Chinese Military Gets Trained on Electronic Warfare

Knowing the core strength of the U.S. military is in it’s advanced communication systems, it’s GPS and satellites, and it’s...

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Gas Lines, Power Companies Targeted by Cyberattacks

One of the cyber doomsday scenarios often painted by security advocates is an attack on the U.S. energy grid. Mechanized...

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NASA Holds Line Against Cooperation With China

An upcoming NASA conference on telescope technology has been declared off limits to Chinese nationals, as the space agency reaffirms...

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China’s Cyberattacks Reveal Its Military Interests

China is often criticized for the opaque nature of its military interests. China’s unclear motives impact everything from its territorial disputes with...

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In New Drug War, Regulators Face ‘Hydra-headed’ Threat

In May 2012 Florida police found a man crouched low over a homeless man, eating the flesh from his face....

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China Expands Space Warfare Capabilities

New arenas of warfare are opening up. The U.S. military is already heavily reliant on satellites and communication systems, and...

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Cyberattacks Hide Chinese Spies Inside US Companies

Up to $400 billion in U.S. industrial secrets is stolen each year, damaging the prospects of companies and sapping the...

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As Control of Internet Shifts Abroad, Security in Doubt

The U.S. hold on the Internet is slipping, as core systems for managing the Internet begin opening to foreign influence....

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Chinese Gangs Fuel Meth Scourge in US, Mexico

Chinese gangs are supplying Mexican drug cartels with chemicals to create meth, fueling an epidemic of drug use in the...

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China Leans on Russia for Fighter Jet Technology

China may soon be getting its hands on one of Russia’s core fighter jets, the Su-35. The purchase will bring China...

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New York Developer’s Shoddy Buildings Raise Questions of Influence

NEW YORK—A failure in proper oversight allowed a notorious developer to operate for two decades, and shoddy buildings are still...

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Spies From China Besiege US Secrets

They hack trade secrets from thousands of miles away, or load the data onto thumb drives at their workplaces. They...

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Resource Furniture Competes With Quality Against ‘Slave Labor’

NEW YORK—Ron Barth hits play on an online video, and to a techno-disco beat a Chinese man is shown transforming...

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Chinese Telecom Leverages Firefox for Image of Privacy

Take a company with an internal, shadowy board run by the government that was called out for violating customer privacy....

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In Backing Disgraced Treasurer, John Liu Sticks Close to Beijing

NEW YORK—In the midst of a hotly contested race for mayor, Comptroller John Liu publicly spurned an aide guilty of...

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Exposing the Chinese Regime’s Influence in NYC

NEW YORK—Lu Dong completely opposes City Comptroller John Liu’s run for New York City mayor. It is not so much...

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NY Counterfeits: The True Cost

NEW YORK—Dimi Vyamdi stood at the door of a dessert shop on Mott Street. For four weeks, she has heard...

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John Liu Campaign Reimbursed Donors With Print Ads

NEW YORK—As a way of saying “thank you,” City Comptroller John Liu’s 2013 mayoral campaign was purchasing print ads for...

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