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A growing number of U.S. businesses feel unwelcome in communist China due to discriminatory government policies and inconsistent legal treatment, as per a survey released by the American Chamber of Commerce in China.
Beijing Shuts Down American Chamber of Commerce in Chengdu
Communist Chinese officials have forced the closure of the American Chamber of Commerce in the city of Chengdu. The chamber, which promoted trade between Chengdu and the United States, notified members that it had to...
FDA is facing criticism for the confusion created by approving Pfizer's Comirnaty vaccine.
Why the FDA’s Pfizer Vaccine Approval Is Controversial, Disingenuous and Facing a Lawsuit
On Aug. 23, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Until then, the vaccine was used solely under the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). The jab, known as the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19...
Florida will penalize businesses that ask for vaccine passports.
Florida to Fine Businesses Demanding COVID-19 Vaccine Passports
The Florida Department of Health (DOH) recently issued a notice stating that it intends to fine any business, government agency, or institution $5,000 that violates the state’s ban on COVID-19 vaccine passports. The rule will...
The twin towers of the World Trade Center billow smoke after hijacked airliners crashed into them early Sept. 11, 2001.
Biden Signs Executive Order to Release 9/11 Documents, Relationship With Saudi Arabia in Focus
President Joe Biden has signed an executive order instructing the U.S. Justice Department and other agencies to review and release some documents related to the FBI investigation of the 9/11 terrorist attack. The order comes...
General view of the tarmac inside the Bagram Airfield after all U.S. and NATO troops withdrew on July 5, 2021. Reports say the Chinese Communist Party is looking to plant roots in Bagram by way of a ruling Taliban government.
Beijing Looking to Occupy Bagram Airfield via Ruling Taliban: Report
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is looking to deploy personnel and set up a supply route in the formerly U.S.-controlled Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan under the blessings of an established Taliban government, according to a...
A recent survey revealed increasing support for U.S. military intervention to protect Taiwan’s sovereignty against China.
Survey: Americans Support Aiding Taiwan Against a Mainland Chinese Invasion
A new survey suggests that a majority of Americans favor U.S. troops defending Taiwan in a scenario where the communist People's Republic of China (PRC) invades the democratic island. The survey, published on Aug. 25,...
An FBI building in Miami, Florida on June 23, 2006.
Child Sex-Crime FBI Investigator Charged for Sex Crimes Against Children
An FBI agent tasked with investigating sex crimes against children is now facing charges for allegedly committing sex crimes on children. The case has spanned several states, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office reports. Twisted irony...
An Instagram post by a Hollywood technician exposed the harsh working conditions of Hollywood crew members.
Hollywood Film Crews Complain About Harsh Working Conditions On Sets
Hollywood crew members are opening up about how they are being pushed to their limits at work. Some have reported working continuously for 18 hours a day without proper breaks, and the industry is under...
The U.S Supreme Court denied an attempt to block the implementation of the Texas Heartbeat Act.
5-4 Ruling: Supreme Court Rejects Plea to Block Texas Abortion Law
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a motion to block a new abortion law from taking effect in Texas. In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court allowed the Texas Heartbeat Act (Senate Bill 8), which...