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JD.com Chairman Richard Liu Arrested in U.S. in Sexual Misconduct Case

The billionaire founder of JD.com, one of China’s largest and most successful online retailers, was arrested Friday in Minnesota for alleged sexual misconduct before...

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Acclaimed Harvard Scientist Is Arrested, Accused Of Lying About Ties To China

Charles Lieber, the chair of Harvard University's Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, has been arrested and criminally charged with making "false, fictitious and fraudulent statements" to the U.S. Defense Department about his ties to a Chinese government program to recruit foreign scientists and researchers.

China trying to infiltrate US colleges to recruit spies, indoctrinate students, intelligence agencies say

U.S. Intelligence agencies continue to warn of Beijing’s spying activities in the U.S. – including commercial espionage and the stealing of intellectual property. “The Chinese counter-intelligence threat is more...
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Are LeBron James and the rest of the NBA right to bow to China?

The NBA star suggested Monday it’s better to just shut up and keep your head down than risk offending the rulers of China. Even a seven-word message on Twitter from an NBA general manager can get under their skin, as James and the NBA learned last week.

Census Bureau is paying Chinese state media to reach Americans

The 2020 Census Paid Media Campaign, which sends U.S. taxpayer dollars to community media outlets to run ads about the upcoming census, is including a Chinese state-run broadcaster as one of its media vendors.

US fake news feeds information-hungry audience in China

US fake news is infiltrating China, one of the most tightly controlled media environments on earth, as accounts set up to earn advertising revenue flood the country’s most popular social platforms with sensational content.

Coronavirus updates: 16 states close all schools, US death toll hits 50

Trump said Saturday there have been 50 deaths in the U.S. More than 2,170 cases of coronavirus in the U.S., according to a dashboard run by Johns Hopkins University. 

How Chinese nationals sneak into the US through Mexico

The 23 Chinese nationals caught near a tunnel at the Mexico-California line over the weekend were only the latest of hundreds of thousands from China who...

San Francisco is a ‘nirvana’ for China’s main intelligence agency — and the center...

San Francisco and Silicon Valley are top targets for China’s main intelligence agency and Beijing’s efforts to steal billion of dollars in US trade...

U.S. imposes new penalties on Chinese, Russian firms over North Korea

The Trump administration on Tuesday imposed sanctions on 10 companies and six individuals from mostly China and Russia who it says helped North Korea develop its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

Kushners Hunting Hard for a Loan to Pay Back Chinese Investors

The Kushner family real estate company is seeking a $250 million loan to pay back Chinese investors in a New Jersey luxury tower but finding some major U.S. banks wary of the controversies around its White House links and the visa program used to attract the investors.

‘Great founder’: Venezuela’s Maduro praises Mao during China trip

Venezuelan leader makes rare visit to Mao Zedong's mausoleum as he seeks Beijing's help in tackling economic crisis. MORE ON LATIN AMERICA 'Great founder': Venezuela's Maduro...