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3 Chinese nationals sentenced to prison for taking photos at Florida naval base

Three Chinese nationals were sentenced to prison Thursday for entering a restricted area at a naval base in Key West, Florida, to take photos. Chinese national Liao Lyuyou, 27, was sentenced to 12 months in prison after pleading guilty to illegally entering the restricted area within Naval Air Station Key West in December and taking…MORE

Trump has walled himself off from America’s conversation on racism

Trump has walled himself off from America’s conversation on racism

Part of America is tiptoeing toward an uncomfortable self-examination about race. But President Donald Trump, bunkered down in his fortress behind high fences now ringing the White House, is spurning a building wave of national reflection. The death of George Floyd in the latest example of police brutality has drawn tens of thousands of people…MORE

Chinese companies facing pushback in the US are hedging their bets in Hong Kong

Chinese companies facing pushback in the US are hedging their bets in Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s status as a global business hub has been cast into doubt in recent weeks. But the city has become increasingly attractive to Chinese companies that fear their business prospects in the United States may be in jeopardy. Gaming company NetEase announced plans this week to raise billions of dollars through a secondary listing…MORE

Ex-Joint Chiefs chairman: ‘I’m glad I don’t have to advise this President’

Ex-Joint Chiefs chairman: ‘I’m glad I don’t have to advise this President’

Retired four-star Gen. Richard Myers said Thursday evening that he’s “glad” he doesn’t have to advise President Donald Trump as the President threatens to use the military if violent protests continue. “I’m glad I don’t have to advise this President,” Myers, who was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President George W. Bush,…MORE

The charges against 4 officers involved in George Floyd’s death, explained

The charges against 4 officers involved in George Floyd’s death, explained

Now that prosecutors have charged all four officers involved in the arrest that ended in George Floyd’s death, their real work begins: proving them. The charges against Derek Chauvin, the former officer who kept his knee on Floyd’s neck for almost nine minutes, were expanded this week to include the more serious one of second-degree…MORE

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