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Report: China Paid U.S. Lab Scientists Up to $1 Million for Research, Including Military Tech

A security firm called Strider Technologies published a report this week that said China paid leading scientists at America’s Los Alamos National Laboratory hefty sums of...

Majority Of Voters Think Cartels Have More Control at Border Than The American Government Does: Poll

'They are right. So - now we should do something about it,' Rep. Chip Roy of Texas tweeted.

Breitbart Business Digest: Leftwing Climate Extremism Still Wants Control of Finance

The danger of the idea that financial institutions should impose the climate change agenda of the global left was highlighted this week by three events.

Air Force Academy Training Tells Cadets to ‘Include All Genders’ and Refrain From Using ‘Mom and Dad’

The US Air Force Academy's diversity and inclusion training program is now telling cadets to drop terms like "mom" and "dad" and to "include all genders".

Protests Erupt in Iran After Woman Dies Following Arrest for Breaking Hijab Law

Protests have erupted after an Iranian woman died days after she was arrested for breaking the country's strict hijab rule.

Jamie Dimon Says Stopping Oil and Gas Funding Would Be ‘Road to Hell for America’

J.P. Morgan Chase chief Jamie Dimon on Wednesday rejected in the strongest terms the idea that the country’s largest banks should stop funding new oil and gas production and exploration.

China Recruited Scientists Who Worked at Top U.S. National Security Lab

China paid scientists up to $1 million to leave their work on sensitive weapons technologies at the U.S.’ top nuclear lab and develop weapons for China, according to an intelligence report published Wednesday.

Hospital With 1st COVID Vaccine Mandate in United States Not Requiring Updated Booster

The first hospital in the United States to mandate all its health care workers get the COVID-19 vaccine has quietly decided not to require the updated booster shot after facing staffing shortages, according to an internal email obtained by The Epoch Times.

Food Supply Stays Tight as Disappointing U.S. Harvest Adds to Global Challenges

A lackluster U.S. harvest this year is setting back efforts to relieve a global food supply that has been constrained by Russia’s war in Ukraine, agriculture-industry executives said.

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