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Death by China—Confronting the Red Dragon
Greg Autry spoke on China’s economy and its impact on the world to an audience of over 100 people in at the Eagle Forum, a pro-family volunteer organization in Seal ...
February 12, 2014
Most Vitamins Are From China—It’s a Bigger Problem Than You Realize
If you are taking vitamins, there is a good chance that they were imported from China. Here's information ...
February 6, 2014
Motorola Future Product Security in Question After Purchase by China’s Lenovo
Lenovo’s multibillion dollar purchase of Motorola follows a recent trend, and a new directive by Chinese authorities, to ...
February 3, 2014
US Budget Identifies China as ‘Cyber Threat’
The new U.S. budget attempts to rein in the Chinese regime’s spying on the United States.
January 21, 2014
Ex-Bloomberg China Reporter, Michael Forsythe, Hired by New York Times
After parting with Bloomberg News for leaking to other media agencies that it had killed a story on ...
January 11, 2014
Wal-Mart Recalls Donkey Meat Containing Fox in China
Wal-Mart said late on Wednesday it will recall the “Five Spice” donkey meat sold at some of its ...
January 3, 2014
For Doomsday Cyberattack, China has Options
China to destroy computers may not be as easy to execute as originally thought, but there are other ...
January 2, 2014
Chinese Recycling Tycoon Looks to Buy The New York Times
A Chinese businessman has caused a stir with public statements that he wishes to purchase a portion of ...
January 2, 2014
China May Approve US Beef, Following Chicken Deal
Following a meeting with the U.S.–China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, Chinese officials announced on Dec. 20 ...
December 25, 2013
Sizing Up Ambassador Baucus
Max Baucus, the six-term Montana Senator, was named to replace Gary Locke as the next U.S. ambassador to ...
December 24, 2013
China Tests US Resolve to Uphold Freedom of the Seas
When a U.S. warship had to maneuver to avoid crashing into a Chinese warship on Dec. 5 in ...
December 23, 2013
Congressional Commission Calls on China to Cease Harassing US Journalists
Congressional Commission faults China for delaying and denying working visas to US journalists.
December 22, 2013
Bloomberg and New York Times Served Notice by China’s Leadership
The withholding of residency visas for reporters from Bloomberg News and The New York Times (NYT) can be ...
December 19, 2013
Chinese Hackers Brought Federal Election Commission to Stand-Still
Chinese hackers launched an attack against the Federal Election Commission on Oct. 1 during the government shutdown—worst in ...
December 17, 2013
Europe Shown Getting Nuked in Promotion for China’s Moon Rover
The setting for a promotional diorama for China’s gold-colored Yutu "Jade Rabbit" moon rover has caught the Internet’s ...
December 17, 2013
Celebrating International Human Rights Day
LOS ANGELES—On Human Rights Day, Dec. 10, Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) held a press conference in ...
December 12, 2013
Reporting Zhou Yongkang’s Arrest: Primer on the Power Struggle in Beijing
The publication of the news that former domestic security tsar Zhou Yongkang is under shuanggui, the abusive system ...
December 11, 2013
Five Chinese Daughters Ask Congress to Help Free Their Fathers
Five daughters of fathers imprisoned for their beliefs in Communist China testify at a Congressional hearing on the ...
December 9, 2013
US Lags Behind China on Student Math Skills, PISA Results
The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) released its 2012 results on Dec. 3 showing Shanghai—the only listed ...
December 4, 2013
Chinese Authorities Block Visas for Food Safety Inspectors
Health inspectors from the FDA have trouble accessing Chinese facilities that ship to the U.S., as Chinese authorities ...
December 3, 2013
Chinese Fighter Jets Tail US, Japanese Planes
Chinese fighter jets followed American and Japanese planes in the East China Sea, after China created an air ...
December 1, 2013
Hold Your Forks: US May Lift Ban on Raw Chinese Chicken
Chicken raised in China is currently banned in the United States and several countries around the world due ...
November 29, 2013
US Questions China’s Intentions on ‘Air Defense Zone’
The Obama administration wants China to explain the intentions behind its creation of an air defense zone over ...
November 27, 2013
China Builds Up Navy, Conducts Large-Scale Cyberespionage, Says Report
The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) has warned the U.S. Congress of troubling developments in security-related ...
November 26, 2013
Chinese People Regret Humble US Ambassador’s Departure
From the moment Gary Locke stood in line at a Starbucks in Seattle to fetch his own coffee ...
November 21, 2013
Wealthy Chinese Seek American Babies
Wealthy Chinese go to the U.S. for surrogate mother services.
November 1, 2013
US Is the Enemy, Says Chinese Military Documentary
A documentary film produced by top personnel in the Chinese military says that the United States has for ...
October 31, 2013
Oregon Memorandum Details Abuse in Commercial Foster Care Facilities
Pompeo: President Trump ‘Fully Prepared’ for Military Action Against Turkey If ‘Needed’
Homeland Security to Collect DNA of Illegal Immigrants at Border
Republican Lawmakers Renew Criticism on Impeachment Inquiry Process
House Democrats Block GOP Resolution to Censure Schiff
Apple CEO Appointed Chair of Board at Top Chinese University With Close Ties to Beijing
Supreme Court to Hear Illegal Alien’s Claim to Right to Dispute Removal