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‘Fire Fauci!’: Trump tells rally he just might after doctor warns...

Trump’s comments on Fauci less than 48 hours before polls close all but assure that his handling of the pandemic will remain front and centre heading into Election Day.

Explosive interview with whistleblower Li-Meng Yan leaves Loose Women panel and...

An explosive interview with coronavirus whistleblower Li-Meng Yan left the Loose Women panel and viewers at home completely stunned.

How my mother and I became Chinese propaganda

Immigrant struggles in America forged a bond that became even tighter after my mother’s A.L.S. diagnosis. Then, as COVID-19 threatened, Chinese nationalists began calling us traitors to our country.

Being a Chinese student in the US: ‘Neither the US nor...

Stranded abroad by the coronavirus pandemic and squeezed by political tensions, Chinese students in the United States are rethinking their host and home countries.

National security adviser Robert O’Brien tests positive for coronavirus

National security adviser Robert O’Brien has tested positive for the coronavirus — making him the highest-ranking Trump administration official to contract the illness, the White House announced Monday.

US says Chinese hackers targeted coronavirus vaccines

The United States Justice Department has accused the Chinese Government of hacking firms developing coronavirus vaccines and stealing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property and trade secrets from companies across the globe.

California rejected Chinese company’s push to help with coronavirus testing. Was...

As California raced to expand coronavirus testing this spring, advisers to the state noticed one company pitching particularly hard to assist: China’s BGI Group. The company’s U.S. subsidiary...

Investors should prepare for a U.S. “economic depression,” warns Kyle Bass,...

Kyle Bass made his name betting against the U.S. housing market more than a decade ago, and today he is predicting an economic contraction that could be more than three times as severe as that suffered during the Great Financial Crisis.

US uses coronavirus to challenge Chinese Communist party’s grip on power

The escalating row between Washington and Beijing over blame for the coronavirus pandemic is fast becoming a battle over the Chinese Communist party’s legitimacy, raising the stakes in an already fraught relationship. In castigating Beijing for its failure to contain the outbreak, senior Trump administration officials have gone out of their way to portray the crisis as a deadly illustration of the threat that Communist party rule poses the Chinese people – and the world beyond.

Wuhan lab ‘most likely’ coronavirus source, U.S. government analysis finds

A Wuhan laboratory is the “most likely” source of the COVID-19 outbreak now ravaging the globe, according to a U.S. government analysis that catalogs the evidence and concludes that other explanations for the origin of the coronavirus are less credible.

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Will the CCP pick the next US President by fake mail-in ballots?

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Acting US ambassador to China quit over Trump climate decision

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Please remember this: The Gettysburg Address

Ever since Lincoln wrote it in 1864, this version has been the most often reproduced, notably on the walls of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. It is named after Colonel Alexander Bliss, stepson of historian George Bancroft. Bancroft asked President Lincoln for a copy to use as a fundraiser for soldiers.