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US Submarine Collides With Unknown Object in South China Sea
On Oct. 2, the USS Connecticut struck a mysterious object while submerged in the South China Sea. It was operating in international waters in the Indo-Pacific when the collision took place. 11 crew members were...
Washington Accuses Beijing of Blocking Boeing Sales in China
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo has accused Chinese authorities of stalling Boeing’s sale of planes to domestic airlines. She also said that Beijing was not adhering to the 2020 trade deal to buy American goods....
Why China Won’t Win An Arms Race Against America
China and the United States are facing off in an arms race as the two nations compete for maximum global influence. However, in this battle, the Chinese might not be able to win against America,...
China Opens Its First Plant That Turns Nuclear Waste Into Glass
On Saturday Sept. 11 China opened its first plant that will turn radioactive nuclear waste into nearly benign glass using a process called nuclear waste vitrification. The plant, located in Guangyuan, Sichuan province, is reported...
Kabul in Chaos as Taliban Storms Afghan Capital, Thousands Attempt Escape to US-Held Airport
The Taliban’s fierce march across Afghanistan has ended in the capital city of Kabul, months earlier than first expected, forcing thousands of men, women and children to attempt to flee creating chaos in the streets...
Mayorkas stated that the Coast Guard is watching out for illegal immigration via sea as Cubans protest their communist regime.
‘Don’t Come To America’: Biden Official Warns Cubans Fleeing Regime
Alejandro N. Mayorkas, Secretary of Homeland Security, warned in a July 13 press conference that people from Cuba and Haiti should not attempt to sail to the United States as they flee their countries. Both...
The U.S. recently announced increased cooperation with South Korea in fields such as semiconductors, AI, and 6G. Employees of Hynix Semiconductor are shown walking past the company's logo at a branch in Seoul on July 21, 2011. Hynix Semiconductor is the world's second-largest memory chip maker.
US Strengthens Ties With South Korea and Taiwan, Restructures Supply Chains Away From China
On May 21, President Joe Biden and South Korean President Moon Jae-in issued a joint statement, in which both leaders reaffirmed their “mutual commitment” to cooperate in various fields such as global health and technology...
China is seeking closer ties with U.S. state governments in a bid to circumvent the federal government.
China Pursues Subnational State Deals to Circumvent the US Federal Government
Chinese state-run Global Times recently published an article that hailed American state governments and Chinese provinces for “seeking to boost subnational economic and trade cooperation” via subnational deals amidst “tense bilateral ties” triggered by “Washington’s...
Israeli forces' flares light up the sky in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, on May 16, 2021. Israeli air strikes pounded the Gaza Strip while Palestinian militants launched rockets amid violence in the West Bank.
Israel-Palestine Conflict Intensifies as Hamas Misfires on Gazan Civilians and US Pushes for De-escalation
The conflict between Israel and Palestine continued into its sixth day with Hamas firing rockets into Israel and Israeli planes conducting airstrikes in Gaza. One of the major inciting events occurred on Friday, May 7,...
South Africa's Deputy President David Mabuza reviews a military honour guard with Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on October 31, 2019.
China’s Military Seeks to Establish Base on African Coast: Warning from US General
General Stephen Townsend, Chief of the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), recently warned that Beijing is attempting to set up an Atlantic naval base on the western coast of Africa that will service its aircraft carriers...
The Arizona audit team is using high-tech equipment to look for irregularities in ballots, such as the lack of folds or the presence of bamboo fibers. Pictured are ballots that were pulled aside for a hand audit by Maricopa County Elections Department staff ahead of the 2020 election in Phoenix, Arizona.
Maricopa Audit Team ‘On a Mission for Facts’ but Declined Router Access and Information
Updated on May 13. Led by the Florida-based Cyber Ninjas, a state Senate-backed audit of 2.1 million votes cast in Maricopa County, Arizona, is currently underway at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum. With the aid of...
People walk past the headquarters of the world's largest semiconductor maker TSMC in Hsinchu on January 29, 2021.
TSMC’s Chairman, Founder Express Disapproval of Moving Manufacturing to US From Taiwan
It has been about a year since the dominant computer chip company Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd (TSMC) has announced plans to open a factory in Arizona. Recently, however, TSMC Chairman Mark Liu and TSMC...