Bodies Recovered From Submerged Car In National ParkAuthorities have recovered the bodies believe to be those of a Chinese couple who were in a car that plunged off a cliff in California's Kings Canyon National Park.
China Bitcoin Exchange To End Trading At Month's EndOne of China's biggest bitcoin exchanges says it will stop trading at the end of the month following reports regulators have ordered all Chinese exchanges for the digital currency to close.
Chinese Consulate Warns California Not To Stand Up For Falun GongA California senator says his attempt to stand up for practitioners of a banned Chinese spiritual movement is being squashed under pressure from the government of China.
Facebook Anonymously Launched Social Media App In ChinaFacebook anonymously launched a photo-sharing app in China in a new effort to make inroads in the world's most populous country.
Strong Earthquake In China Kills At Least 7, Injures DozensA strong earthquake shook a mountainous region in southwestern China near a famous national park, killing at least seven people and injuring dozens.
Justin Bieber Banned From China For 'Bad Behavior'The ban was revealed when a fan posted a question on the Bureau’s website asking why Bieber wasn’t coming to China during his Asian tour.
Trump Expresses Frustration With China Over N. Korea SupportPresident Donald Trump expressed frustration with China on Wednesday for failing to do more to cut off support to North Korea and exert pressure to curb its nuclear pursuits.
Landslide Buries Mountain Village in Sichuan Province, Southwest ChinaThe government says a landslide, which came from a mountain, engulfed a cluster of 62 homes and a hotel in the village of Xinmo.
California Businesses Join, Pay For Gov. Brown's China TripGov. Jerry Brown has company on his trip to China to further his climate change agenda: About 30 California business leaders are along for the ride to support Brown's policies and build their own business deals.
Apple Makes $1B Commitment Toward More US Manufacturing JobsApple will invest $1 billion to help create more U.S. manufacturing jobs and to counter recurring criticism about its reliance on overseas factories to assemble most of its iPhones and other devices.
Yahoo Accused Of Mismanaging Fund For Dissidents In ChinaA lawsuit accused Yahoo of breaking a financial promise it made to Chinese dissidents almost a decade ago as penance for helping the Chinese government find and jail other activists.
China's ZTE Pleads Guilty To Breaking Iran Sanctions, Faces $900M FineChinese cellphone equipment maker ZTE Corp. will plead guilty and pay the United States nearly $900 million for shipping sensitive U.S.-made technology to Iran in violation of U.S. sanctions, the Justice Department said Tuesday.