The top U.S. general said on Thursday that it was "inexplicable" that technology giants like Alphabet Inc's Google did not want to work with the Pentagon even as they seek out business with China, where companies have less freedom than in the United States. (Reuters US News) More
Venezuela’s Guaido urges military defections amid protests Macon Telegraph
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