State Department staff 'warned officials NOT to investigate Wuhan lab-leak Covid theory' as it would 'open can of worms'

STATE Department officials were warned not to look into the Covid-19 "lab leak" theory because it would "open a can of worms" for the US. Leaders were told that looking into the origin theory would bring too much attention to the US funding of gain of function research in China, according to a new report. A memo obtained by Vanity

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DC police department reports 'unauthorized access' on its server

The U.S. capital’s primary law enforcement agency has reported “unauthorized access” on its computer network. “We are aware of unauthorized access on our server,” the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia said in a statement to ABC News on Monday. “While we determine the full impact and continue to review activity, we have engaged the FBI to fully

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Department of Health Looking Into Bachelor's Taylor Nolan Over Past Tweets

Under fire. Bachelor alum Taylor Nolan, who is a licensed mental health counselor, may be investigated by Washington state’s Department of Health after her past offensive tweets resurfaced. Bachelor Nation Stars React to Taylor Nolan’s Tweets “This week, we’ve received multiple complaints against Nolan in connection with the issues you mentioned,” DOH spokesperson Gordon MacCracken told Page Six in a

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Justice Department to file landmark antitrust case against Google

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department is expected to file a lawsuit Tuesday alleging that Google has been abusing its dominance in online search to stifle competition and harm consumers, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press. The litigation marks the government’s most significant act to protect competition since its groundbreaking case against Microsoft more than 20 years

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No charges for Department of Corrections employee in fatal shooting of suspected burglar

A Department of Corrections employee will not face criminal charges for allegedly shooting and killing a teenager suspected of breaking into a nearby home. Denver District Attorney Beth McCann said in a statement Wednesday that she decided not to charge Desmond Manning, 46, in the killing of Alexis Mendez-Perez, 16, because there was not enough evidence for a jury to

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State Department warned in 2018 Wuhan lab could cause 'new pandemic'

State Department warned in 2018 that Wuhan lab testing bats for coronavirus had sloppy safety precautions and had the potential to cause a ‘new SARS-like pandemic’ In 2018 a US diplomat and science diplomat from the Beijing embassy visited the Wuhan Institute of Virology multiple times from January to March They sent two ‘sensitive but unclassified cables’ back to Washington, DC 

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Philadelphia Police Department puts 72 officers on desk duty amid investigation into anti-Muslim social media posts

Fox News Flash top headlines for June 19 Fox News Flash top headlines for June 19 are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross confirmed Wednesday that 72 Philadelphia police officers were placed on administrative duty amid an internal investigation into alleged anti-Muslim social media posts made by officers on the force. Ross said the officers

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