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  • Peter Thiel's unfounded claim about Chinese spies at Google is scary rhetoric that should remind us of what Asia bashing can lead to in the US (GOOG)

    The suggestion by two prominent tech figures that Google and Silicon Valley are crawling with Chinese spies comes at a time of rising xenophobia. A similar wave hit the US 40 years ago when Japanese carmakers were outselling US companies. That led to mass layoffs and toxic anti-Japanese sentiment that led to the beating death of a Chinese American named Vincent Chin. It's a lesson we'd be wise to keep in mind. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories Without offering any proof, famous...

    Business Insider
  • How the US would launch a nuclear strike on Russia

    General David Goldfein outlined the step-by-step process that would be executed by the military in the event of nuclear Armageddon at a talk in Washington DC.

    Mail Online
  • The Latest: China blames US for Iran crisis

    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) " The Latest on U.S.-Iran tensions (all times local):5:30 p.m.China has expressed regret over Iran's breaching of the 2015 nuclear deal and blamed the United States, saying "maximum pressure" from the Trump administration, which withdrew from the accord last year, is behind the crisis.Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang described the comprehensive agreement as the only realistic and effective way to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue and ease tensions. [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • War: What Would the US do if Russia Attacked with Nuclear Weapons?

    Warrior Maven Security, Europe Welcome to World War III? Goldfein extended this thinking to specify that, in an instant, US and NATO forces would launch a massive counterattack including, as he put it, “fighters, bombers, tankers, space, command and control, ISR, cyber, special operations and aeromedical teams trained and ready for high-end warfare.” (Washington, D.C.) Red lights start flashing in rapid succession, space-based infrared sensors detect a heat signature, somebody calls the...

    The National Interest
  • US: Russia is refusing visas to teachers of diplomats’ kids

    MOSCOW (AP) - The U.S. and British embassies in Moscow said Wednesday that Russia has refused visas to teachers at a school that educates diplomats' children. Ambassador Jon Huntsman that Russia hasn't issued visas to 30 new teachers who are due to arrive next month and adds "children should not

    The Washington Times
  • US may have shipped radioactive waste into Nevada for years

    The Department of Energy may have shipped dangerous radioactive waste into a landfill in Nevada for several years, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Wednesday. A statement from Sisolak said Energy Department officials told him on July 3 that the Nevada National Security Site may have received a total of nine shipments and 32 containers of "mixed low-level radioactive waste" from a facility in Tennessee from 2013 to 2018 that were supposed to be "low-level radioactive waste." "It's not just...

  • US family blames cruise company for toddler's death

    The family's lawyer says the cruise company should not have left an open window in a play area.

    BBC News