The country is believed to be the world's leading executioner.
China's investigative reporters work in a challenging environment to get the story out.
The friend of a missing Chinese rights lawyer says he is alive, but under tight restrictions.
Victims of China's 2008 earthquake call for a probe into the quality of their new homes.
World's largest domain name registration firm will offer no new .cn names.
Chinese netizens, meanwhile, see partial pullout as positive.
The Internet giant redirects traffic to an uncensored site. Will it be blocked in China?
Chinese women still fight for workplace equality.
But one year later, Gao Zhisheng remains missing.
Can the Internet behemoth sustain its China business?
Graphic diaries torpedo the career of a Chinese official.
A suspicious death in detention sparks questions.
Chinese MPs face renewed rights pressure.
China’s ruling Communist Party faces growing pressure for freedom of information.
Relatives of a young woman who died in detention suspect a cover-up.
China's premier promises a more open society, but his speech to parliament meets with skepticism.
Chinese women still face major hurdles.
China’s acute labor shortage could result in better terms for workers.
Chinese schools get a warning.
Two microblogging services in China are shut down.
Chinese dissidents and petitioners are under tighter surveillance.