The Senate is backing a measure to bar sales of U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserves to Beijing.
The latest development in a Chinese hacking incident involves the targeting of specific U.S. email accounts.
Are Chinese self-driving cars collecting American data? Lawmakers are pressing for answers.
Plus, the real story of NTD’s founding. Websites were attacked, advertisers were threatened, and one chief technology officer was blindfolded to a chair and beaten.
Topics in this episode:
- Senate Blocks China from Buying U.S. Oil Reserves
- Hacked by China: Reports Say Cyberattack Breached Emails of U.S. Ambassador, Asia Envoy
- China-Backed Cyberattacks Hit Global Targets: Reports
- Concerns Over Chinese Self-Driving Cars on U.S. Roads
- Chinese Tycoon Admits to Bribing City Official
- Chinese Ambassador Calls on U.S. to Stop Taiwan Vice President’s Visit
- China Names New Hong Kong Security Chief
- ‘This Is All About One Word, Freedom:’ Lawmaker Reads Epoch Times’ History into Congressional Record