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"From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. The US on void with ghanistan says negotiations with the Taliban and produced agreements in principle. What the US is demanding in a bid to end the nation's longest war what they want right away. And this is a potential peace deal is a ceasefire. And they want the Taliban to deal with the Afghan government based on a promise or a potential promise. We should say that they the Taliban will prevent Afghan territory from being used by terrorists. Think back after nine eleven harboring bin Laden, and Al Qaeda, the US obviously doesn't want that to happen. Again. ABC's Martha Raddatz gun fight in Houston between police in two drug suspects. The two suspects killed four officers shot a fifth suffered a knee injury too or hospitalized in critical condition. High level talks between the US and Chinese trade negotiators begin Wednesday White House economic adviser Larry cudlow this scope of these talks will be the broadest deepest in US. China history. We've never had anything this comprehensive. And I regard that as a as a big plus you in a related move, the US unveiled criminal charges against tech giant wa wa and a high level executive has been detained in Canada. The first indictment alleges that wall way employees set out to steal trade secrets from T mobile while the second charges company with misleading banks in order to circumvent US sanctions on Iran acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker says the company told banks it had sold off its Orion affiliate known as sky com. Reality wall, we had sold sky com to itself, Mark, Remillard, ABC news. While way denying the accusations. The Senate Judiciary committee today holds a confirmation hearing for attorney general nominee William bar in a letter to committee members Barr says he'll follow the law and Justice department policy in deciding what if any parts of special prosecutor Muller's Russia probe will be made public when it is complete. You're listening to ABC news.."