Lawmakers Make Bipartisan Push for New Government Powers to Block US Investments in China

WSJ Lawmakers Make Bipartisan Push New Govt Powers Block Investments In China

Congress is pressing ahead with legislation that could rewrite the rules for American companies investing abroad, proposing the screening of investments in countries like China seen as adversaries to protect U.S. technologies and rebuild critical supply chains.

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Building the Base episode 11: The Honorable Sue Gordon, Former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence

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Here’s How the Air Force Could Change its Job Assignment Process

Air Force leaders are sifting through a list of proposed changes to how airmen are assigned new jobs, and may announce some updates by the end of September. After about…

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Iranians Accused of Attacking U.S. Computer Systems, Demanding Ransom

The Justice Department indicted three Iranian men linked to the country’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps over allegations that they hacked computer systems and demanded hundreds of thousands of dollars in…

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