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US Criticizes China for Cyberattack on Microsoft Exchange, But Falls Short of Action
The Biden administration recently condemned China for waging cyberattacks against America. Washington was joined by its allies like the European Union who also issued their own statements criticizing the Chinese regime’s actions. However, some security...
US Government will spend $3 billion on underserved communities to create jobs and drive development.
Washington Announces $3 Billion Plan to Help Distressed Communities
On July 22, the Biden administration announced a $3 billion economic development plan focused on supporting jobs and economic recovery among underserved and distressed communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The plan, ‘Investing in America’s...
Washington has imposed sanctions on Cuba, which many are calling ineffective.
Biden Sanctions Cuban Regime, Communists Promoting Violence Against Protestors
On July 22, the Biden administration announced sanctions against Cuban Security Forces amidst Havana’s violent crackdown on people protesting against the six-decade-old communist government. The protests, which began on July 11, were triggered by shortages...
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman meets Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Tianjin, China in this handout picture released July 26, 2021. U.S. Department of State
China Hits US Officials With Counter-Sanctions, State Department Arranges Meeting to Smoothen Relations
On July 23, Beijing announced counter-sanctions on six American individuals and one entity in response to Washington’s sanctions on Chinese officials involved in suppressing human rights in Hong Kong. The sanctions are the first such...
BLM blames the U.S. government for Cuban crisis while extending support to the communist regime.
Black Lives Matter Sides With Cuban Government on Protests, Blames US for Unrest
Black Lives Matter has attracted a new round of scrutiny following a recent statement in support of the Cuban regime even when the communist government is dealing with large-scale citizen protests. In the statement, posted...
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found evidence of FBI officials accepting gifts from media personnel without prior authorization.
Senior FBI Official Found Accepting Gifts From Media
An investigation by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) at the Department of Justice (DoJ) found that a senior FBI official maintained connections with several members of the media between January and November 2016,...
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki speaks at a briefing at the White House July 23, 2021, in Washington, DC. The Chinese Communist Party claims a second China-based inquiry into the origins of SARS-CoV-2 would be “arrogance towards science.” Psaki categorized the comments as “irresponsible” and “dangerous.”
China Calls Second COVID-19 Origin Inquiry ‘Arrogance Towards Science,’ White House Says Reaction ‘Irresponsible’ and ‘Dangerous’
Spokespersons from Beijing and Washington engaged in rhetoric on July 22 after the Communist Party rejected a World Health Organization call for a second Wuhan-based investigation into origins of SARS-CoV-2, the pathogen that causes Coronavirus...
Former CIA Inspector General David Buckley testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee about the lessons learned about intelligence and information sharing after the Boston Marathon bombings April 30, 2014 in Washington, DC. Buckley, appointed to be Staff Director of the House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 Capitol riots, has a history of retaliating against whistleblowers.
Pelosi’s Jan. 6 Committee Picks Include Former CIA Inspector General Who Retaliated Against Whistleblower
As congressional Democrats push ahead with an inquest into the Jan. 6 Capitol Building riots, the Committee’s appointed Staff Director, a former CIA Inspector General, has been found to have a history of retaliating against...
In this photo illustration, a mobile phone can be seen displaying the logos for Chinese apps WeChat and TikTok in front of a monitor showing the flags of the United States and China on an internet page, on September 22, 2020 in Beijing, China. A recent investigation by Wall Street Journal found TikTok’s algorithm can learn its users' desires in as little as 40 minutes and will quickly bury the account in a rabbit hole of related content.
TikTok Learns User Desires in 40 Minutes, Curates Rabbitholed Content
Chinese Communist Party controlled video-based social influencing app TikTok learns a user’s desires and attachments in as little as 40 minutes before beginning the process of bombarding the client with curated content designed to keep...