{FD} Outrage after Chinese company makes bid to buy NJ music school

For almost 100 years, Westminster Choir College, has been one of the nation’s premier academic institutions. But worried alumni now warn all that could be doomed, because a Chinese education company that they claim has really been a Chinese government-owned defense contractor for the Chinese Navy is trying to buy it.

{FD} Jimmy Hoffa FBI files should be released now

The U.S. government should order the immediate release –un-redacted and in full – of the FBI’s secret files that the bureau has compiled on the Hoffa’s case, and also order the re-testing of the blood evidence that Fox News found on the floorboards of the Detroit house where a major suspect told me that he murdered Hoffa.

{FD} Protesters against Iranian regime see a free Tehran ahead

Thousands of protestors gathered outside Paris for the annual meeting of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, the largest Iranian opposition group. Its followers, and others, have been staging months of anti-regime protests inside the country. This weekend the group predicts that change will be coming to Iran.

{FD} Russia acting like a ‘rogue’ country with its Syria support, UK ambassador says

Russia is acting like “one of those rogue countries” in its support of the Syrian regime after the deadly chemical weapons attack earlier this month, British Ambassador to the United Nations Karen Pierce told Fox News on Sunday.

{FD} Russian ‘hack’ of 2016 voter rolls leaves Galesburg, Illinois, reeling

The FBI and Department of Homeland Security say hackers from the GRU, the Russian intelligence service, successfully attacked the computers of the Illinois Board of Elections — and information on thousands of Galesburg residents may have been compromised.

{FD} Galesburg, Ill., reels from 2016 Russian ‘hack’ of voter rolls

The FBI and Department of Homeland Security say hackers from the GRU, the Russian intelligence service, successfully attacked the computers of the Illinois Board of Elections — and information on thousands of Galesburg residents may have been compromised.