China’s Communist Party is engaged in sophisticated global influence operations using money to buy supporters and deceive foreign audiences about Beijing’s rights abuses, experts told a congressional China commission on Wednesday.
Russia is aggressively building up its nuclear forces and is expected to deploy a total force of 8,000 warheads by 2026 along with modernizing deep underground bunkers, according to Pentagon officials.
The Justice Department will not extradite a Chinese dissident wanted by Beijing who has exposed high-level Communist Party corruption, according to a senior Justice Department official.
China’s People’s Liberation Army has confirmed the latest flight test of the newest and most powerful intercontinental ballistic missile known as the DF-41.
Former Navy SEAL and founder of the Blackwater security firm Erik Prince is accusing Obama administration officials of illegally ordering electronic surveillance of him during a meeting in Seychelles last January days before President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, once America’s storied crime fighting agency, is under fire for an increasing leftward politicization blamed on recent liberal directors and a bureaucracy operating with nearly unchecked power.
Once a bastion of conservative anti-communism under long-time director J. Edgar Hoover, the FBI has become one of the more liberal political agencies of government, and one critics say appears increasingly to operate outside normal constitutional controls.
An Army Green Beret officer has issued a public but anonymous rebuke of senior leaders for weakening America’s special forces by lowering training standards due to careerism and push to integrate women into the elite force.
U.S. and Japanese warships sailed to the waters near northwestern Japan this week to support American intelligence agencies in a search for the debris of North Korea’s latest long-range missile test.
A publicly traded Chinese company in charge of a kindergarten in China at the center of child sex abuse allegations has links to powerful Chinese officials and a board of directors that includes a former Clinton Foundation executive.
The Chinese educational firm RYB Education, Inc. went public on the New York Stock Exchange in September and is facing a wave of public criticism from parents and their supporters who say children at one of its kindergartens in Beijing were sexually molested, jabbed with needles, fed pills, and forced to stand naked by staff members.
The Justice Department charged three Chinese hackers on Monday with conducting cyber attacks against U.S. and international financial and technology firms and stealing confidential business information.