All courts and judges must respect the Constitution and uphold its importance and the rule of law, China's top judge said on Thursday.
A major general at a People's Liberation Army university has been placed under investigation for alleged corruption, according to a report by Xinhua News Agency on Thursday.
China will soon surpass other countries in the combined length of its subway systems, which is expected to reach 8,500 kilometers by 2020.
Prisoners are still among the qualified candidates for donations, but all the organs needed in transplants will come solely from voluntary donators.
More than 93 percent of nearly 1,000 Chinese government websites under evaluation have security lapses, and 97 percent of websites at the district or county level have security risks, a recent report has announced.
Gay people in China are being offered a variety of dating apps to improve socializing and locating companions.
Gao Xiaoyan, a major general is under investigation for suspicion of bribery, becoming the first female general to be snared since anti-corruption campaign launched in 2012.
By the end of November, nearly 40 provincial or higher level officials had been snared this year in the ongoing anti-corruption campaign.
Taiwan's deputy leader Wu Den-yih will serve as the acting chairman of the party following Ma Ying-jeou's formal resignation on Wednesday.
Two academics and a pastor who conceived the "Occupy Central" campaign in Hong Kong will turn themselves in today.
While the China-US working group on cyber security has been suspended following the US decision in May to indict five PLA officers for cyber espionage, bilateral contact seemed to resume in a way as senior officials.
Beijing will join with its five provincial-level neighbors to build a unified platform that will monitor vehicle exhaust emissions in a bid to protect the environment.