Opinion: We Need to Talk About Transnational Repression – Inside Sources

Imagine you’re a young student in China. You’ve worked hard your entire life and earned admission to a top American university. Your parents and maybe other relatives have scrimped and saved to afford the tuition — an even more challenging prospect in China where the median income is much lower. You’ve heard rumors about the

January 6 committee

Jan. 6 panel urges Trump prosecution with criminal referral – Associated Press

The House Jan. 6 committee urged the Justice Department on Monday to bring criminal charges against Donald Trump for the violent 2021 Capitol insurrection, calling for accountability for the former president and “a time of reflection and reckoning.” After one of the most exhaustive and aggressive congressional probes in memory, the panel’s seven Democrats and

Legal Beat

Trump Organization convicted in executive tax dodge scheme – Associated Press

Photo: Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg exits the courtroom after the jury found the Trump Organization guilty on all counts in a criminal tax fraud case Donald Trump’s company was convicted of tax fraud Tuesday for helping executives dodge taxes on extravagant perks such as Manhattan apartments and luxury cars, a repudiation of financial practices

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: ‘-30-‘: An Ending, but Not the End – Michelle Malkin

When I first started writing newspaper editorials and columns for the Los Angeles Daily News in November 1992, I learned that “-30-” (pronounced “dash thirty dash”) was the journalist’s code for letting an editor know where your copy ended. Most media historians believe the typesetting mark originated when news was filed by telegraph. Western Union’s

Sexual Assaults

Reported sexual assaults across US military increase by 13% – Associated Press

Reports of sexual assaults across the U.S. military jumped by 13% last year, driven by significant increases in the Army and the Navy as bases began to move out of pandemic restrictions and public venues reopened, The Associated Press has learned. Mirroring the increase in those reports is the disclosure that close to 36,000 service

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