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The Lessons of Coronavirus

The Lessons of Coronavirus

  By Wayne Allyn Root There are many lessons to be learned from this Coronavirus crisis. To quote former President Obama, this is a “teachable moment.” First, I’m on record. I was among the first talk show hosts in the country to warn of the dangers of this pandemic- when few knew it even existed. […]

POLITICS | Congressman Urges Firing of CalPERS CIO for Deep China Links, Investments

POLITICS | Congressman Urges Firing of CalPERS CIO for Deep China Links, Investments

BY MARK TAPSCOTT WASHINGTON—Gov. Gavin Newsom should immediately fire California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) Chief Investment Officer Yu Ben Meng because of his “long and cozy relationship with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), according to Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.). In a Feb. 12 letter to Newsom, Banks pointed out that, with $360 billion in assets, CalPERS is […]

First American Dies From Coronavirus

First American Dies From Coronavirus

BY MIMI NGUYEN LY   A U.S. citizen who was diagnosed with the new coronavirus has died in Wuhan, China, in what appears to be the first known and confirmed death of an American from the viral outbreak. “We can confirm that a 60-year-old U.S. citizen diagnosed with coronavirus died at a hospital in Wuhan, China, on Feb. 6,” […]

US Declares Public Health Emergency Over Coronavirus, Blocks Recent Travelers to China

US Declares Public Health Emergency Over Coronavirus, Blocks Recent Travelers to China

BY CATHY HE, EPOCH TIMES The United States will bar entry to foreign nationals who have been in mainland China in the past 14 days, in a ramp-up of efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus. The temporary ban will not apply to the immediate family of U.S. citizens or permanent residents and will take effect […]

Coronavirus Live Updates: First Case in Cambodia Confirmed

Coronavirus Live Updates: First Case in Cambodia Confirmed

BY EPOCH TIMES STAFF The 2019 Novel Coronavirus has sickened thousands around the world and killed dozens. The virus continues spreading to new countries. It has no vaccine and no known cure. Check back for updates. 3:30 p.m. UTC—Cambodia Confirms First Case Cambodian officials on Monday said a patient in the country tested positive for the […]

BUSINESS | US, China Sign ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal, Calming Trade Tensions

BUSINESS | US, China Sign ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal, Calming Trade Tensions

BY EMEL AKAN   WASHINGTON—The United States and China signed a much anticipated “phase one” trade deal on Jan. 15, making an important breakthrough in the nearly 2-year-old trade war. President Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He signed the accord at a White House ceremony. “Together we are righting the wrongs of the past and delivering a […]

Hong Kong Protesters Gather On Thanksgiving After Trump Signs Pro-Democracy Legislation

Hong Kong Protesters Gather On Thanksgiving After Trump Signs Pro-Democracy Legislation

  AMBER ATHEY WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT . Pro-democracy protesters gathered in Hong Kong on Thanksgiving to show their gratitude to President Donald Trump after he signed legislation in their favor. Trump signed two bills into law on Wednesday that provide support for the protesters in Hong Kong and threaten economic consequences against China. On Thursday, demonstrators showed their appreciation to […]

Chinese State Media Quiet After Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Camp Sweeps Elections

Chinese State Media Quiet After Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Camp Sweeps Elections

    . BY EVA FU . … After Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp scored a landslide victory in the city’s district elections on Nov. 25, Chinese state media have largely kept silent, omitting news of the result in its reports. The mainland media response stood in sharp contrast to its heavy propaganda campaign in the lead up to the elections, warning […]

Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times printing press needs to be condemned

Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times printing press needs to be condemned

    By Michael Hernandez  Americans who value the Constitution and the 1st Amendment (Bill of Rights) which establishes:  “the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assembly, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” should condemn the Nov. 19th attack on the Hong […]

FCC’s Ajit Pai Issues Ominous Warning, Says China’s Reaction To NBA Fracas Is Only The Tip Of The Iceberg

FCC’s Ajit Pai Issues Ominous Warning, Says China’s Reaction To NBA Fracas Is Only The Tip Of The Iceberg

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER   FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says China’s response to an NBA fracas could be played out on a much larger, scarier scale if the country finds something worth fighting over.  China poses a serious risk to the U.S.’s fifth generation mobile network if the country is willing to go to extremes over […]