DHS Secretary Meets Virtually with Chinese Counterpart

Two countries reconnect to counter the spread of illegal drugs. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas recently held a virtual meeting with China’s Minister of Public Security Wang…

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Treasury Sanctions Two Companies Shipping Commodities for Iran

The entities have funded Islamic extremists in the Middle East. The Department of the Treasury sanctioned two companies this month for secretly exporting Iranian commodities on behalf of…

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President Biden Says U.S. Does Not Support Independent Taiwan

Taiwan’s vice president wins presidential election. Over the weekend, the people of Taiwan voted to give their ruling party a third presidential term, rejecting China’s claims to the…

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Secretary Blinken Meets with Chinese Official 

Elections in Taiwan could test U.S.-China relations.  Taiwan will hold elections on Saturday for a new president and legislature. While China continues to claim Taiwan as part of…

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U.S. and Chinese Military Officials Meet at the Pentagon 

Discussions included U.S.-China relations and global security.  For the first time in four years, officials of the U.S. and Chinese military met at the Pentagon to resume military-to-military…

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Articles of Impeachment Submitted Against Defense Secretary

The secretary continues to recover from his recent hospitalization. Representative Matt Rosendale of Montana submitted articles of impeachment against Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin.  Following the submission, Representative…

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Navy Sailor Sentenced for Leaking Intelligence to China

The petty officer who accepted a bribe for military information will serve 27 months. A U.S. Navy petty officer was sentenced to 27 months of prison on Monday…

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House Speaker Heads Group of Legislators in Visit to Eagle Pass 

Customs and Border Protection agents say more than 300,000 migrants entered the nation in December. House Speaker Mike Johnson and 60 other legislators are scheduled to visit the…

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Commerce Department Launching Semiconductor Supply Chain Survey

The department will assess the current state of domestic production to develop support methods. The Department of Commerce announced that it is launching a new survey this month…

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CIA Sued for Blocking Access to COVID Records

The suit alleges administration is not being transparent with Congress. A lawsuit has been filed against the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the District of Columbia U.S. District…

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