Republican FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr has called on Apple and Google to ban the popular Chinese-owned video sharing app TikTok from their app marketplaces, arguing that it is sending sensitive user data on American citizens to Beijing. For the full article, click...
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin warned his Chinese counterpart this week to back off when it comes to Taiwan, telling him China must “refrain from further destabilizing actions.” For the full article, click here.
In a bid to slow the soaring inflation he’s given the country President Joe Biden is looking to . . . reverse another Trump policy, specifically the last president’s 2018 tariff hikes on roughly $300 billion of Chinese goods. For the full article, click here.
Lakers star LeBron James has officially become the first active NBA player to obtain a net worth of $1 billion, according to Forbes. For the full article, click here.
TAIPEI — The United States is planning on “cooperation” between its National Guard and Taiwan’s military, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said on Tuesday, deepening security ties in the face of what Taipei’s government complains is a rising threat from China. For the...
Who’s in charge here anyway? For the third time since August of last year, the White House walked back comments by President Biden on Monday implying the US would aid Taiwan if the island nation came under attack from China. For the full article, click here.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin held a call with his Chinese opposite number for the first time while in office Wednesday as a follow-up to last month’s virtual meeting between President Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping. For the full article, click here.
ESPN Analyst Says ‘Who Are We to Criticize’ China’s Uyghur Genocide When Red States Violate ‘Voting Rights’
ESPN guest analyst JA Adande pushed back on concerns over human rights in China by saying that the United States cannot criticize the communist nation because red states assault the “voting rights” of people of color in America. For the full article, click here.