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Coronavirus Did Not Originate in Wuhan, Scientists Say

Coronavirus Did Not Originate in Wuhan, Scientists Say

Wuhan, China where the coronavirus was first detected. (Credit: South China Morning Post) From the South China Morning Post “Wuhan was where the coronavirus was first detected but it was not where it originated,” Zeng Guang, former chief epidemiologist of the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), told an online academic conference on...

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Tim Ryan Supports Hong Kong Democracy

On the Campaign Trail: The eight-term Congressman from Youngstown Ohio is running for president on a platform of “rebuilding America.” He serves on the Defense Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee. He has not yet said much about issues of war and peace beyond portraying China a s threat to American prosperity. On China: ‘They’re...

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Where Democrats See Danger in the World

Where Democrats See Danger in the World

When it comes to the biggest geopolitical threat facing the United States, the Democratic candidates are divided. In contrast to the Iran issue, where the Democrats are united, the threat issue In the first debate, moderator Chuck Todd put the question point blank to the ten candidates. “Who is the geopolitical threat to the United...

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U.S. Declares Grindr a National Security Risk

U.S. Declares Grindr a National Security Risk

The gay dating app has been purchased by a Chinese company. U.S. officials are concerned that China’s powerful Ministry of State Security may exploit Grindr data for its own purposes. U.S. officials have been increasingly wary of Chinese-owned companies handling extensive amounts of personal data for Americans, especially if military or government personnel might use...

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Google Is Still Working on Censored China Search Engine, Employees Claim

Google Is Still Working on Censored China Search Engine, Employees Claim

Google has been developing a search engine for the China market that complies with the Beijing government’s demands for censorship. Google employees have been resisting the project, saying they don’t want to be complicit in China’s restrictions. Google leaders have told employees they were shutting down the program, known as Dragonfly. But company sources tell...

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