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Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign Fires Top Official Following Complaints of ‘Inappropriate Behavior’
The presidential campaign of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) fired a top male official for "inappropriate behavior," an outcome the official said he accepted. “Over the past two weeks, senior campaign ...
October 5, 2019
Violent Crash in California Kills 4 People, 2 Dogs; Witness Says Driver Ran Red Light: Officials
Officials said that four people and two dogs were killed in a violent crash, and a witness told ...
August 15, 2019
Former Obama Official Begins Trial in Case Connected to Mueller’s Russian Probe
Former President Barack Obama’s White House counsel went to trial on Monday, Aug. 12, accused of lying to ...
August 13, 2019
The Daily Caller News Foundation
US Eyes More Venezuelan Sanctions, but Oil on Backburner: US Official
WASHINGTON—The United States plans to turn up sanctions pressure on Venezuela but sees less need to immediately target ...
October 18, 2018
Taliban Attack Kills Top Afghan Officials, US General Unhurt
KABUL, Afghanistan—A high-level meeting to lay out security plans for Afghanistan's upcoming parliamentary elections had just concluded when ...
October 18, 2018
The Associated Press
Murders of Mistresses Often Linked to Officials in China
Zhao Liping, a powerful official in the Chinese province of Inner Mongolia, was recently arrested for killing his ...
March 31, 2015
A Top Shanghai Party Official is Put Under Investigation
Dai Haibo, the deputy secretary general of the Shanghai Municipal Government, is being investigated for “severe violations of ...
March 17, 2015
Government Purge in China Draws Closer to Former Regime Leader
The anti-corruption campaign currently sweeping through all levels of the Chinese Communist Party may be drawing closer to ...
March 1, 2015
Chinese Officials Lied About Almost Everything in Personal Records, Except Gender
Chinese communist officials have been faking information on their records in order to get better chance for bonuses ...
February 26, 2015
Your Rich Neighbor Might Be a Corrupt Chinese Official
There are an increasing number of cases where corrupt Chinese officials are buying luxury homes and villas, with ...
February 25, 2015
Two Songbirds Get Sacked From China’s New Year’s Gala, a Sign Their Powerful, Rumored Lovers Will Be Taken Down
China’s state-run media emphasized the absence from the CCTV New Year Gala this year of two female celebrity ...
February 18, 2015
China’s Communist Party Elite Says Goodbye to Marx, Hello Feng Shui
Enthusiasm for fortune telling and Feng Shui is common in Chinese communist officialdom as party members lose faith ...
February 5, 2015
President of Chinese Private Bank Is Busted for Corruption
The president of China’s major bank Minsheng Bank was reportedly taken away by central anti-graft organization for corruption ...
February 3, 2015
Why Are Chinese Officials Killing Themselves?
Following the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) 18th Party Congress, held in late 2012, a disproportionate number of Chinese ...
January 30, 2015
Public Skeptical Over Shanghai City Officials’ Response to Deadly New Year’s Eve Stampede
Shanghai punishes 11 district level officials for the deadly stampede at the city’s waterfront on New Year’s Eve, ...
January 25, 2015
Zeng Qinghong Next ‘Tiger’ to Fall in China? Hong Kong Media Report His Billions in Assets
Hong Kong media recently reported on the financial assets of former top Chinese regime official Zeng Qinghong, which ...
January 25, 2015
Former Chinese Regime Leader Jiang Zemin’s Telling Absence
Former Chinese communist leaders Jiang Zemin and Zeng Qinghong were absent from a mourning list of dozens of ...
January 23, 2015
Tyrant of the Water Works Taken Down in China
US$19.6 million cash and 27 Kg gold were seized from the home of the general manager of a ...
November 30, 2014
High-Ranking Chinese Naval Officer Commits Suicide Following Corruption Investigation
A high-ranking officer in the Chinese navy committed suicide last week, the most recent of three high-ranking military ...
November 20, 2014
Trial Opens for Chinese Economic Official Who Took Bribes
Liu Tienan, former head of China’s economic planning agency, went on trial on Sept. 24, pleading guilty to ...
September 24, 2014
Party Secretary Hangs Himself After Being Sacked
The Communist Party secretary in a district in the capital city of eastern Jiangsu Province was found hanging ...
September 18, 2014
Former Chinese Ambassador to Iceland Said to Be Arrested for Spying for Japan
A former Chinese ambassador to Iceland is said to have spied for Japan and was arrested by state ...
September 17, 2014
China’s Mooncakes the Latest Victim of Anti-Corruption Campaign
The sales of high-end mooncakes dropped over 50 percent this year due to China’s anti-corruption campaign.
September 8, 2014
Top Party Anti-Corruption Boss Suggests More Targets in Offing
Wang Qishan, the Chinese Communist Party’s top anti-corruption official, let slip a cryptic comment about the future of ...
August 29, 2014
Chinese Official in Charge of Prices Investigated for Corruption
Former high official in charge of approving and monitoring goods prices in China was recently put under investigation ...
August 28, 2014
Chinese Official Makes Stink Over Sweet-Smelling Herb
An official in China’s south-central Hunan Province took matters into his own hands and used his microblog to ...
August 17, 2014
Chaotic Official Sex Scandals Uncovered in China’s Yunnan Province
A Hong Kong TV station recently reported on complicated sexual scandals and a suicide involving high officials in ...
August 16, 2014
Space Command Chief: Developing ‘Space Warfighters’ Is a Priority
Pence Did Not Discuss Investigations in Warsaw Meeting With Zelensky, 2 Witnesses Confirm
Pompeo Announces US Will No Longer View Israeli Settlements as Illegal
Hong Kong Police Deploying New Weapons During Intense Clashes at Hong Kong College Campus
House Republicans Introduce Legislation to Improve Federal Budget Process
Democrat Who Voted Against Impeachment Says House Colleagues Are ‘Tired’ and ‘Bored’ of Effort
Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Release of Trump’s Taxes