How China killed Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement in less than a year, while the rest of the world was too weak to help

Tuesday, China passed a new national-security law for Hong Kong, giving it sweeping powers to punish dissent as it sees fit. It ostensibly brings an end to a year of protests that began in March 2019 over an extradition bill, and morphed into demonstrations against the security law in May 2020.
The US threatened sanctions and tariffs if China didn’t roll back its security law, and the UK and EU condemned Beijing.

Boeing PR chief resigns over past article on women in combat

….”My argument was embarrassingly wrong and offensive. The article is not a reflection of who I am; but nonetheless I have decided that in the interest of the company I will step down,” Golightly said. His exit leaves Boeing trying to fill the crucial communications role for the fourth time in less than three years at a time when it is battling to shore up its brand after the prolonged safety grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX jetliner….more:foxbusiness