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Two new spy cases are the latest evidence of what U.S. officials say is an intense effort by the Chinese government to steal U.S. government and industrial secrets. One case involves a government official who works as a Defense Department weapons analyst and two men in New Orleans, who are accused of passing classified data on U.S. weapons systems to a senior Chinese official, according to a formal affidavit released today by the Justice Department.
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On a miserable January in the market, a new China fund, some green alternatives, and the surge in tobacco stocks.
Americans watch Grey's Anatomy while their international peers study longer hours.
Chinese officials are acknowledging that six workers have died building venues for the 2008 Beijing Olympics over the past five years. Ding Zhenkuan, deputy chief of Beijing's Municipal Bureau of Work Safety, initially told reporters no deaths had taken place at the 91,000-seat National Stadium, known as the "Bird's Nest" and the site for the opening and closing ceremonies. He later acknowledged two died there and then added there were six worker deaths in total at all sites, without elaborating on the other four deaths.
The U.S. slowdown will take its toll on Asia as well.
Chinese manufacturers aren't just making your stuff—they're making their own, too.
A young panda researcher seeks to understand the elusive bear’s habitat and how we might coexist.
It has been, by all accounts, a groundbreaking year for investing in China.
China's test adds to the perils for satellites.