok was illegal, along with another blocking the Chinese-owned app WeChat, and last summer, Mr. Biden rolled both back. But the government has continued trying to reduce risks associated with TikTok. TikTok has said its plan is to store all its U.S. user data on Oracle’s servers in the United States, as opposed to TikTok’s servers in Singapore and Virginia.
Persons: Beckerman, Biden, , , Saloni Sharma, ” TikTok, Trump, ByteDance, TikTok Organizations: National Security Council, Mr, Apple, Google, Oracle, Federal Locations: United States, China, American, Singapore, Virginia
They had to borrow clothes from other passengers on their European river cruise. The airline said their bags were in different countries and only recovered one of their suitcases. George Moyer told Insider that he and his wife, both 82, had to borrow items from fellow passengers on their Viking river cruise in Europe last month. "I had taken three days worth of medication in my carry-on," Moyer told Insider. Other passengers on the river cruise loaned the couple clothing and they had to wash the few items they did have in their bathroom basin.
Persons: George Moyer, Moyer Organizations: Service, American Airlines, Airlines Locations: Europe, Charlotte , North Carolina, Philadelphia, Zurich, Switzerland, Lisbon, Portugal, Hamburg, Amsterdam
It was a long-shot bet on liquid natural gas, but it paid off handsomely — and turned the United States into a leading fossil-fuel exporter. The journalist Jake Bittle delves into the storied career of Charif Souki, the Lebanese American entrepreneur whose aptitude for risk changed the course of the American energy business. The article outlines how Mr. Souki rose from being a Los Angeles restaurant owner to becoming the co-founder and chief executive of Cheniere Energy, an oil and gas company that specialized in liquefied natural gas, and provides an insight into his thought process: “As Souki sees it,” Mr. Bittle writes, “the need to provide the world with energy in the short term outweighs the long-term demand of acting on carbon emissions.”
Persons: Jake Bittle, Charif Souki, Souki, ” Mr, Bittle Organizations: Cheniere Energy Locations: United States, Lebanese American, Los Angeles
Jack Weaver, an 82-year-old retired dairy farmer whose house sits on a Civil War battlefield, lives near General Motors' Spring Hill plant in Tennessee. The 82-year-old retired dairy farmer has lived in Spring Hill nearly his entire life. Rivian has faced notable pushback since announcing plans last year to build a $5 billion plant about 45 miles east of Atlanta, Georgia. In many cases, like in Spring Hill, the unexpected finds become intertwined in our own history, as well." The surrounding area is currently being used for employee parking during construction of the company's new $2.3 billion battery plant, next to the original plant.
Persons: Jack Weaver, Michael Wayland, He's, Weaver, I'm, aren't, Scott Keogh, CNBC Keogh, Jim Farley, Farley, That's, Arun Kumar, Pat Wilson, Bob Rolfe, Lewis, Brian Kemp, Haynes Haven, Sherman, JoEllen Artz, Artz, we're, Haynes, Eric Jacobson, Jacobson, Ray Curry Organizations: General, CNBC, Ford Motor, Nissan Motor, Motors, Subaru, Toyota Motor, BMW, Hyundai Motor, Rivian Automotive, Companies, Auto, Republican, Motor City, Investments, Center, Automotive Research, Hyundai, Volkswagen, Nissan, VW, Associated Press, U.S . Energy Information Administration, EV, Plant, South, SK Innovation, Ford, Tennessee, Gov, GM, Union Army, NBC News, Atlanta, Franklin Trust, The United Auto Workers, UAW Locations: Tennessee, Tenn, it's, Spring Hill, Nashville, Detroit, Spring, Kentucky, Smyrna , Tennessee, Georgia, American, Ann Arbor , Michigan, Midwest, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, America, Chattanooga , Tennessee, Chattanooga , TN, Mississippi, South Carolina, Alabama, Southern, AlixPartners, United States, Smyrna, South Korea, Japan, Rivian, Atlanta , Georgia, Spring Hill , Tennessee, Hamtramck, Hill, Haven
A passenger spent four days without his luggage after his flight was delayed. The airline told him they couldn't find it, so he used the Find My app to track it down. One American Airlines passenger managed to find his lost suitcase at an airport using his iPad and Apple's Find My app. The passenger's ordeal comes amid a summer of travel chaos, with many airlines losing luggage as well as delaying and canceling flights. The passenger used the Find My app to locate his baggage four days later and walked the American Airlines representative to where his bag was being stored in a different terminal at Dallas-Fort Worth.
Persons: Nathan Organizations: Service, Technology, American Airlines, Fort, Airlines Locations: Utah, Dallas, Fort Worth, Texas, Marion County , Indiana, Indiana,
If it persists, the bad mood could slow spending and drag the economy into an actual slump. The path forward is murky for the most experienced economists, let alone the average American, and that's adding to the bad vibes, Scanlon said. But Americans' bad vibes point to serious problems emerging in the recovery. Americans' bad vibes endanger the still-fragile economyThere wouldn't be much to worry about if Americans' bad vibes were just feelings. Americans would sharply pull back on spending and the US could plunge into a consumer-led recession, the economist said.
Persons: , It's, Kyla Scanlon, There's, Scanlon, downturns, that's, Arend Kapteyn, Kapteyn, Biden, aren't, Brett Ryan, Ryan, UBS's Kapteyn Organizations: Service, National Bureau of Economic Research, UBS Investment Bank, Federal Reserve, Companies, Deutsche Bank, Workers
Alaska AirlinesCountry: USA2021 Capacity: 33,645,148 seats2018 Capacity: 54,574,295 seats19. VCG/VCG via Getty ImagesCountry: China2021 Capacity: 115,625,762 seats2018 Capacity: 122,917,175 seats4. On The Run Photo/ShutterstockCountry: USA2021 Capacity: 143,180,744 seats2018 Capacity: 233,758,798 seats2. Nicolas Economou/Getty ImageCountry: USA2021 Capacity: 151,146,489 seats2018 Capacity: 256,928,663 seats1. Jonathan Weiss/ShutterstockCountry: USA2021 Capacity: 168,852,981 seats2018 Capacity: 209,526,838 seats
Persons: OAG, , Markus Mainka, Easyjet EasyJet, Simone Previdi, Lukas Wunderlich, Carlos Yudica, Jason Cairnduff, Heather Dunbar, IndiGo, Nicolas Economou, Dmitry Rukhlenko, Jonathan Weiss Organizations: Carriers, Aviation, Service, Pilots, International Aviation Transportation Agency, American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, Airline, Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Hainan Airlines, Alaska Airlines Alaska Airlines . Alaska Airlines, Shandong Airlines Shandong Airlines, Hainan Airlines Hainan Airlines, Xiamen Airlines Xiamen Airlines, Sichuan Airlines Sichuan Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines Shenzhen Airlines, JetBlue Airways JetBlue Airways, Spirit Airlines Spirit Airlines, Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines, Ryanair Ryanair, Reuters, Skywest Airlines SkyWest Airlines, Getty Images, Air China Air, United Airlines United Airlines, China Eastern Airlines China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines China Southern Airlines, Airbus, Delta Air Lines Delta Air Lines, American Airlines American Airlines, Southwest Airlines Southwest Airlines Locations: COVID, London, Shandong, China, Hainan, Sichuan, Turkey, Ireland, India, Air China Air China
But interest rate hikes are eating into gains from the most popular trusts used to transfer wealth. Here is how the wealthy are giving millions now to take advantage of an expiring Trump tax cut. But the end is drawing closer for a tax cut from the Trump administration that allowed the rich to give away twice as many millions without paying estate tax. Currently, individuals and married couples can gift or bequeath #12.06 million and $24.1 million, respectively, before a 40% federal estate tax kicks in. Wealthy taxpayers, including media mogul Michael Bloomberg and Blackstone's Stephen Schwarzman, per ProPublica, often use trusts to avoid estate tax.
Persons: Rich, Biden, Trump, Michael Bloomberg, Blackstone's Stephen Schwarzman, Katie Carlson, Carlson, There's, Eric Mann, Neal Gerber Eisenberg, Jere Doyle, Doyle, Mann, Robert Strauss, Weinstock Manion, Strauss Organizations: Trump, Democratic, Bank of, BNY Mellon Wealth Management Locations: GRATs
The United Nations' worst-case scenario calculation is that global food prices will rise by an additional 8.5% by 2027. Spikes in fertilizer prices started when Russia invaded Ukraine in 2022. The region is responsible for at least 28% of the world's fertilizer exports, including nitrogen-, potassium- and phosphorus-based fertilizers, according to Morgan Stanley. "There's a direct relationship with what we're seeing in fuel prices and fertilizer prices," Jo Handelsman, director of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, told CNBC. Watch the video above to learn more about the world fertilizer crisis amid supply chain woes and its climate change impact, while exploring potential solutions on the horizon.
Persons: Meagan Kaiser, NBC's, Lester Holt, Johanna Mendelson Forman, Morgan Stanley, Jo Handelsman, I'm, Ronald Vargas Organizations: United Nations, American Farm Bureau, Family Farms, United, Farmers, International Fertilizer Association, U.S . Department of Agriculture, Spikes, American University's School of International Service, CNBC, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, University of Wisconsin, Global Soil Partnership Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Madison
A shooting near the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem wounded eight, including a New York family of four. According to reports, the worshippers had returned from praying at the Western Wall. The Western Wall, the only surviving remnant of the Second Temple, is the holiest site in Judaism. No Israeli was killed or seriously injured after the PIJ counter-attacked by firing hundreds of rockets into the Jewish state. Meanwhile, during the week, three suspected Palestinian militants were killed in a gunfight with Israeli forces in the West Bank city of Nablus.
Persons: Amir Sidawi, Sidawi, Yair Lapid, Tom Nides, Israel's Organizations: Service, Israeli, West Bank, AP, Reuters Locations: Old City, Jerusalem, New York, East Jerusalem, York, American, Israel, Brooklyn , New York, Gaza, Nablus
A bankruptcy filing remains on your credit history for 10 years and makes getting a loan or mortgage difficult. "If you can pay off your debts outside bankruptcy, you should," said Leibowitz, a past chairman of the consumer bankruptcy committee of the American Bankruptcy Institute. What to doThe bankruptcy process involves a series of steps and procedures that have to be followed. The kind of bankruptcy filing you choose will depend on your circumstances. What not to doThe biggest mistake people make in bankruptcy filings is trying to game the system.
Persons: seksan, I've, Charles Juntikka, David Leibowitz, lockdowns, Leibowitz, you've, Juntikka, Boris Becker Organizations: American Bankruptcy Locations: New York, Chicago
U.S. lawmakers arrive in Taiwan with China tensions simmering
  + stars: | 2022-08-14 | by ( )   time to read: +3 min
In this photo released by the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, from left, U.S. Democratic House member Alan Lowenthal from California, Democratic House members John Garamendi, Donald Yu-Tien Hsu, Director-General, dept. A delegation of U.S. lawmakers arrived in Taiwan on Sunday for a two-day trip during which they will meet President Tsai Ing-wen, the second high-level group to visit while there are military tensions between the self-ruled island and China. "Especially at a time when China is raising tensions in the Taiwan Strait and the region with military exercises, Markey leading a delegation to visit Taiwan once again demonstrates the United States Congress' firm support for Taiwan," it said in a statement. Markey's office said the lawmakers "will reaffirm the United States' support for Taiwan as guided by the Taiwan Relations Act, U.S. - China Joint Communiques, and Six Assurances, and will encourage stability and peace across the Taiwan Strait." Eleven Chinese military aircraft crossed the Taiwan Strait's median line or entered Taiwan's air defense zone on Sunday, Taiwan's Defence Ministry said.
Persons: Alan Lowenthal, John Garamendi, Donald Yu, Tien Hsu, Don Beyer, Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen, Tsai Ing, Nancy Pelosi's, Ed Markey, Tsai, Markey Organizations: Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Democratic, North American Affairs, Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republican, U.S, House, United States Congress, Taiwan, Foreign Relations, International Cybersecurity, congressional, Weapons, Taiwan Relations, Taiwan's Defence Ministry Locations: U.S, California, Virginia, American Samoa, Taipei, Taiwan, China, Beijing, Taiwan Strait, Asia, Pacific, United States, Taipei's, Songshan, Taoyuan
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