The latest news on China
Despite diplomatic pressure, Xue Feng has been held at an unknown location in Beijing for two years.
CO2 emissions rose 671 million tons from 2007 to 2008, three-quarters of which is attributed to China.
The Center for American Progress says China is moving to cut carbon emissions
At a town hall meeting in Shanghai, Obama says freedom to worship is a universal right.
U.S. president couches criticism with praise, humility in speech to Chinese university students.
Drought and risk of landslides have become an issue for the world's largest hydroelectric project.
The president is scheduled to make stops in Japan, China, Singapore, and South Korea.
Regulators from competing government agencies struggle for control over a popular online game.
China appears to be collecting U.S. intelligence through a sustained hacking campaign.