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How Hunter Biden’s Firm Helped Secure Cobalt for the Chinese

Joe Biden's son was part owner of a venture involved in the $3.8 billion purchase by a Chinese conglomerate of one of the world’s largest cobalt deposits. The metal is a key ingredient in batteries for electric vehicles.

China’s Bullying Is Becoming a Danger to the World and Itself

Ever since Deng Xiaoping opened China to the world in the late 1970s, many in the West wanted to see the country succeed, because we thought China — despite its brutal authoritarian political structure — was on a path to a more open economy and society.

Amid Pandemic Turmoil and Curriculum Fights, a Boom for Christian Schools

With public schools on the defensive, is this a blip or a ‘once-in-100-year moment for the growth of Christian education’?

Biden to Propose $6 Trillion Budget

The president’s plans to invest in infrastructure, education, health care and more would push federal spending to its highest sustained levels since World War II.

Nike Sues Over Unauthorized ‘Satan Shoes’ Containing Human Blood

Nike is suing MSCHF, a small Brooklyn-based company, over its sale of 666 pairs of altered Nike Air Max 97s as “Satan Shoes” in collaboration with the rapper Lil Nas X.

See Coronavirus Restrictions and Mask Mandates for All 50 States

A year after much of the country entered strict lockdowns designed to contain the coronavirus, it remains largely up to state and local officials...

Microsoft to Ease Workers Back to the Office Starting Next Week

Microsoft announced Monday that it would begin allowing more workers back into its headquarters in Redmond, Wash., starting on March 29.

Here’s a fact-check of Biden’s first prime-time White House address (NYT)

President Biden, in a prime-time address on Thursday night, exaggerated elements of the coronavirus pandemic along with his, and his predecessor’s, response to it. Here’s a fact-check.

Facebook asks a federal court to dismiss government antitrust cases against it

Facebook on Wednesday asked a federal court to dismiss antitrust lawsuits brought by federal and state regulators, saying the suits failed to prove the company was a monopoly and harmed competition.

BuzzFeed lays off 47 HuffPost workers weeks after acquisition

On Tuesday, less than a month after the acquisition went through, BuzzFeed laid off 47 workers at HuffPost and closed the publication’s Canadian edition.

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