Yuichiro Kakutani

Poll: 78 Percent of College Students Want to Restrict ‘Threatening’ Ideas

Majority also back Trump order that withholds taxpayer funding from schools that restrict speech

More than three-in-four college students want "safe spaces" on their campuses that are free of "threatening actions, ideas, or conversations," even as a majority support President Trump's threat to withhold taxpayer dollars from universities that restrict speech, according to a new poll.

The Strange Story of a Las Vegas Radio Station Co-Opted by China

Las Vegas Public Radio, the 'People's Voice of Las Vegas,' is a registered lobbyist for Chinese tech giant Huawei

At first glance, Las Vegas Public Radio (LVPR) looks like any other local FM radio station. It has local community sponsors, vaguely right-wing talk show hosts, and a website begging for a makeover. But there's a disclaimer on the bottom of that website noting that, contrary to the name, the station is not an NPR affiliate. 

Justice Democrat Calls for Mass Prison Release

Blanket clemency would release more than 7,500 inmates including violent offenders

A New York Democrat demanded the immediate release of all New York state prisoners scheduled to be released later in 2020, a move that could set free more than 7,500 inmates overnight.

Trump Withholding Over $350 Million From WHO, But Congress Still Key to Investigating International Coronavirus Response

Administration has already given WHO $98 million in 2020

The Trump administration has decided to withhold hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars from the World Health Organization over its complicity in helping China avoid responsibility for the coronavirus pandemic, but it will be up to Congress to ramp up pressure on the organization to enact reforms.

Inside Huawei’s D.C. Influence Campaign

Former cybersecurity officials cash checks from Chinese company tied to 5G spying fears

Former Florida congressman Cliff Stearns once spearheaded Congress's response to the risks that plague the nation's information infrastructure, using his influence to warn Americans about the "increased possibility of a devastating cyberattack." Now, he is among the growing number of former U.S. cyber and national security officials who have worked for a Chinese tech giant widely seen as the leading cybersecurity threat in the world.

Republicans Demand Communications Between China and World Health Organization

'The WHO is no longer serving the needs of the world and is instead taking its cues from China'

Republicans on the House Oversight Committee blasted the World Health Organization for its complicity in China's propaganda campaign, joining a growing chorus of lawmakers pushing to hold the group accountable, according to a letter obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.