Confidence and trust is lowest among young people, who commentators say feel cheated of their chance to help build the city's future.
The subway operator apologizes and says it will retrain security personnel to improve customer experience.
Democrats, including House speaker Nancy Pelosi, call on the FBI to investigate a Chinese businesswoman pictured at a party with the US president.
Cross-border kidnappings, the jailing of democracy protesters and the banning of a political party indicate the erosion of civil and political rights, a U.S. report finds.
Official Chinese media repeat Islamophobic themes in the wake of the massacre, saying 'Muslims can't integrate.'
Rights activists say China is actively working to undermine the council's ability to do its job.
“It’s been happening a lot,” National Election Commission chief says.
Li Jiabao hit out in a social media broadcast at the Chinese president's indefinite rule and called on Beijing to implement democratic reforms.
Officials dismiss widespread criticism of arbitrary detentions, disappearances, and torture under the ruling Chinese Communist Party.
In annual rights report, Washington also finds impunity for abuses of Muslim Rohingya in Myanmar, and government critics in Cambodia.
Wang's lawyer says his client's appeal against his prison sentence for 'subversion' can't proceed without records or case files.
An experimental school in Sichuan sees multiple cases of food-poisoning, while students in Hubei say they weren't entered for a crucial exam.
China's highest-ranking judge, state prosecutor say supporting the ruling party is a crucial task for the judiciary.
Politicians say the Chinese Communist Party's history in Tibet should serve as a warning to the democratic island not to aim for a peace accord with Beijing.
Jiang Tianyong's wife says he is suffering the after-effects of torture, and should be allowed to go to the US for medical treatment.
Women who challenge the ruling Chinese Communist Party are still highly vulnerable to state-backed violence.
Some of the abuse and threats sent to Chemi Lhamo after she was elected to a student post could constitute a criminal offense.
Taiwan politicians are warning people not to do deals with Beijing, ahead of a march this weekend commemorating a 1959 uprising in Tibet.
The government is willing to reopen search after 2018 “no cure, no fee” effort failed.
Accounts with multiple small payments over time, with no clearly identified source, are likely to be suspected of money-laundering, investigators say.
Clarify “so-called ownership” in South China Sea, visiting Malaysian PM tells Beijing.
Family members of Tiananmen massacre victims berate China's government and repeat their demands for truth, compensation, and justice for victims.
Two cybersecurity reports say hackers based in China are going after classified material and political intelligence linked to Beijing's international infrastructure expansion plan.
Sex workers can be locked up in 'custody and education' centers, where they are vulnerable to abuse, for up to two years.
Rights lawyer Lu Tingge is incommunicado after suggesting that the power to legislate be made the sole preserve of the NPC.
Local residents say the ruling Chinese Communist Party appears to be particularly worried about a possible attack on the country's leaders.
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has launched a lawsuit claiming breach of her civil rights during her Dec. 1 arrest in Vancouver's international airport.
Jiang Tianyong reappears at his parents' home in Xinyang, Henan province under escort by the state security police.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Washington is ready to invoke 1951 Mutual Defense Treaty.
Beijing's soft power institutions have poured millions into U.S. universities, but that funding comes 'with strings attached.'