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US Attorney General Curbs Seizure of Journalists’ Phone, Email Records
Attorney General Merrick Garland on Monday reversed a long-standing Department of Justice (DOJ) policy by formally banning federal prosecutors from seizing the records of journalists in most leak investigations. The ...
July 19, 2021
Former Apple Daily Executive Mark Simon: ‘Hong Kong Will Keep Surviving’
The former executive of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily has said "you can't kill the idea of freedom" ...
July 2, 2021
Hong Kong Journalists Association Issued Statement to Defend Freedom of Press
The Hong Kong National Security law that was introduced last June is stifling freedom of the press in ...
June 29, 2021
Canadian Lawmakers Condemn Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times Printing Press
Several Canadian lawmakers have condemned the assault on the Hong Kong Epoch Times printing facility, calling on the ...
April 16, 2021
Sydney Rally to Protect HK Freedoms Condemns Attack on HK Printing Press
Australians have rallied on Thursday to condemn the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) escalating attacks on people of faith ...
April 15, 2021
Hong Kong Media Skips Coverage of US Official’s Speech on Religion Freedom
Hong Kong media was noticeably silent after U.S. ambassador for religious freedom Sam Brownback gave a speech at ...
March 11, 2019
News Corp and the Future of Public Service Media
Once again News Corporation is on the offensive against its old enemy, the BBC, to shrink this public ...
August 30, 2015
Taiwan President Nominee Looks to New York for Inspiration
Tsai Ing-Wen, presidential nominee of Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party, met with supporters at the Marriott Hotel in Brooklyn, ...
June 7, 2015
Banned Books at Hong Kong Book Fair Attract Mainland Visitors
Mainland Chinese flock to Hong Kong Book Fair to buy books banned in China.
August 23, 2014
Indian Channel Says Government Gagging Media
Zee News, an Indian television channel, decried the arrest of two of its senior staff members, characterizing the ...
November 28, 2012
Hong Kong Reporter Goes Undercover on Mainland ‘Brainwashing Tour’
A reporter from the Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily recently went undercover as a university student to attend ...
August 16, 2012
Biden’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors Now Blocked Nationwide
Amazon’s Cloud Computing Services Struck by Major Outage
Lifestyle: A History Book That Puts the American Story in Its Proper Context
Florida Unveils Tools for Reporting Employers Who Violate Restrictions on Vaccine Mandates
Supply Chain Crisis Expected To Intensify As China Installs 7-Week Quarantine
USPS Plans to Ship 12 Billion Items This Holiday Season
Dutch Court Upholds Immunity From Prosecution for Israel’s Gantz in Air Strikes Case
China’s Organ Harvesting Crimes to Come Under Focus on Human Rights Day
Danella Pérez Schmieloz
Unit Labor Costs Surged in 3rd Quarter, Adding to Signs of Persistent Inflation
Biden Commission Takes No Position on Packing Supreme Court