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Dulles CBP Seizes more than $2 Million in Counterfeit Consumer Goods from China

STERLING, Va. – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized counterfeit consumer goods Thursday at Washington Dulles International Airport that, if authentic, would have a manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) of more than $2 million. CBP officers initially examined the air cargo shipment of 2,601 coin purses, 459 purses, and three backpacks adorned with Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dior, ...

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U.S. Navy Officer, His Wife, and Two Chinese Nationals Charged with Conspiring to Smuggle Military Style Inflatable Boats and Motors to China

Four individuals, including two Chinese nationals, an active-duty United States Navy officer, and his wife, have been indicted on charges relating to a conspiracy to unlawfully smuggle military-style inflatable boats, with Evinrude MFE military outboard motors, to the People’s Republic of China.  The Navy officer and two other defendants have also been charged with conspiring to violate firearms law, and ...

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Interior Department To Ground Chinese-Made Drones Amid Review

All drones used by the Interior Department that were manufactured in China or were made with Chinese parts will be grounded, the department announced Wednesday. The department will ground more than 800 drones until its review of potential national security risks is completed, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing Interior Department Secretary David Bernhardt. “Secretary Bernhardt is reviewing the Department ...

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Chinese Set Sights on High-Tech Production

China aims to transition from producing inexpensive items to high-tech products, the director of the Defense Innovation Unit said yesterday. Imagine what the world would look like if China were setting standards in game-changing technologies like hypersonics, quantum sciences, autonomy, artificial intelligence, 5G, genetic engineering and space.” Michael Brown, director of the Defense Innovation Unit During a panel discussion Tuesday ...

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‘Fun Times In Beijing’: Hunter Biden Received $700,000 From Company That Held Stake In His Chinese Business Interest

Numerous news reports have asserted that Hunter Biden received $50,000 a month from the Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma, but available records do not support that claim. But the son of former Vice President Joe Biden did receive over $700,000 in payments from a capital management company called Rosemont Seneca Bohai, which obtained a 20% equity stake in BHR Partners, ...

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Hunter Biden Still Holds Stake In Chinese Private Equity Firm. His Business Partner Retains Supervisor Role

Hunter Biden announced Sunday that he will resign from the board of a Chinese private equity firm called BHR Partners, but he’s still one of the two directors of the company that owns his 10% equity stake in the firm, business records show. The other director holds the role of supervisor at the Chinese firm. There has been no public ...

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‘I Suggest Farmers … Immediately Buy More Land’: Trump, China Reach ‘Phase One’ Of Trade Agreement

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President Donald Trump said and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He reached “phase one” of a U.S.-China trade deal after Friday talks between trade officials from both countries. The deal comes after nearly two years of a tense trade war involving back-and-forth tariffs, blacklists and threats to and from both countries as the administration attempts to hold China accountable for its ...

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Security At NBA Game Confiscates Pro-Hong Kong Signs From Fans

Security at a Wednesday night NBA game between the Washington Wizards and Guangzhou Long Lions confiscated signs that read “Free Hong Kong” and “Google: Uyghurs” from several game attendees. Wizards spokesman Scott Hall confirmed the incident to Fox News, stating, “The building security staff removed signs tonight in accordance with Capital One Arena’s long-standing Signs, Banners, Posters, and Flag Policy. ...

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NBA’s Surrender To China Shows Money Still Talks Louder Than ‘Social Justice’

Over the weekend, Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey sent out what would seem to the average person to be a pretty innocuous tweet: “Fight For Freedom. Stand With Hong Kong.” Morey was voicing support for the ongoing pro-democracy protests taking place in the city. He certainly wasn’t expressing an uncommon opinion — American politicians on both sides of the ...

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China Harvests Organs From ‘Prisoners Of Conscience’ And Religious Minorities, Tribunal Says

China harvests organs from religious minorities and “prisoners of conscience,” a tribunal told the United Nations on Tuesday. The China Tribunal, an independent tribunal focused on forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience, presented its accusation Tuesday to the United Nations — but the tribunal has dedicated years to researching alleged organ harvesting abuses within the People’s Republic of China. ...

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China Poses Largest Long-Term Threat to U.S., DOD Policy Chief Says

It is not an exaggeration to say China is the greatest long-term threat to the U.S. way of life, but China also poses the greatest challenge to the Defense Department, DOD’s policy chief said. John C. Rood, undersecretary of defense for policy, made the assertion during a panel discussion today at the Center for European Policy Analysis Forum in Washington. ...

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Apple Boosts Production In Texas After Trump Exempts Company From Some Import Tariffs

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Apple will begin producing the new wave of Mac desktop computers in Texas days after the Trump administration exempted the tech company from being subject to brutal tariffs. Most of Apple’s products are assembled in China and are facing tariff threats. The company received exceptions Friday that enable it to import parts without paying import tariffs. The new Mac Pro models include ...

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Hong Kong: A Repeat of the Iranian Green Revolution Fail?

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Have you read a lot about the pro-democracy (read: pro-freedom) demonstrations currently taking place in Hong Kong? If you are like most people you are surprised to hear that they are still taking place. That’s because the “loud-mouth media” – or the big cable networks, to be more specific – are more concerned with sensationalism than news that happens to ...

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China Detains Former US Air Force Pilot Working For FedEx Amid Trade War Tensions

China detained and released former U.S. Air Force colonel and FedEx pilot in Guangzhou last week while he was waiting for a flight to his home in Hong Kong, according to his family’s lawyer in Florida Todd A. Hohn was returning to Hong Kong after piloting FedEx delivery planes throughout Asia from a FedEx hub in the Guangzhou airport when ...

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