Chinese authorities pursue criminal charges against two reporters.
A Chinese company is accused of spreading HIV/AIDS.
Beijing passes a new law addressing liability in China, but does it go far enough?
China sends a stern message on dissent.
Chinese netizens react angrily to a new Internet controls.
A former top official, now a veteran dissident, speaks out on the eve of a closely watched trial.
The forthcoming trial of a Chinese dissident gets more international notice.
A Chinese-language news site goes dark for fans in China.
Netizens slam a ruling on Chinese cadres’ excessive drinking.
Chinese authorities ban registration for certain Internet domains, sparking fears of a wider crackdown.
A Chinese dissident could get a heavy sentence for alleged subversion.
Chinese authorities move to try a pro-democracy activist a year after his arrest for alleged subversion.
A Chinese activist representing tainted-milk victims is barred from seeing his lawyer.
Behind China’s roaring economic growth, millions of children suffer rampant abuse and neglect.
Chinese activists risk surveillance and detention as they mark two anniversaries.
Residents angered by plans to build a waste incinerator in southern China demand transparency from project backers.
A film on the impact of China's Three Gorges Dam is recognized in Europe.
A leading activist flees China to write frankly about AIDS.
Specific groups still face a huge risk of HIV infection as global infection rates slow.