The management of a cutting-edge media group comes under fire for giving evidence against Guo Feixiong.
A group of prominent rights lawyers says the country's parliament should ratify UN treaties to prevent further abuses.
Two herders who obstructed a Chinese forestry company to protect their grazing lands remain in a detention center after refusing to plead guilty and pay 'compensation.'
Farmers are interrogated on suspicion of "revealing state secrets."
Many use Mao's image as a way to express discontent with today's China, analysts say.
Authorities have denied holding them in custody, saying they were detained by local people.
The Nobel laureate's legal team say they haven't been allowed to meet with him to discuss appeal.
Mao is used by many as political capital, but can also be an embarrassment to the regime, analysts say.
Recent press guidelines are seen as designed to tighten state control over traditional media outlets and online public opinion.
Pastor Cao Nan speaks after his release from custody, where he was denied food, drink, and toilet visits.
Lawyers, churchgoers beaten and prevented from attending services to mark Christmas.
The authorities are getting ready to charge the once high-ranking political figure with abuse of power, analysts say.
After years of complaints, local authorities say the villages lie within an 'environmental evacuation zone.'
Analysts say plans are too vague and migrants will slip through the cracks.
Zhang Lin breaks down in court as he speaks of the authorities' treatment of his daughter.
It plans to launch the hall and exhibit on the 25th anniversary of the bloodshed next year.
A class teacher calls on local authorities to supply winter clothing and bedding, as temperatures plummet.
Analysts say Beijing is looking to its lunar program to boost prestige and strategic power.
Insiders say the case reflects a widespread culture of bribery across the Chinese media.
Guo Feixiong has now been held for more than four months without trial, his lawyer says.
The lawyers had called on authorities to allow them to meet with a detained Protestant pastor and members of his congregation.
Residents say they weren't informed of the plans for the plant, which they fear will pollute the environment.
The petitioners from the central city of Wuhan say they have lost everything and have nothing left to live for.
His eldest daughter is suffering from severe depression in her father's absence, his wife says.
Thousands of ordinary Chinese who try to speak out about rights abuses are detained in the capital.
The 17 petitioners are a rare example of herders who live far apart uniting, a rights group says.
Xu Zhiyong has spearheaded calls for China's leaders to reveal their assets.
Authorities are furious with Bloomberg and The New York Times for reporting on high-ranking officials' wealth.
Analysts liken the former security czar to a Stalinist police chief.
Activists doubt whether a "Chinese Mandela" could emerge under the Communist Party.