January 19, 2022

Report Shows More Officers Dying in the Line of Duty

Last year was a deadly year for police officers. A report by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund shows 458 officers died in 2021, a 55 percent jump compared to 2020 and the most since 1930. COVID-19 was the leading cause of death, followed by gunfire, and traffic accidents. National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial…

Dow Closes Lower After Disappointing Bank Results

The Dow closed lower on Friday with a big drag from financial stocks as investors were disappointed by fourth quarter results from big U.S. banks, which cast a shadow over the earnings season kick-off. The Nasdaq and the S&P regained lost ground in afternoon trading to close higher. Meanwhile the consumer discretionary stocks put pressure…

Heavy Snow in Midwest Slows Travel, Closes Scores of Schools

A worker clears snow in Minneapolis, on Dec. 31, 2021. (David Berding/Getty Images) MINNEAPOLIS—Heavy snow spread Friday across a large swath of the Midwest, where travel conditions deteriorated and scores of schools closed or moved to online instruction. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for parts of Minnesota, the Dakotas, Iowa and…

Independent Aussie Grocers Keep Shelves Stocked

While Australia’s major supermarket chains may have experienced stock shortages due to COVID-19 delays, Sydney and Melbourne produce markets are reporting plentiful supply with distribution largely unaffected. The spread of the virus and isolation of many workers has seen shelves empty at big supermarkets along the east coast in recent weeks. National cabinet this week…

Senators Introduce Bipartisan Legislation To End US Reliance On Chinese Minerals

A Republican and Democratic senator introduced legislation Friday that aims to end U.S. reliance on rare-earth metals sourced from and produced in China.The Restoring Essential Energy and Security Holdings Onshore for Rare Earths (REEShore) Act would prevent supply disruptions and bolster domestic production of the minerals, according to Sens. Tom Cotton and Mark Kelly, the…

Poll: Majority Disapprove of Biden’s Handling of the Chinese Coronavirus

Most Americans disapprove of President Joe Biden’s handling of the Chinese coronavirus, a Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday found. The survey asked respondents, “Do you approve or disapprove of the way Joe Biden is handling – the response to the coronavirus?” Notably, the coronavirus stood as one of Biden’s leading issues heading into the 2020…

‘A Nightmare’: Chinese Worker Spends Months in Hotel Quarantine in Indonesia After Dispute With Employer

In early December, Xiao Yonghong spent his 48th birthday alone, stranded in a hotel in a foreign country, blocked by his employer from returning home. Xiao, a Chinese electrician, said that his employer made him “quarantine” in a hotel in Indonesia for over fourth months under the excuse that his COVID-19 antibody test results did…

US calls out China 'escalation' after Chinese coast guard fired water cannons at Philippine ships

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The State Department called out China for its “escalation” in the South China Sea, saying it “directly threatens regional peace and stability,” while maintaining the United States’ commitment to supporting the Philippines. The People’s Republic of China Coast Guard blocked and used water cannons against Philippine resupply […]

Hollywood’s Sinking Ship Sends F-List Actors Flocking to Anti-American Chinese Propaganda Films

The rapid decline of Hollywood’s share of the Chinese film market – the largest in the world as of 2020, when the Chinese coronavirus pandemic shut American cinemas and productions down – has created a small but growing market of Western actors landing big roles as the villains in communist propaganda movies. Hollywood studios have…

THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY PUSHES LOCKDOWNS IN U.K.

Is the Chinese Communist Party Orchestrating the New Global Wave of Covid Lockdowns?

Peng Shuai Denies Making Sexual Assault Charges Against Chinese Vice Premier

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai has finally come out on camera only to deny her earlier accusations that a Chinese official raped her. Early in November, Shuai posted a message to her Chinese social media account saying that she has been sexually abused in 2019 by Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli. But her Weibo account…

Cruz: Kerry Is ‘Customer of the Year for Chinese Concentration Camps’ and We’re Funding China’s Concentration Camps

On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Faulkner Focus,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry “is the customer of the year for Chinese concentration camps.” And that the Democratic Party “is structurally pro-China.” Cruz said, “The Democratic Party, Joe Biden has shown weakness to China. Now part of that…

1983 AL Cy Young Award Winner LaMarr Hoyt Dies at 66

CHICAGO—LaMarr Hoyt, who won the 1983 AL Cy Young Award with the Chicago White Sox, has died. He was 66. The White Sox announced his death on Wednesday. The team said he died Monday in his hometown of Columbia, South Carolina, following a lengthy illness. Hoyt went 98-68 with a 3.99 ERA in eight years…

‘A Disgrace’: Australian Unions Fire Back at PM on Port Warning

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has said the fact that Prime Minister Scott Morrison joined the “attack” from stevedoring companies against wharf workers and their families was a “disgrace.” In a response to Morrison’s warning to the MUA that the government would intervene in future industrial action at ports if necessary, MUA national secretary…

Jacqueline Avant, Wife of Music Executive Clarence Avant, Killed in Shooting

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.—Jacqueline Avant, a Los Angeles philanthropist and the wife of music executive Clarence Avant, was fatally shot at their home in Beverly Hills, California, early Wednesday, police said. Police and paramedics arrived at the home after a 2:23 a.m. call to find Jacqueline Avant, 81, with a gunshot wound, Beverly Hills Police Chief…

EU Wants ‘Verifiable Proof’ Chinese Tennis Player is Safe

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union said Tuesday that it wants China to release “verifiable proof” that tennis player Peng Shuai is safe and to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into her sexual assault allegations. Peng, a three-time Olympian and former top-ranked doubles player, dropped out of public view after accusing a former Communist…

Peng Shuai: Chinese tennis star still missing after sexual assault allegations

UN Seeks Info on Missing Chinese Tennis Star

In the thick of preparing for the Winter Olympics, Beijing is suffering from a scandal exposed by a top Chinese athlete. The United Nations is concerned about her whereabouts—and an international tennis association is considering cutting business ties with China. NBA player Enes Kanter is speaking out…

Taiwan’s President Promises to Defend Island Against Chinese Regime’s Aggression

Taiwan will protect its people from falling into the hands of communist authoritarianism, its president said at the 110th National Day ceremony in Taipei on Oct. 10. “We will continue to bolster our national defense and demonstrate our determination to defend ourselves in order to ensure that nobody can force Taiwan to take the path…

Tensions Flare as Chinese Flights Near Taiwan Intensify

TAIPEI, Taiwan—With record numbers of military flights near Taiwan over the last week, China has been showing a new intensity and military sophistication as it steps up its harassment of the island it claims as its own and asserts its territorial ambitions in the region. China’s People’s Liberation Army flew 56 planes off the southwest…

Chinese Developer Misses Payment Amid Deepening Housing Market Woes

A midsize Chinese property developer’s failure to make over $300 million in payments to lenders is deepening fears of turmoil in the real estate sector in the world’s second-largest economy, where the country’s top-selling developer is teetering the edge of collapse. Fantasia Holdings Group, a Shenzhen-based developer…

US Condemns ‘Provocative’ Chinese Military Flights Near Taiwan

The United States on Oct. 3 urged the Chinese communist regime to stop its “provocative” military activities near Taiwan, after Beijing sent nearly 100 aircraft into the island’s air defense zone over a three-day period. On Friday, Saturday, and again on Sunday, Chinese military planes flew into the zone…

Hong Kong ‘Tiananmen Vigil’ Group Disbands Citing Chinese Pressure

A Hong Kong pro-democracy group known for organizing the city’s annual Tiananmen Square vigil disbanded on Saturday, citing political pressure from pro-China forces in Hong Kong’s government, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported on Monday. The group, officially known as the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, “voted 41-4 to disband”…

Poll: Majority of Democrats Believe Chinese Coronavirus Originated from Lab in China

A Politico-Harvard poll revealed on Friday that a majority of Democrats believe the Chinese coronavirus originated from a lab in China. “The new survey shows 52 percent believe the virus came out of a lab, including 59 percent of Republicans and 52 percent of Democrats, while 28 percent said it was from an infected animal,”…

Two Passengers on ‘Fully Vaccinated’ Cruise Ship Test Positive for the Chinese Coronavirus

Two passengers aboard a “fully vaccinated” cruise ship tested positive for the Chinese coronavirus as revealed in the ship’s required end-of-cruise testing, Celebrity Cruises announced on Thursday. A Celebrity Cruises spokesperson told USA Today the positive tests were discovered at the required end-of-cruise testing, “which is completed 72-hours before returning to the United States.” “Today, two guests sharing…

Chinese Immigrant Mother: Critical Race Theory Is American Version of Mao’s Cultural Revolution

A Virginia mother who grew up under Chairman Mao Zedong’s communist regime in China slammed Critical Race Theory at the Loudoun County School Board Meeting this week, calling it “the American version of the Chinese Cultural Revolution.” “I am very alarmed by what’s going on in our schools,” Xi Van Fleet said at the school board meeting. “You…

‘Hostages for Beijing’: UK Universities took 40m From Chinese Communist Linked Companies: Report

Chinese telecom giant Huawei and other firms owned or connected to the Communist Party have provided twenty British universities with tens of millions in funding for research projects, according to a report conducted by Conservative MPs. The China Research Group of Tory backbench MPs reported that leading universities in the UK have accepted at least…

Chinese Communist Party’s Level of Control over Wuhan Lab in Question as Government Deeply Embedded with Scientific Development

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has extraordinary control over vast aspects of Chinese society, which begs the question if the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) was excluded from big brother’s all seeing eyes. Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State David Feith, who investigated the lab leak scandal, said on Wednesday that governments, educational institutions, and companies…

GOP Rep. Turner on COVID-19: ‘The Chinese Government Needs to Be Held Accountable’

In an appearance on this week’s broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH) called for the Chinese Communist Party to “be held accountable” for the leaking of COVID-19 from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Turner argued that “everything points” to the virus leaking from the Wuhan lab, adding that had…

Senate Republicans Oppose Biden Nominee Who Worked For Chinese Tech Company

Three Republican senators condemned a Biden nominee who was previously employed by a Chinese tech company that is currently sanctioned by the U.S. The Senate Intelligence Committee advanced the nomination of Christopher Fonzone to be general counsel of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence on Wednesday. Fonzone was previously employed as a lobbyist…

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