Failure to properly handle sensitive issues between the U.S. and China could "very likely disturb and undermine" their military-to-military relations, a top Chinese official told U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice Monday.
Former top Chinese military leader Guo Boxiong was sentenced Monday to life in prison for accepting bribes, the official Xinhua news agency said -- the latest high-profile conviction in President Xi Jinping's crackdown on corruption.
China Central Television (CCTV) broadcast a picture showing China's midcourse anti-missile interception experimental drill carried out in 2010 and 2013, for the first time on Sunday, July 24. The move is deemed a response to the deployment of a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system by the U.S. and South Korea, in Seongju County, South Korea.
The Indian government has asked three Chinese journalists working for official Xinhua News Agency to leave the country this month, refusing to extend their visas, an official said Sunday.
Torrential rains that have swept through China have killed at least 154 people and left 124 missing, officials said Saturday, with most of the casualties reported from a northern province where villagers complained about lack of warning before a deadly flash flood.
The world's leading economies must do more to boost slowing global growth, the International Monetary Fund and Washington urged as G-20 finance ministers gathered Saturday, with the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union threatening more disruption.
The world cannot depend on China alone to save it from a Brexit-induced downturn, the country's premier said Friday, ahead of hosting a meeting of G-20 finance ministers.
To the challenges facing KFC and Apple in China, add a surprise backlash from Beijing's spat with the Philippines over the South China Sea.
Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong was found guilty Thursday of participating in a protest that led to the city's mass pro-democracy rallies, in a case he has slammed as political persecution.
China's best-known liberal journal has endured, by its publisher's count, 16 major clashes with authorities since its founding in 1991. It has irritated, and outlasted, two Chinese leaders, he says, but it likely won't survive mainland China leader Xi Jinping.