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U.S. Ready to Strike Back Against China Cyberattacks

Public evidence is mounting that the Chinese military is responsible for stealing massive amounts of U.S. government data and corporate trade secrets, and that's prompting the Obama administration to plan trade actions against countries caught at cyberespionage.

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Wall Street Journal Infiltrated By Chinese Hackers

The Wall Street Journal says its computer systems have been infiltrated by Chinese hackers who were trying to monitor the newspaper's coverage of China.

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Chinese Airline Demands Odor Free Pilots, Sniffs Armpits at Job Interviews

A pilot should have good vision and fast reflexes, that much is a given. But Hainan Airlines has an additional requirement for its pilots, which is a bit harder to explain...

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Did Man Steal Secrets From NJ-Based Defense Contractor?

Jury deliberations are under way in the case of an Illinois man accused of taking trade secrets from his job with a New Jersey-based defense contractor.

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China Sends Its First Female Astronaut Into Space

China has launched its most ambitious space mission yet in which its first female astronaut and two male colleagues are to attempt to dock with an orbiting module.

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U.S.-China Relations Key Topic at Defense Meeting

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta isn't lending credence to suggestions that America's new focus on the Asia-Pacific region means conflict or poses a threat to China, and he's offering an olive branch to Beijing today.

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U.S., China to Cooperate More on Cyber Threat

Asserting that cyberattacks against the U.S. don't come only from China, the U.S. and Chinese defense ministers say they have agreed to work together on cyber issues to avoid miscalculations that could lead to future crises.

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White House Silent on Fate of Blind Chinese Activist

The White House is sidestepping questions about how the U.S. might resolve the predicament surrounding a blind Chinese activist who sought refuge in the American embassy and who no longer wants to remain China.

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Two Charged in Military Tech Smuggling Scheme

Two Taiwanese nationals charged with trying to smuggle U.S. military hardware to China have made their first court appearance.

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New Charge For Man Accused in Trade Secrets Case

There's a new charge for an Illinois man accused of taking trade secrets from his job with a New Jersey-based defense contractor.

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