Justice Department / Chinese / United

The Justice Department has charged five Chinese citizens with hacks targeting more than 100 companies and institutions in the United States and abroad, including social media and video game companies as well as universities.

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I don’t understand the “this will not matter” talk among the chattering classes. Nobody has a crystal ball. Who knows? But one way of ensuring nothing matters is giving up having values to defend. Cynicism isn’t a sign of depth or savvy, it’s resignation masquerading as politics.

News that IRS has spent the past decade trying to claw back a questionable $72.9 million tax refund Trump received is valuable context for understanding why Trump cared so much about this particular appointment

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U.N. rights experts asked Nigeria on Monday to release a 22-year-old singer who was condemned to death over an allegedly blasphemous song, saying the sentence broke international law.

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