When COVID hit, a Chinese firm offered to set up testing labs in the U.S., which could have given it access to DNA data. The U.S. says this is part of China's effort to collect mass data on Americans.
If approved, the new vaccine candidates would give China a total of four OK'd for general distribution. Even so, the country's vaccine drive appears to be falling short.
Rights lawyers became targets in President Xi Jinping's push to put the Communist Party above the law. Now they're losing their licenses.
At a news conference this week, the World Health Organization made a surprising statement: The coronavirus could possibly be transmitted on frozen packages of food.
The White House has "deep concerns" over how initial findings on the coronavirus were communicated and demands China make data available to investigators, national security adviser Jake Sullivan says.
The Chinese state news agency said the BBC had "undermined China's national interests and ethnic solidarity." Britain stripped the license for CGTN, the Chinese global television network, last week.
China's space agency, fresh off a successful sample-return mission to the moon, says the ambitious Tianwen-1 rover mission it launched in July had reached the Red Planet.
The coronavirus is "very unlikely" to have started in a Chinese lab but its path from animals to humans needs further investigation, a World Health Organization team said after visiting Wuhan.
The move appears to be a show of strength meant to signal the new administration's determination to stand firm against China's steady encroachment in the strategic waterway.
Feb. 7 marks the one-year anniversary of Dr. Li Wenliang's death from the virus he'd warned about. His legacy lives on through his Weibo page, which has become a kind of confessional.
President Biden's remarks Thursday come as Russia has detained opposition leader Alexei Navalny and the Myanmar military staged a coup.
Their vaccine rollout in this nation of 1.4 billion citizens is happening more slowly than anticipated. Why the delays?
President Biden's Iran policy is significantly different from that of his predecessor. But there are some things started by former President Donald Trump that Biden plans to build on.
With the Winter Olympics set for next year, NPR's Scott Simon talks about the push by some human rights groups to move the games out of Beijing.
Britain had offered Hong Kong holders of overseas citizenship a path to residency and citizenship in the U.K. China rejects the move as an infringement on its sovereignty.