The U.S. responded to China's launch of ballistic missiles during a planned military exercise calling them 'counterproductive' in an effort to stop the rising tensions.
China's firing of two missiles on Wednesday sends a clear message to the U.S. that they are not happy about a recent U-2 spy plane entering a no-fly one to observe some live military exercises.
If the aircraft is in a no-fly zone, any response, including attempts to shoot it down, could be seen as justified.
China is sending the U.S. a message by holding four simultaneous military drills in the Southeast Asian waters.
Instead of remaining silent to a diplomatic protest filed by the Philippines, China has responded and is accusing the Philippines of infringing on its security and sovereignty.
Vietnam has once again voiced its disapproval of Chinese activities in the Paracel Islands inside of Vietnam's exclusive economic zone (EEZ). This time, fighter jets and a H-6J bomber were spotted.
Tension levels between China and the U.S. ratcheted up a notch when an American guided-missile destroyer entered the Taiwan Strait headed southward into the South China Sea, drawing the attention of China and Taipei.
A promising coronavirus vaccine is currently being tested in the UK, Brazil, South Africa, and soon in the US. If successful, Australia plans to embark on a program to vaccinate as many people as possible.
The arrest of Agnes Chow in Hong Kong is causing many of her Twitter and social media followers in Japan to take notice of China and the new National Security laws that she is accused of breaking.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi visited Tibet on Friday and spoke about the security and stability of Tibet while also sending a message to India over a recent border dispute.
WHO, FDA, and Agriculture Department have said that people should not worry about the coronavirus entering the frozen food chain.
Japan, China, and the U.S. are bracing for Aug. 16 when a fishing ban expires in the waters around the Senkaku Islands.
Both the U.S. and China realize that a minor incident could turn into an armed conflict in the tense waters of the South China Sea.
An official in the Philippine Navy is calling for a diplomatic protest, claiming Chinese vessels continue to "loiter" near the Reed Bank conducting surveys and trying to provoke the Philippine Navy into firing the first shot.
This is the highest-profile arrest under the city's new National Security Law imposed by China on June 30.
In an op-ed article, Germany's Europe minister Michael Roth wrote that the European Union (EU) must not be afraid to "lock horns" with China over difficult issues.
China is making overtures to poor and developing countries to make a future COVID-19 vaccine available in an effort to improve its standing in the world's eyes.
Two WHO scientists have laid the groundwork for a larger investigation to determine the origins of COVID-19, which was first detected in Wuhan, China.
China will use its expertise to help Hong Kong build makeshift medical facilities that will add about 2,400 beds. They will also help with increasing Hong Kong's testing capabilities tenfold.
Hurricane Isaias is a Category 1 storm capable of causing wind damage but the real worry is the harm that can be caused by the storm surge and the coronavirus during any evacuations to shelters.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says his country does not have the financial resources to wage a war with China over maritime territorial disputes.
Malaysia is appealing to the United Nations, rebuking China's claims that Kuala Lumpur has no right to seek the establishment of its continental shelf.
Aug. 14 marks the end of the eviction ban imposed on California landlords. If the ban is not extended, some fear there could be a wave of evictions that could result in refugee camps being set up in Los Angeles.
China has been ramping up the number of flights by its fighter jets over the Senkaku Island near Okinawa, a major U.S. military base, putting a strain on Japan's Air Self Defense Force.
The arrest of four Hong Kong students for a violation of the Chinese-imposed National Security Laws has triggered fears that the intentions of the law might be to silence dissenters.
Many of them did not wear masks during the get-together.
On the agenda are sea battle simulations and 2,000 military personnel with 26 warships, 19 aircraft, 18 marine combat vehicles.
A new electronic warfare unit in southern Japan will coordinate with an older system to the north to increase Japan's defensive capabilities in the event of an invasion on the Senkaku Islands. Increased tensions with China over the islands make it the most likely invader.
Derek Chauvin faces felony tax charges in addition to his murder charges for the death of George Floyd in May.
Though the exact location of the confrontation is not known, it is believed to be near the contested Spratly Islands.