Beijing announced on March 5 that it is raising its armed forces defense budget by 8.1 percent, a figure doubted by outside analysts who say the amount is much higher.
A Washington-based law foundation has called for those suspected of being involved in abusive transplant practices in China to be held accountable.
A New Zealand academic has been subjected to break-ins and a menacing letter after her research brought to light how the Chinese Communist Party is threatening her country’s sovereignty.
One of America’s top military figures has been made the next U.S. ambassador to Australia at a time of growing concern over China’s sway in the Asia-Pacific region.
Not long after taking power in China, the officially atheist Chinese Communist Party (CCP) broke off ties with the Vatican, but now, ongoing back-room negotiations between officials from the Holy See and Beijing could change that, much to disillusionment of…
The brutal Khmer Rouge regime ruled Cambodia from 1975-1979, and during that time they were aided by communist China.
New research indicates that if women are exposed to air pollution just prior to conception, or during the first month of pregnancy, they face an increased risk of their children being born with birth defects, such as cleft lip, palate,…
Two “smoke-rings” have been discovered off the Australian coast, leaving researchers believing that they could “suck-up” small marine creatures carrying them at high speed for long distances across the ocean.
A new and highly effective method in detecting tiny tumors and tracking their spread has now been invented. This new method has the potential to detect cancer earlier, and also help with a more precise treatment.
Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have discovered the highly addictive drug in tobacco products, called nicotine, may help people with sarcoidosis, a chronic inflammatory lung disease.