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FILE - In this Saturday, March 23, 2019, file photo, Apple CEO Tim Cook waves as he arrives for the Economic Summit held for the China Development Forum in Beijing, China. Few U.S. companies are more vulnerable to a trade war with China than Apple. The company relies on factories in China to assemble the iPhones that generate most of its profits; it has also cultivated a loyal following in the country. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)

China has more weapons in US tariff war - but do they work?

- Associated Press

Looking for ways to hit back at Washington as a tariff fight escalates, President Xi Jinping and his economy czar visited a Chinese factory that processes rare earths - exotic minerals used in electric cars, mobile phones and other technology.

FILE - This Sept. 12, 2018, file photo shows an Apple iPhone XR on display at the Steve Jobs Theater after an event to announce new products, in Cupertino, Calif. A Chinese national in Oregon sent hundreds of supposedly broken iPhones to Apple over two years, and got replacements under warranty of almost 1,500 devices. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

Chinese man guilty of defrauding Apple out of 1,500 iPhones

- Associated Press

Over the span of two years, a Chinese national in Oregon sent devices that looked like iPhones to Apple, saying they wouldn't turn on and should be replaced under warranty. He didn't just submit a couple of the devices -- he delivered in person or shipped to Apple around 3,000 of them.

Emily Cunningham, center, who works as a user experience designer at Amazon.com, speaks during a news conference following Amazon's annual shareholders meeting, Wednesday, May 22, 2019, in Seattle held by the group "Amazon Employees for Climate Justice." (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Amazon rejects facial recognition, climate change proposals

- Associated Press

Despite pressure from civil rights groups, activist investors and its own employees, Amazon said Wednesday that shareholders at an annual meeting in Seattle voted against proposals related to two major social issues: climate change and facial recognition technology.

Proposed Idaho powerline could help US cybersecurity efforts

- Associated Press

Federal officials are taking public comments on a plan to build a 16.5-mile (27-kilometer) powerline at an eastern Idaho nuclear site as part of a cybersecurity effort to bolster protections for the nation's electric grid.

Search warrants tied to former Trump lawyer Cohen released

- Associated Press

It was Michael Cohen's numerous contacts with a Russia-linked company and a sudden flow of foreign money into a bank account he controlled that led federal investigators to look into whether the money might be part of a plan to lift U.S. sanctions on Russia, according to court filings unsealed Wednesday.