The residents of a suburban village near China's capital accuse the local government of ties with a property developer.
A Chinese court sentences the couple to prison on 'disturbance' and 'fraud' charges.
A high-flying Chinese politician is suspended from the Communist Party's powerful Politburo.
Ousted Chinese premier had opposed the military crackdown on Tiananmen protesters in 1989.
Chinese authorities renew an attack against online 'rumors' and push for real-name registration on microblog accounts.
Fang Lizhi had taken refuge in the U.S. embassy in Beijing in the wake of the Tiananmen crackdown before entering exile.
Chinese authorities detain a mother for 'revealing state secrets' after she made microblog posts about the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.
The authorities are detaining protesters who echoed the outgoing premier's talk of political reform in China.
A Chinese advocate for women's rights is restricted to his home and denied access to doctors.
Residents of an eastern Chinese village say they were attacked by rioting Hui Muslims.
The protesters refuse to back down after clashes with police.
On this year's Tomb Sweeping Day, Chinese authorities keep a tight rein on memorials for the Tiananmen Square dead.
Ai wants to allow the public to keep watch on him, marking the anniversary of his secret detention last year.
With the rising cost of burial plots, residents of China’s capital joke that they cannot afford to die.
A Chinese businessman who fled overseas looks back at the 'red terror' campaign in Chongqing.
Tensions run high in village in northern China's Inner Mongolia after a land grab by a forestry company.
Popular Chinese microblogs are punished for spreading rumors of a political coup in the capital.
A Chinese reporter is serving three years for "endangering state security" after posting online about the now-ousted leader Bo Xilai.