Joe Biden is set to make domestic terrorism a primary focus entering his first days in office, moving away from foreign terror threats. On Tuesday, reports indicated Biden transition officials have entertained the idea and may pull resources used for counterterrorism and instead use it to combat domestic terror.
Cuban-American supporters of President Trump are reflecting on his legacy as his time in the White House comes to an end.
New details have become available showing internet links to China, Pakistan and other countries. Information warfare expert Phil Waldron said his team is studying the information packages received from overseas and noted those packages may have impacted the election. One America’s Christina Bobb has more from Washington.
A professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has been arrested for allegedly failing to disclose his connection to the Chinese Communist Party.
Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar recently slammed China for its failure to cooperate globally during the coronavirus pandemic.
A freshman congresswoman from Georgia has promised to hold Joe Biden accountable on day one. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene vowed Wednesday to file articles of impeachment against Biden for abuse of power just one day after inauguration. She cited his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings with Ukraine and China as grounds to do so.
National Counterintelligence and Security Center Chief William Evanina said several countries are targeting America’s coronavirus vaccine supply chain.
Experts from the World Health Organization are set to visit China to investigate the origins of COVID-19.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lifted self-imposed diplomatic restrictions with Taiwanese officials. Saturday, Pompeo said he hopes to “break the shackles with one of America’s most reliable allies.”