By George Parker, Jim Pickard & Jasmine Cameron-Chileshe | Financial Times (free)
Rishi Sunak on Tuesday became Britain’s third prime minister in the space of two months and issued a bleak warning on the steps of Downing Street: “Our country is facing a profound economic crisis.”
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By Devlin Barrett, Perry Stein & Ellen Nakashima | The Washington Post
The United States on Monday unveiled charges accusing two Chinese intelligence officers of attempting to subvert a criminal investigation into a China-based telecommunications company—one of three new cases that FBI Director Christopher A. Wray said shows Beijing is trying to “lie, cheat and steal” its way to a competitive advantage in technology.