Pediatric pneumonia outbreaks hit U.S. states, while similar outbreaks overwhelm hospitals in China. Are the outbreaks connected? The White House is enhancing a host of supply chains, looking to cut China’s reliance on EVs, agriculture, and medicine. Montana’s first-in-the-nation TikTok ban has been blocked by a federal judge. Why didn’t the rule stick? Despite the […]
The House of Representatives on Dec. 1 voted to expel Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) from Congress. He is the sixth person to be kicked out of Congress, and the first one without being convicted. Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor died at the age of 93. She was the first woman to serve on […]
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was a dominant figure in American foreign policy. One could argue he reshaped the world in many ways. Joining us now to discuss his legacy, we have retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Robert Spalding, currently a national security analyst at the Hudson Institute.
A congressman says the Chinese Communist Party could be interfering with the 2024 presidential race—through social media giant TikTok. That’s as a recent report shows that China-based agents used AI to mimic voters during the 2022 midterm election cycle. How big of a concern is this? And what needs to be done? We speak to […]
What other actors are seeking to influence the 2024 elections through social media platforms? Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.), who chairs the House Select Committee on the CCP, is warning about the role that TikTok might play. Joining us now to discuss, we have Kash Patel, former senior official in the Trump administration, and current senior […]
A spike in deaths has taken place for Chinese Communist Party members amid China’s pneumonia outbreak. And an 8-year-old patient was hit with a brain attack typically seen in patients around 70 years old. Surging pneumonia infections are leading U.S. lawmakers to raise concerns over China’s transparency. What is Congress asking of the CDC? Chinese […]
The truce between Israel and Hamas was extended by one day. But Hamas claimed responsibility for an attack at a bus stop in Jerusalem, killing three people. A New York appeals court reinstated the gag order on former President Donald Trump in the civil fraud trial. It bars President Trump and his attorneys from commenting […]
Hospitals across China are battling a surge of pneumonia cases. Authorities blame the outbreak on seasonal flu infections. Just how concerning is the spike in cases and can we trust Beijing’s message? Joining us to discuss is John Moody, former executive vice president of Fox News and author of the new book “Just Another Country.”
Does the truce with Hamas play into the hands of the terrorists? What could Israel do in the face of negative press coverage? Joining us now to discuss is Josh Hammer, senior editor-at-large for Newsweek and host of ‘The Josh Hammer Show.’
With a narrower field of candidates in the GOP primary, we are seeing the remaining candidates picking up major endorsements. A political advocacy group backed by the Koch brothers recently threw their support behind Nikki Haley. JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon also said that Ms. Haley is the candidate who has the best chance of […]
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, a key figure in shaping U.S. foreign policy during the late 20th century, has died at the age of 100. Mr. Kissinger died at his home in Connecticut on Wednesday, according to Kissinger Associates, Inc. A German-born American diplomat, he served as secretary of state for two presidents. While […]
China’s pneumonia outbreak may be making its way across borders. Several countries, including the United States, are reporting a sudden surge in cases at an alarming rate. Homework zones have been set up inside China’s pediatric hospitals, made for sick children to keep up with their studies while receiving treatment. Tragedy strikes as a U.S. […]
The extended ceasefire between Israel and Hamas will expire early Thursday, despite the talks underway to further extend it. An American-Israeli dual citizen is among the hostages released in the last batch. Lawmakers are investigating allegations of antisemitism at America’s top universities, including Harvard and MIT. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer called antisemitism “a five-alarm […]
Hunter Biden has agreed to testify publicly before Congress in the probe into his family’s business dealings. How significant is this move, and what can we expect to find out from the probe? To find out more on these issues, NTD spoke with Jeff Carlson, co-host of “Truth Over News” on EpochTV.
Is the U.S. economy really as good as the Biden administration says it is? Jeffrey Tucker, founder and president of the Brownstone Institute and Epoch Times columnist, joins us to explain why he believes we are already in a silent depression.
The South China Sea has long stood as a battleground for the U.S.–China power competition. Now, concerns about Beijing’s growing naval force are coming into focus as the two nations relaunch military communications while China jockeys for control. Are we getting closer to a kinetic war? For more, NTD spoke to Brent Sadler, a senior […]
The global spotlight is returning to China. A secret directive from Beijing on pneumonia reporting brings its medical transparency into question yet again. How does the current outbreak of “undiagnosed pneumonia” with unusual symptoms in China compare to COVID-19? We take a look at expert insights. An influence memo from the Chinese Communist Party was […]
Israel and Hamas accused each other of violating ceasefire agreements on day one of the extended truce. After the fighting settled down, the hostage-prisoner exchange continued on as planned. A memorial service for former First Lady Rosalynn Carter was held in Atlanta, Georgia. Her husband, former President Jimmy Carter, and President Joe Biden were among […]
Two major U.S. allies in Asia seeking high-level talks with communist China. China, Japan, and South Korea agreed to pave the way for an official trilateral summit. What brought them together? And why now? Joining us to discuss this is Grant Newsham—retired U.S. Marine colonel and Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy.
How do we understand the rise in pneumonia cases among children in China? And what can we learn given the lack of transparency? Joining us now to take a deeper dive into the situation is Dr. Sean Lin, former U.S. Army microbiologist and Professor of biomedical sciences at Fei Tian College.
Students are asking for a teacher to be fired at Hillcrest High School in Queens, New York because her profile photo on social media shows her at a pro-Israel rally. Reports say the teacher had to hide in a room while students protested. Why are we seeing such acts taking place in America? Xi van […]
Unexplained death cases have been reported from China. Is COVID-19 back? The country is now grappling with a mysterious pneumonia outbreak, resulting in fatigue, fever, and alleged deaths. A rally calling for freedom in China was held in New York City. Activists are commemorating the one-year anniversary of the White Paper Movement. Clashes are breaking […]
Israel and Hamas on Nov. 27 agreed to extend the ceasefire by two days, during which time Hamas will release 20 more hostages and Israel 60 prisoners. But the White House warns that Hamas terrorists could be using this time to regroup and rearm. Jason Eaton, the suspect in the Vermont shooting of Palestinian college […]
China’s economy is bracing for another blow, which traces back to Chinese wealth management firm Zhongzhi. The company has amassed a $31 billion problem. Is China’s real estate crisis bled over into the financial sector? NTD spoke with Anders Corr, publisher of the Journal of Political Risk, for his thoughts.
In addition to New Zealand, right-leaning politicians have scored recent victories in the Netherlands and Argentina. Is this a worldwide trend? NTD spoke with Daniel Lacalle, chief economist at Tressis, to find out more.
As Hamas releases the first group of Israeli hostages, what can we expect to happen next? Looking at the broader picture, how are international players like China viewing this war? NTD spoke with retired brigadier General Robert Spalding, national security analyst and Epoch Times contributor, for more.
A special network is being run by Chinese embassies and consulates on Western soil. Here’s what we know about this network of so-called consular volunteers. Child pneumonia cases are surging throughout China. Beijing says everything is fine, but can the regime be trusted? We speak to an expert. Despite the rising health concerns, the communist […]
The Hamas terrorist group on Nov. 24 released the first batch of hostages including 13 Israelis, 10 Thai nationals, and a Filipino. In exchange, Israel released the first 39 Palestinians from its jails. President Joe Biden said no Americans were freed. The Biden administration is seeking to extradite a former security boss for the Sinaloa […]
On the sidelines of the high-stake APEC Summit, President Joe Biden vowed to work with China to curb the flow of fentanyl into the United States. How does the synthetic opioid make its way halfway across the world? And what role does the CCP play in its transit? To discuss, we have Sam Cooper, founder […]
A cluster of pneumonia cases with a haunting familiarity to the 2019 pandemic. A worrying situation now unfolding inside China, tied to sick children and censorship. Nearly 300 illegal Chinese marijuana grows allegedly operating near American homes in a single New England state. They’re estimated to rake in over $4 billion. A look at why […]
The truce between Israel and Hamas will begin Friday morning, and the first batch of 13 Israeli hostages will be released that afternoon. Israel says the families have been notified. Israel’s Defense Minister told troops on Nov. 23 to expect many more weeks of fighting after the truce expires. The right-leaning Freedom Party has won the general […]
With the much-anticipated truce between Israel and Hamas just around the corner, we take a deeper dive into the deal. Retired British Army Col. Richard Kemp, who served from 1977 to 2006, provides a rare insider perspective on the hostage deal brokered between Israel and Hamas.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams has denied allegations of sexually assaulting a woman in 1993 when they both worked for the city. Mr. Adams has been named as one of the defendants in a lawsuit filed late Wednesday by the accuser, who is seeking at least $5 million in damages. The New York state […]
Is the hostage deal fair for Israel? What were some of the global pressures that Israel faced? And what can we expect to see following the ceasefire? To take a deeper dive into Israel’s hostage deal with Hamas, we have David Wurmser, Middle East affairs analyst at the Center for Security Policy.
A long war between Israel and Hamas may have just begun. According to a retired U.S. Colonel, who served in some of the most challenging global hotspots: From Iraq to Afghanistan, and the Persian Gulf. He says Hamas may believe its allies will support its fight against Israel, but says the group is ‘mistaken.’ How […]
Democrats and the Biden administration continue to pound Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ark.) over his military holds. Are his actions reasonable, and what are the problems facing the U.S. military at the moment? Joining us now to discuss, we have Mark Tapscott, Congressional correspondent for The Epoch Times.
Concerns have emerged over an undiagnosed pneumonia outbreak reported across China. With sick children overwhelming hospitals, we get an inside scoop straight from parents and health workers. The world’s biggest crypto exchange is now paying “one of the largest corporate penalties.” Binance’s CEO pleads guilty to breaking U.S. law. Taiwanese voters are preparing to select […]
A vehicle exploded on the Rainbow Bridge border crossing between New York State and Canada on Nov. 22, killing two occupants. President Joe Biden has been briefed on the incident, and the FBI is investigating. Israel and the Hamas terrorist organization will observe a four-day ceasefire beginning Thursday morning. Hamas has agreed to release 50 […]
Automaker Ford is scaling back plans for a $3.5 billion plant in Michigan. The project includes a partnership with a Chinese company to make electric vehicle batteries. Joining us now to discuss, we have David Blackmon, energy writer and policy analyst.
Over the last few years, Beijing has been ramping up its war games near the Taiwan Strait. An expert is warning that American warplanes are nearly outnumbered by Chinese jets. How big of a concern is this? And what lies ahead for the region? Joining us to discuss is Brandon Weichert, geopolitical analyst and author […]
Foreign companies are pulling out of the Chinese market. One of them just cashed in billions of dollars worth of stakes. Argentina’s president-elect is vowing not to deal with “communists.” Beijing promptly responds. Deadly fentanyl is flowing into the United States. How is President Joe Biden fighting the lethal drug trade? Are human rights violations […]
Israel said on Nov. 21 that it is close to making a deal with Hamas to release some of the Israeli hostages. Reports said the deal would swap around 50 Israeli women and children for 150 Palestinian prisoners, and that it would come with a four-day ceasefire in Gaza. A judge in Georgia has decided […]
Previously unseen footage of the Jan. 6 Capitol breach is now available publicly for the first time. What will the new footage show, and what will happen next going forward? Joining us now to discuss, we have Jeff Carlson, investigative journalist and co-host of “Truth Over News” on EpochTV.
As the APEC summit concludes, let’s delve into the key takeaways. First, all eyes were on the meeting between President Joe Biden and the leader of China’s communist regime. Did the leaders hint at a chill or a thaw in U.S.–China relations? And what implications will the talks have on geopolitical tensions around the world? […]
What changes can we expect to see in Argentina under Javier Milei, and especially, how will his presidency change Argentina’s relations with other countries, including the U.S.? Joining us now to discuss, we have Marcos Schotgues, editor-in-chief of the Portuguese edition of the Epoch Times.
Arab authorities are calling for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip while visiting Chinese soil. They’re joined by Palestinian representatives. How will Israel respond? TikTok is taking heat for viral content supporting the Hamas terrorist group. A group of lawmakers is now reaching out to the app’s CEO to demand answers. Protesters at the APEC […]
The Israel Defense Forces said they have detained over 300 terrorists in the Gaza Strip since ground operations began, and moved them to southern Israel for interrogation. This came as Israeli troops helped transfer premature babies from Gaza to Egypt. A federal appeals court in DC grappled with former President Donald Trump’s gag order in […]
All eyes are on the high-stakes U.S.–China talks, as President Joe Biden is on a mission to reassure U.S. allies that America is a more reliable partner than China. How will it impact the ongoing rivalry between the two? NTD spoke with with Doug Strub, director of the Center for Trade and Innovation.
Counter-terrorism analyst Kyle Shideler tells NTD that Iran isn’t taking the United States seriously. What can be done about it? And how serious are the threats from pro-Palestinian activists in the United States?