Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for serious reflection on the discipline and law violations by former Central Military Commission (CMC) Vice Chairman Xu Caihou.
A manhunt for a male inmate who escaped from the local Beijiang Prison in South China's Guangdong province this morning.
People take part in The Color Run in Olympic Sports Center of Guangzhou, the capital city of China's southern Guangdong province, Nov 1, 2014.
A museum is needed to preserve rare relics unearthed to make way for the massive south-to-north water transfer project, a central China official said Saturday.
Police in East China's Jiangxi province believe they have found the trail of a suspect involved in a stabbing case that left two schoolchildren dead and another seriously injured on Friday morning.
Repair work will begin on the former headquarters of Japan's notorious Unit 731 in Northeast China's Harbin on Wednesday.
China's top legislature adopted an amendment to the Administrative Procedure Law Saturday, aiming to expand the people's right to sue the government.
China's top legislature decided to designate December 4 as national Constitution Day amid efforts to enhance the document's implementation and advance the rule of law.
The bill specifies espionage's definition: foreign organizations and individuals who conduct espionage activities or who instigate and sponsor others in conducting them will be punished.
China succeeds in the world's first mission to the Moon and back in some 40 years, becoming the third nation to do so after the former Soviet Union and the US.
Top Chinese medical experts urged for enhanced innovation among the practitioners in medical sector of the nation.
Eagle training, which developed from the nomadic tribe's admiration for the majestic bird of prey, is an ancient tradition of Kazak people living in Central Asia. But less eagles are being raised since the raptor was listed as protected creature. The few remaining trainers continue to practice the ancient tradition to preserve their culture.