A report says Chinese family planning officials have been profiting from the sale of babies.
Colleagues of Ai Weiwei carry on the detained Chinese artist's work.
China's government blocks the rights of its citizens to petition and protest.
The wife of a jailed Chinese dissident is allowed to see him, and a writer is released from prison.
Authorities block a writer from traveling to Australia and demand that he not publish his works abroad.
China says it is 'making progress' on human rights as U.S. leaders raise the prickly issue at high-level annual talks.
Chinese authorities move against reporters covering the detention of government critics and activists.
Chinese authorities are uncomfortable with the new trend toward light entertainment.
A Chinese activist had investigated the death of a land-rights champion believed to have been murdered.
China's plans to use the center to 'direct, coordinate, and supervise' online content management.
Eighteen mentally disabled people were found working excessively long hours in appalling conditions for no pay.
A Chinese worker is locked up after exposing his ordeal in a psychiatric facility.
An official Chinese newspaper calls the terror mastermind 'Satan' while some netizens call him a hero.
An expert blames official corruption and failure to implement 'sound policies and good laws.'
Beijing keeps a closer watch on Chinese using the Internet for any activities deemed threatening.
But controversial comments by a state television producer fuel online debate.
A year after his release, a Chinese author faces various forms of government harassment.
Beijing continues crackdown on dissidents despite outcry.