A Chinese warship snatched an American drone from the South China Sea. In a statement, China said it would return the drone, saying it had removed it for safety reasons.
Terry Branstad is expected to be Donald Trump’s pick for ambassador to China. Branstad has a close relationship with the nation’s president, Xi Jinping.
Microsoft’s Chinese chatbot, Xiaoice, is good at making conversation, but will avoid sensitive topics like Tiananmen and even Donald Trump.
In a game that included 21 lead changes, the Rockets defeated the Pelicans by six in Shanghai, China.
James Harden and the Houston Rockets rebounded from a slow start to blow out the Sharks, a team owned by former Rocket center Yao Ming.
A woman was attacked by a tiger at a drive-through animal park in Beijing, China, and the horrifying mauling was caught on video. You can watch the full footage here.
Disney opened its latest theme park, Shanghai Disneyland, this week. Here’s a look at the expensive park’s opening ceremony.
It’s the Chinese Lunar New Year and it’s year 2130 or 4714 in the calendar. It’s also the zodiac year of the monkey. Find out the science and history behind it here.
Otto Frederick Warmbier is a University of Virginia student from Cincinnati who has been detained by the North Korean government as an alleged spy.
A new video purportedly released by the Islamic State titled “If You Want To Save Your Life, You Either Convert to Islam or Pay the Jizyah” threatens the United States and its allies.
In a new issue of the Islamic State magazine “Dabiq”, it is revealed that Ole Johan Grimsgaard-Ofstad and Fan Jinghui, previously for sale as slaves, have allegedly been executed.
The Chinese stock market dropped by 8.5 percent on Monday, the biggest drop in eight years, negatively impacting markets around the world.
Chinese stocks saw their biggest dip in 8 years today, leading the media to dub it “Black Monday” in Shanghai. Dow Jones opened more than 1,000 points down.
The Port of Tianjin in China is still smoking after two massive explosions rocked the city. Nearly 50 people have been confirmed as dead with nearly 600 people injured.
Nuclear bomb-like blasts in Tianjin, China, have killed at least 44 and wounded hundreds. The explosions sent earthquake-like shockwaves into the city.