Did UK Security Forces Push 'Jihadi John' To Extremism?
February 27 2015 10:59 PM EST
The former chief of MI6 denies that U.K. security forces had an influence in radicalizing individuals toward extremism.
Cosby Has Right To Discredit Sexual Assault Claims: Lawyers
February 27 2015 8:45 PM EST
Bill Cosby's lawyers are seeking to dismiss a defamation lawsuit against the comedian by saying he is acting in self-defense.
'We Will Hunt You Down,' Holder Tells 'Jihadi John'
February 27 2015 7:14 PM EST
Attorney General Eric Holder says sending U.S. troops to Syria to find 'Jihadi John' Mohammed Emwazi is not off the table.
Afghanistan's President Invited To Address Congress
February 27 2015 4:30 PM EST
Washington is hoping to foster improved relations with Afghanistan's new president, Ashraf Ghani.
China's US Tech Ban: Security Concern Or Market Manipulation?
February 26 2015 12:56 PM EST
China's government ban on U.S. tech companies is part of a long-running plan to wean off foreign tech services.
What Xi Jinping's New Plan Means For China
February 25 2015 6:40 PM EST
China's president has packaged his policies as the "four comprehensives," meant to guide the country for years.
Royal Family Challenges Abe's Revisionist Agenda
February 24 2015 4:39 PM EST
Recent comments made by the Imperial House contradict the view taken by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Mainland Chinese Pulling Away From Hong Kong
February 24 2015 12:12 PM EST
Mainland Chinese tourists are feeling less welcome in Hong Kong, where people are protesting against them.
Another Territorial Dispute Is Bubbling In East Asia
February 23 2015 3:27 PM EST
Japan and South Korea are increasingly at loggerheads, and China is benefiting from it.
China's Role In Myanmar's Tense Border Conflict
February 20 2015 6:04 PM EST
As internal turmoil continues, Myanmar has called on China for help.
Gung Hay Say What?
February 20 2015 2:44 PM EST
Chinese New Year greetings were offered up by Western politicians, athletes and other public figures. Here's how they rank.
Chinese New Year Fireworks And Air Pollution
February 19 2015 4:35 PM EST
China has restricted the sale of fireworks in an effort to clean up its air.
'Sheepish' Sales For Chinese New Year Fireworks
February 19 2015 3:17 PM EST
A government effort to curb pollution has forced fireworks sales down, in line with the rest of manufacturing in China.
Chinese New Year Traditions Go Digital
February 17 2015 3:57 PM EST
As China's population becomes more tech-centric, so do the country's traditions.
China Built South China Sea Island In 10 Months
February 17 2015 12:52 PM EST
China's speedy 'land reclamation' project in the South China Sea is stirring concerns among its neighbors.
UK To Rename Landmarks To Attract Chinese Tourists
February 16 2015 3:50 PM EST
The renaming exercise is expected to help double the amount Chinese tourists currently spend in the UK.
Security Concerns Arise Over Chinese New Year Crowds
February 16 2015 11:59 AM EST
China is beefing up security in public areas ahead of the chaotic Spring Festival travel season.
China And The Great Leap Backward From The Marriage Altar
February 13 2015 8:38 PM EST
Vast cultural changes and gender imbalances have China’s singles hesitant to take the plunge into marriage.
Alibaba's Valentine's Day Promotion Supports Same-Sex Marriage In China
February 12 2015 1:56 PM EST
The e-commerce giant's support for same-sex couples in China could earn it a piece of a demographic with $470 billion in purchasing power.
China Abandoning Malls For Online Shopping
February 09 2015 2:35 PM EST
China's shoppers are expected to spend $1 trillion online by 2019.