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China says its military intercepted a missile in mid-flight recently. It was a test of some new technology. The story emerged as nerves about Taiwan begin to show. Raytheon has just sold one billion dollars in hardware to Taiwan for use in it's Patriot air defense system. The Chinese have strongly denounced the sale and called Taiwan a renegade province. Perhaps the reason for both the strong Chinese language about Taiwan and the missile test is because now Taiwan has the capability to shoot down Chinese short and mid-range missiles.
That's what one Harvard Professor calls China.
Google says Chinese hackers attempted to take over email accounts of senior U.S. officials and hundreds of other prominent people.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell is in Shanghai, China on the latest leg of his 11-day marketing mission to Asia.
The rivalry between the U.S. and China is going nuts. Specifically, the Chinese want U.S. pecans.
New figures show U.S. defense spending grew by just under 3 percent last year. That's compared with more than seven percent on average for most of the decade.
A sustained cyber attack has forced the French finance ministry to shut down 10,000 government computers.
The New York Times reports that this latest effort to censor the Internet comes after the Egyptian protests.
A Chinese man set a new world record Sunday for full body ice contact endurance.