A recent court decision could pave the way for new legislation on calculating the value of human life in China.
The death of the young son of migrant workers highlights an alarming trend of child abuse in China.
A clash between mill employees and police leaves a company official dead, as workers in northeastern China's 'rustbelt' provinces grow increasingly restive over a slimming industrial sector.
The director of a film about the life of a prominent Uyghur activist claims that Beijing's opposition has provided his work with much needed publicity.
Chinese Web sites tying the president's son to news of a corruption probe are shut down and later reopened with the related stories missing.
Poor farmers confront authorities and developers over land seized in central China and coastal provinces.
Chinese authorities detain five in a blood-test scam that led to clashes between police and parents concerned that their children had been infected with HIV.
A group of activists takes on environmental challenges to one of China's rivers, but encounter official obstacles along the way.
Chinese authorities shut down a legal center a week after revoking the licenses of more than 50 lawyers.
A Chinese writer petitions for the release of a prominent Uyghur economist detained after riots in China’s ethnically divided northwest.
Tiananmen Square protest leader Wu’er Kaixi, who gave the world its first glimpse of China's Uyghur minority, speaks out again.
China's northwesternmost region gets capital to finance an expanded and improved road network.