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Ohio Woman Pleads Guilty in Theft of Scientific Trade Secrets from Ohio Children’s Hospital to Sell in China

Former Ohio woman Li Chen, 46, pleaded guilty today via video conference in U.S. District Court today to conspiring to steal scientific trade secrets and conspiring to commit wire fraud concerning the research, identification and treatment of a range of pediatric medical conditions. “Once again we see the People’s Republic of China (PRC) facilitating the theft of our nation’s ingenuity ...

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Accident Off California Coast Leaves 1 Marine Dead, 2 Injured, 8 Missing

An accident involving an amphibious assault vehicle off the coast of southern California has left one marine dead, two injured and eight missing, the Associated Press reported early Friday. The accident occurred late Thursday night, and all the Marines involved were part of the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, AP reported. Search and rescue efforts led by the Marines and Navy ...

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Fact Check: Did Regis Philbin Leave $20 Million To The Trump Campaign In His Will?

A post shared on Facebook claims the late TV personality Regis Philbin bequeathed $20 million to President Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign. Verdict: False There is no evidence Philbin left money to the Trump campaign in his will. The claim originated on a satirical website. Fact Check: Philbin died at the age of 88 on July 24. He is remembered ...

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Watch: NASA and ULA Launch New Mission to Mars

NASA is set to launch its Perseverance Rover and Ingenuity Helicopter to Mars on Thursday. The Rover will head to space aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket then continue to Mars with expected arrival in February 2021. The launch is scheduled for 7:50 a.m. EDT. Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available ...

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Smithsonian Removes Infographic About ‘Whiteness’ After Hawley Demanded Explanation

The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) recently removed an infographic about ‘Whiteness’ from their online portal “Talking About Race” after they received criticism from Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri. In response to Hawley’s initial July 20 letter inquiring for more information about the online race-based curriculum, Lonnie Bunch, the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institute, responded with ...

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Biden Says He’ll Announce Vice President Pick In August

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Tuesday that he will announce his vice presidential running mate in the first week of August, the Washington Post reported. Biden did not say precisely what day he will announce his vice presidential choice, CNN reported. The former Vice president made the announcement during a news conference after a speech in Delaware. “I’m ...

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Operation Legend Expanded to Cleveland, Detroit, and Milwaukee

Today, the expansion of Operation Legend was announced in Cleveland, Detroit, and Milwaukee. Operation Legend is a sustained, systematic and coordinated law enforcement initiative in which federal law enforcement agencies work in conjunction with state and local law enforcement officials to fight violent crime. The Operation was first launched on July 8 in Kansas City, Missouri, and expanded on July 22, 2020, ...

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These Statistics About The New York Police Department Destroy the BLM Narrative

We all know the media manipulates statistics and flat out lies when it comes to policing, but the data released annually by the New York Police Department is downright narrative busting. A recent piece of mine explored the Chicago Police Department’s statistics around engaging criminal behavior and their use of force in such responses. Reader feedback was awesome; I have ...

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Beyond the Uniform

Two soldiers wearing face masks and civilian clothes flank a woman as she receives a white plastic bag containing meals.

On a blisteringly hot day in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina, Army Spc. Enrique Acevedo and Army Pfc. Bennie Kinley, both with the North Carolina Army National Guard, were handing out meals to the children of Buncombe County. Suddenly, a mother from the neighborhood graciously offered ice cream to the two hard-working guardsmen to help cool them down. This ...

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Declassified Senate Report Details ‘Bitter Argument’ Between CIA And FBI Over Steele Dossier

Documents declassified on Tuesday detail an intense debate between the CIA and FBI in late 2016 over the handling of information from Christopher Steele, with one CIA official telling the Senate Intelligence Committee that the former British spy’s allegations about Trump-Russia collusion were “very unvetted.” Despite the CIA’s concerns about Steele’s allegations, the FBI successfully lobbied to include his information ...

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‘We Are Not Leaving The Building Unprotected’: US Attorney Says Federal Officers Won’t Abandon Portland

A federal attorney said Monday that federal officers won’t leave Portland during violent protests, The Associated Press reported. U.S. Attorney Billy J. Williams of the District of Oregon said during a news conference that federal officers will note leave the city until protesters stop attacking the U.S. courthouse in Portland, the AP reported. “It is not a solution to tell ...

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Without ‘Sea Changes,’ Democratic Platform Alliance With Black Lives Matter Is ‘Naught,’ Co-Founder Says

The Democratic platform needs to strongly address police brutality and racial justice, a Black Lives Matter co-founder told the Democratic National Committee Monday, Axios reported. Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors wants the party to be a political force to match the current movement and are focused on policy change, Axios reported. “Without the sea changes our movement recommended for ...

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CBP Officers at Hidalgo International Bridge Arrest Local Man with $600K worth of Methamphetamine

HIDALGO, Texas—U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Hidalgo International Bridge arrested a 22-year-old man from Alton, Texas in connection with a failed drug smuggling attempt of alleged methamphetamine worth $631,400. “Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our officers continue their steadfast commitment towards keeping dangerous drugs out of our country,” said Port Director Carlos Rodriguez, ...

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‘Copy-Acquire-Kill’: Documents Reveal Tech Giants’ Strategy To Crush Competitors, Rep. Jayapal Says

Rep. Pramila Jayapal said members of the House Judiciary Committee have seen documents that show Silicon Valley executives discussed ways to crush smaller competitors. Evidence shows tech executives used a “copy-acquire-kill” strategy, Jayapal told The Washington Post on Monday. The committee has seen “very specific language from top-level executives about that,” Jayapal added without providing more details about the alleged ...

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