More than 100 people are arrested in Gansu after a massive riot over land.
After the arrest of Nanjing-based political activist and blogger Guo Quan, authorities ask questions about his opposition party.
A foreign ministry spokesman in Beijing describes allegations of Chinese spying as "sheer fabrication."
Some say controls over China's Internet look set to get even tighter, as authorities arrest a prominent Nanjing blogger.
Police move in to quell rising protests in China's former industrial boomtown as hundreds of workers at a closed factory gather to demand three months' back pay.
Residents of Du'an Yao autonomous county in southwestern China face down local officials and riot police over a proposed property development.
Many among the millions of people made homeless by China's devastating May 12 earthquake are facing winter without temporary housing, bedding, and heating equipment.
Bereaved parents say authorities in Sichuan are preventing them from holding memorials for children who died in the massive May 12 earthquake.
Residents of a workers' apartment building belonging to a state-owned company in southwest China are reeling after their homes were demolished in the middle of the night, according to online accounts.
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese migrant workers are heading home as jobs dry up, while Beijing announces a stimulus package.
One woman is injured and a man detained after police clash with islanders staging a sit-in in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang.
A senior official from Beijing returns home from Taiwan after historic talks with the island's president Ma Ying-jeou sparks violent clashes.
People in China wonder, online and out loud, what the U.S. presidential election means for them, and for the world.
Hundreds of thousands of migrant workers in China's formerly booming coastal cities are heading home amid factory closures and labor disputes sparked by the global downturn.
A new Internet code of conduct leaves many questions unanswered.
Hundreds of Chinese villagers vow to block construction work at a major international container port.
Egg producers face more scrutiny after Hong Kong authorities find melamine in Chinese eggs.
A former top official welcomes a European prize awarded to jailed Chinese activist Hu Jia.
Labor unrest in China spreads as the global economic crisis worsens.
Activist Hu Jia, just moved to a new prison in China, wins a major human rights award.
Former top Communist Party aide Bao Tong says the recent decision to allow China's farmers to lease or transfer farmland contracted under the "responsibility" system hasn't gone far enough.
China's leaders say they will allow the transfer of land use rights between farmers but stop short of allowing them full property rights, amid a simmering land dispute in Guangdong province.
Tibetan government workers are briefly detained after a clash that injures a Chinese soldier and policeman.
Parents and lawyers accuse Chinese authorities of hushing up a scandal over tainted milk.
A new clash erupts in southern China over the value of farmland slated for development.
Amid fallout over contaminated milk powder, two new scares over possibly tainted medical supplies in China have come to light.
Online comments registered disappointment after the Nobel Prize for peace was awarded to Finland's ex-president, as the wife of jailed AIDS activist and Nobel nominee Hu Jia reported tighter security.
Lawyers in China are warned against taking on cases related to a widening scandal over tainted milk.
Parents who lost children in the devastating May 12 earthquake in China's southwestern Sichuan province, and others whose homes are unrepaired, are told to keep quiet.
China's media still labor under tight control, despite promises to loosen up.