Bringing you just the headlines

  • The US ramps up fight with China by taking another shot at 4 state-run media outlets operating in the states

    NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP via Getty Images The US State Department has classified another four Chinese state-run media outlets as foreign missions. This brings the number of Chinese media outlets classified this way to nine.  The move is likely to prompt retaliation from China, escalating a feud between the two nations, the New York Times reported.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The State Department on Monday announced that it has designated four more Chinese state-run media...

    Business Insider
  • How much of the United States does China really own?

    The American Security Institute recently released a report and launched a campaign to draw further attention to the extensive array of sectors the Chinese government and its partners have invested into.

    Fox News
  • EDITORIAL: United States and China suffer alone together

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's meeting with top Chinese counterparts in Hawaii on Wednesday was held in secret. The list of topics for painstaking dialogue may have been long, but one underlying sentiment likely linked them all: Misery loves company. The smiles that American and Chinese representatives shared during their

    The Washington Times
  • China’s Military Provokes Its Neighbors, but the Message Is for the United States

    From the Himalayas to the South China Sea, China is pressing its territorial claims aggressively, raising the possibility of additional deadly clashes.
  • United States Stands with Canada Against China’s Arbitrary Detention of Canadian Citizens

    The United States is extremely concerned by the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) decision to proceed with formal charges against Canadian citizens Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor. These charges are politically motivated and completely groundless. The United States stands with Canada in calling on Beijing for the immediate release of the two men and rejects the use [

    United States Department of State
  • Delta and United are resuming flights to China for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak began (DAL, UAL)

    Tami Chappell/Reuters Delta and United announced their first flights to China since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Both airlines cancelled future flights to the Chinese mainland on February 6. Delta's first flight, from Seattle, departed on Thursday, while United's is scheduled for July 8. The flights come following weeks of tension between the US and China over passenger flights resuming. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For the first time in half a year, US...

    Business Insider
  • A state-by-state guide to primaries that end today

    In this edition: A primary day guide, the aftermath of Kentucky’s elections, and the effects of an abortion ruling on the 2020 race.