As Warren aims for Super Tuesday rebound, will she alter her plan?
By Amanda Becker and Joseph Ax ARLINGTON, Va./MANCHESTER, N.H. (Reuters) – Hours before polls closed in New Hampshire, Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s campaign manager cautioned supporters that her expansive organizing operation would steadily collect delegates as the race proceeded no matter what happened in the state’s primary. Then Warren walked away with none from […]
Coronavirus prods Japan agencies, including data collectors, to embrace change
By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) – The coronavirus pandemic is forcing changes in Japan to the way economic data is collected and some government agencies meet, rare moves in a country where tradition plays a strong part in everyday life. The internal affairs ministry that compiles inflation data usually sends out about 700 staff to […]
Where the 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls differ on foreign policy
By Simon Lewis and Amanda Becker (Reuters) – The Democratic contenders hoping to challenge President Donald Trump in November 2020 all argue the Republican leader’s unorthodox foreign policy approach has endangered American interests. But clear divisions have emerged on how they would approach U.S. interests abroad. The contenders also differ on trade and whether to […]