A graduate student was charged with the murder of his professor after a fatal shooting on a North Carolina college campus. What led to the attack?
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo’s trip to China is coming to an end. She says she didn’t expect to resolve major issues ahead of the visit, but it seems something may have changed her tune.
A new pact between the United States and the Pacific is granting special powers to American ships in the highly contested region.
A 19-year-old activist shares his story, trapped in a Chinese psychiatric hospital after being labeled mentally ill for an anti-Chinese regime stance.
Topics in this episode:
- Suspect in North Carolina Shooting Charged with Murder
- Commerce Secretary Visits China Amid Economic Depression
- U.S. to Enforce Maritime Law Around Palau
- UK to Stay ‘Clear-Eyed’ on China: British Foreign Secretary
- China Economy ‘Worst I’ve Ever Seen’: Analyst
- China Limiting New IPOs to Boost Stock Market
- China Works to Tackle Record Low Birth Rate
- Activist Labeled ‘Mentally Ill’ for Anti-CCP Stance
- Hurricane Forecast to Hit Southern China
- ‘Legal Malware’: Lee on Chinese Apps Infiltrating U.S.
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