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  • by Collin Anderson
    A Canadian company hopes to use Biden administration loans to open the largest lithium mine in North America. But first, it must convince government officials and prospective partners that it's adequately decoupled from its top shareholder: a Chinese enterprise led by known Chinese Communist Party members. The post This Foreign Company Wants To Mine Massive […]
  • by Andrew Stiles
    You can't make this up. Earlier this month, some dough-faced dork named Sam Bankman-Fried—an MIT grad and son of Stanford law professors—vaporized the GDP of a small country after successfully conning the entire world of so-called educated elites. The post Analysis: What in the Actual F— Is Wrong With These People? appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Victorino Matus
    Brodie is right—the food court is a specifically designated area. The first one appeared in 1971 at the Plymouth Meeting Mall in Pennsylvania—it flopped because it was too small and offered little variety. But then came the food court at the Paramus Park Mall in New Jersey three years later. It was bigger, had better […]
  • by Elliot Kaufman
    "I’m a bad Jew" is a common admission among American Jews, sometimes sheepish, sometimes boastful, and typically containing a dose of truth. But in her new book, Bad Jews, journalist Emily Tamkin sets out to prove that the subject of her title is a myth. "It is my best attempt," she writes, "to wrestle with […]
  • by Biff Diddle
    We're not posting a Biden senior moments video this week. Instead, we are taking some time to reflect on our moral obligations to readers in response to some instructive feedback. The post An Apology to Our Readers appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Washington Free Beacon Staff
    The Washington Free Beacon staff wishes its readers a happy Thanksgiving. The post Happy Thanksgiving! appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Andrew Stiles
    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters the "private" "family event" was "closed to the media." That was a blatant lie. The post Naomi Biden’s ‘Private’ White House Wedding Was ‘Closed to the Media’—Except Vogue Magazine appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Reuters
    NEW YORK (Reuters)—Retailers ranging from Walmart to Barnes & Noble are installing cameras or locking away items to deter shoplifters and thieves as they brace for a post-pandemic rush of holiday shoppers this year. The post Retailers Install Security Cameras, Steel Cables as Stores Brace for Holiday Crime Wave appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Aaron Sibarium
    Two of the federal judges boycotting Yale Law School over its poor record on free speech will speak at the university next week about their decision not to hire clerks from the Ivy League law school, according to promotional materials for the event reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon. The post Judges at the Center […]
  • by Washington Free Beacon Editors
    "I'm a big advocate for Sam because he has two parents that are compliance lawyers," FTX spokesman and investor Kevin O'Leary, better known as Shark Tank's Mr. Wonderful, said earlier this month of his relationship with crypto scam-artist Sam Bankman-Fried. "If there's ever a place I could be that I'm not going to get in […]
  • by Reuters
    (Reuters)—U.S. crude oil stocks in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve fell by 1.6 million barrels in the latest week to 390.5 million barrels, the lowest level since March 1984, the Energy Information Administration said Wednesday. The post Emergency Oil Reserves Fall to Lowest Level Since 1984 appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Reuters
    PARIS (Reuters)—The European Space Agency on Wednesday named the first ever "parastronaut" in a major step toward allowing people with physical disabilities to work and live in space. The post Europe Names World’s First Disabled Astronaut appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Reuters
    (Reuters)—A federal judge has blocked New York from restricting the carrying of guns on private property under a Democratic-backed law adopted following the U.S. Supreme Court's June ruling that struck down the state's strict gun permitting regime. The post Court Blocks New York From Restricting Gun Carry on Private Property appeared first on Washington Free […]
  • by Alana Goodman
    Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei mocked President Joe Biden as a “poor, demented” man and led the crowd in chants of “Death to America” during a speech on state television on Saturday. The post Iranian Supreme Leader Mocks Biden As Demented As Nuclear Deal Negotiations Stall appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Reuters
    DUBAI (Reuters)—A British-Iranian citizen was arrested in Iran's Isfahan province on Wednesday for allegedly sharing information with foreign-based news channels, Iranian state media reported. The post Report: Iran Arrests British-Iranian Citizen for Communicating With Foreign News Outlets appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Reuters
    WASHINGTON (Reuters)—U.S. business activity contracted for a fifth straight month in November, with a measure of new orders dropping to its lowest level in 2-1/2 years as higher interest rates slowed demand. The post US Business Activity Contracts for Fifth Straight Month appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Reuters
    WASHINGTON (Reuters)—Republican members of Congress, who will set the agenda for the House next year, pressed short video app TikTok on Tuesday over concerns the company may have misled Congress about how much user data it shares with China, where owner ByteDance is headquartered. The post House Republicans Warn TikTok May Have Misled Congress Over […]
  • by Reuters
    WASHINGTON (Reuters)—The top Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy, on Tuesday called on Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to step down, warning that the House may try to impeach him when Republicans take the majority next year. The post McCarthy Threatens Impeachment of Biden’s Homeland Security Chief appeared first on Washington Free […]
  • by Reuters
    SHANGHAI/TAIPEI (Reuters)—Hundreds of workers joined protests at Foxconn's flagship iPhone plant in China, with some men smashing surveillance cameras and windows, footage uploaded on social media showed. The post iPhone Plant in China Rocked by Worker Unrest appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Reuters
    WASHINGTON (Reuters)—The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits increased more than expected last week, but that likely does not suggest a material shift in labor market conditions, which remain tight. The post Weekly Jobless Claims Jump More Than Expected appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.