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Professor charged with hiding China ties claims innocence

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. ‘ A University of Tennessee professor charged with hiding his relationship with a Chinese university while receiving research grants from the federal government is innocent of the federal charges, his attorney said during a trial in Knoxville.

Anming Hu’s defense attorney, Philip Lomonaco, said Monday that the professor was targeted in an effort to satisfy the U.S. Justice Department’s crackdown against university researchers accused of concealing their ties to Chinese institutions and to scare off American universities from employing foreign-born researchers and professors, the Knoxville News Sentinel reported.

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China blasts Joe Biden’s call to determine origins of coronavirus

China has blasted Joe Biden‘s calls to determine the origins of coronavirus and dismissed theories about its Wuhan laboratory as a ‘conspiracy.’

The President on Wednesday ordered US intelligence officials to ‘redouble’ their efforts in probing the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic, including any leads regarding the lab.’

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Date: 2021-05-27T17:03:21+0100
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Does the U.S. Senate Resemble Ancient Rome?

Over the weekend, this space held the third installment in the ‘Lessons of Rome’ chronicles by my friend Eric Schnurer. This one went into the comparison between the Roman Senate, in the era of Cicero and the Catiline conspiracy, and the current one in Washington.

If you haven’t read it yet, please give it a try‘among other reasons, for the speechwriter’s view of classic Latin rhetoric. This third piece also updated the ‘doomsday sundial’a Roman Empire twist on the famous ‘doomsday clock‘ of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’and set its time to ‘a year before midnight.’

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