A fugitive gunman thought to be behind a string of armed robberies and murders in China dating back to 2004 has been shot and killed following a huge manhunt.
A massive manhunt for an alleged bank robber thought to be behind a string of deadly attacks. CNN's Steven Jiang reports.
A huge manhunt involving soldiers and police is underway in China for an elusive armed robber who is thought to be behind a string of murders dating back to 2004.
The day after the biggest murder trial in recent Chinese history, the country's state media ran stories about the defendant, Gu Kailai, the high-powered wife of deposed Chinese politician Bo Xilai, but kept headlines off the front page.
Anna Coren speaks to NYU's Jerome Cohen about China's legal system ahead of sensational murder trial verdict
The murder trial of Gu Kailai, the wife of a recently deposed top official in the Chinese Communist Party, began Thursday under tight security in the eastern city of Hefei, local officials said.
CNN's Steven Jiang reports from outside a Hefei court ahead of the murder trial of Gu Kailai, wife of disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai.
In the high-stakes world of Communist Party politics, it sometimes takes a politician only one wrong move to slide from fame to shame.
CNN's Kristie Lu Stout looks at the timeline of events concerning the Bo Xilai political murder mystery in China.
The trial of Gu Kailai, a high-profile Chinese politician's wife who is accused of murdering a UK businessman, would be a sensational case in any season.
As the drama surrounding one of the Chinese Communist Party's most high-profile politicians, Bo Xilai, unfolds with all the twists of a soap opera, attention has zoomed in again on his wife, Gu Kailai, the woman likened by some as the "Jackie Kennedy of China" and who is now officially charged with murder.
A run-down hotel on the outskirts of Chongqing is the unlikely setting for a murder mystery. CNN's Stan Grant reports.
Wang Kang knows Bo Xilai and his family. He says he is taking a risk by going public, as CNN's Stan Grant reports.
Once the ultimate power couple in China, Bo Xilai and his wife Gu Kailai have now vanished.
In a sign of the widening investigation into Bo Xilai's family and finances, his older brother resigned from the board of a state-controlled alternative energy company Wednesday.
Bo Xilai's brother has resigned from a state-run firm as the scandal widens. CNN's Pauline Chiou reports.
Kristie Lu Stout cuts through the rumors surrounding disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai with CNN's Jaime FlorCruz
The dramatic fall from grace of a man so close to the top of China's hierarchy is "very positive" for the country's political development, one prominent China expert has argued.
Wang Kang looks every bit what he is: a Chinese scholar.
When yet more news breaks about the Bo Xilai scandal there is a momentary stir in the office of a state-run Chinese newspaper in Beijing.
With a father who is a toppled Communist leader and a mother accused of murder, the son, Bo Guagua, is now under scrutiny over reports of a lavish student lifestyle that have raised questions about where China's top cadres find their money.
I glimpse the sprawling hotel from a distance, nestled into the lush hills on the outskirts of Chongqing. The air is fresher here, the temperature several degrees cooler than the sprawling metropolis of more than 30 million people below.
China has promised a thorough investigation into a scandal that has linked a disgraced former Communist Party chief's wife to the mysterious death of a British businessman.
ITN's Lindsey Hilsum has the latest on the death of UK businessman Neil Heywood and possible connection with Bo Xilai.
The latest rumors filling a void of official information over the mysterious death of a British businessman and the fall of one of China's rising political stars are worthy of a Hollywood thriller, amid rumors of poison and political skullduggery.
For hours, China's micro-blogging community was abuzz with anxious tweets: an important announcement would be released at 6:30 or 7 p.m. on the official China Central Television (CCTV).
The wife of a controversial Chinese leader and a family aide have been arrested in connection with the death of a British businessman, Chinese state media announced Tuesday.
In this sprawling Chinese metropolis of some 30 million residents, new details have emerged in the story linking a disgraced former Communist Party chief with a dead British businessman.
"Please excuse me, I can't talk about this."
Earlier this week, I got an email from a nephew who lives in Japan.
CNN's Stan Grant reports from Chongqing where reaction was mixed to Bo Xilai's dismissal as Chongqing Party chief.
"Those who win become emperors, those who lose become bandits."
Bo Xilai, once seen as one of the rising stars of Chinese politics, has been removed from his prominent provincial post after a scandal involving one of his key deputies.
Walmart is taking a 51% stake in Yihaodian, a leading Chinese e-commerce website, in a significant move by the U.S. retailer to boost its online presence in China.
Reports that the crime-busting deputy mayor of a Chinese city had gone on "medical leave" sparked a frenzied response on social media Wednesday, amid speculation that he had sought asylum at a U.S. consulate.
Miss Chen stares curiously at the iPad. Even though she works overtime in a factory in southwestern China that manufactures them, she's never seen the finished product.
At least nine Chinese provinces, including Hunan, Chongqing, Jiangsu and Anhui have joined the hunt for a killer they believe responsible for a spate of armed robberies across the country.
Chinese authorities in eastern Jiangsu Province have launched a massive manhunt for a suspect in a deadly armed robbery, according to Chinese media.
Chinese police have arrested the head of a powerful local government bureau, two months after the alleged sexual assault of a schoolteacher.
Police in southwestern China seized more than 26 tons of melamine-tainted milk powder intended for use in ice cream, officials said.
CNN's Stan Grant visits Chongqing, China, a boomtown where millions have transformed their lives.
Zhou Xunshu and Yan Qi both grew up in the mountains in southwestern China, but today their hometowns are worlds apart.
Those probably were not UFOs that hovered over China recently, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology analyst said.
An MIT weapons analyst says the footage of an apparent UFO was likely doctored with photo editing software.
Landslides killed at least 27 people and tens of thousands were evacuated in southern China, where heavy rain has created chaos, state-run media said Friday.
The highest-ranking official accused of collusion with gangs that terrorized the central city of Chongqing has been executed, China's official Xinhua news agency reported.
Li Yuning, a high school senior in China's eastern Shandong province, hopes to explore a career in advertising or journalism. But to get into a university to pursue this path, she must first run the gauntlet known as "Gaokao," a grueling university entrance examination given every summer across the Asian nation.
Severe wind and rain in southwest China killed at least 29 people and injured 190 others, the state-run Xinhua news agency reported Thursday.
It is the start of perhaps the most salacious chapter in China's most sweeping crackdown on corruption in recent history. The trial of the most senior official implicated in an intricate web of mafia-style gangs that terrorized the central city of Chongqing has begun.
A court sentenced a Chinese crime boss known as the "godmother of the underworld" to 18 years in prison Tuesday, state-run media reported.
CNN's John Vause reports on the trial of the crime bosses and triads rounded up and on trial.
China's long simmering battle against corruption has come to a boil, this time in Chongqing, the largest megalopolis in the world. A massive crackdown has implicated millionaires, gangsters, and even police officers. Known as "dahei" (combat triads), the campaign has put the spotlight on organized crime and how it has infested local bureaucracy and businesses through bribery, extortion, blackmail and violence.
In Chongqing, China, 'camp' for a certain group of kids means DNA swabs and tests to identify their possible talents.
At the Chongqing Children's Palace, experts are hoping to revolutionize child-rearing with the help of science. About 30 children aged 3 to 12 years old and their parents are participating in a new program that uses DNA testing to identify genetic gifts and predict the future.
Chinese rescue workers searched for dozens of people believed to be trapped by a massive landslide in the southwest city of Chongqing on Saturday, a state-run news agency reported.
Chinese authorities were explicit: Tear down the nation's first sex-themed amusement park before it gets going full steam.
As Bus No. 37 pulled up at the Wangfujing stop near his office, Chris Tsao watched the line of waiting passengers quickly dissipate into a familiar scene of mild chaos as they pressed their way onto the standing-room-only bus.
The death toll from a 6.2-magnitude earthquake that struck central China's battered Sichuan province climbed to two Wednesday, with another 22 injured, local emergency officials reported.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck China's Sichuan province on Tuesday, killing at least one person and seriously injuring five others, a local emergency official told CNN.
A 7.9 magnitude earthquake rocks China Monday Morning. CNN's John Vause has the latest from Chongqing
The official death toll from the China earthquake stood at 12,012 on Wednesday afternoon, but it is expected to rise as soldiers and rescue crews pull more bodies from crumbled buildings at the epicenter in Sichuan province.
Nearly 900 students were buried by the earthquake that hit China's Sichuan province, according to China's official news agency, Xinhua
Some 5 million have been evacuated, but improved emergency-response planning may have saved thousands
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A final group of more than 100,000 people will be forced to relocate by the end of next year to make way for the Three Gorges Dam
Chinese workers have completed construction work on the world's largest hydroelectric project, according to reports in state media.
Former Chinese leader Mao Zedong dreamed of a "great wall of stone" taming the mighty Yangtze River.
"This way, ladies! Follow me!" It's two weeks before the opening of Wal-Mart's first supercenter in Chongqing, and Baker Jiang, Wal-Mart's manager for western China, has invited a delegation of wom...
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Chinese rescue workers are continuing to search for coal miners missing following a deadly underground explosion that has so far killed 82 of their fellow workers.
EVEN THE LOCALS GET LOST IN CHONGQING, A CITY obliterating its past before the future has been built. Once China's World War II capital, this industrial metropolis of seven million people, 1,500 mi...
Floods unleashed by torrential rains have killed at least 161 people and left dozens more missing in southwestern China, prompting authorities to put the massive Three Gorges hydroelectric project on alert.
Around 150,000 people have been evacuated from their homes after a series of deadly explosions hit a chemical plant in southwest China.
It's Saturday night in the central Chinese city of Chongqing, and at the Cygnet Hot Pot Palace restaurant, the evening's fashion show is reaching a climax. As the models sashay onstage for the fina...
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