An alleged leak of Hunter Biden's personal files has reignited accusations and claims against him. Newsweek Fact Check explores some of them.
Viral social media posts claim tanks filmed on Chinese streets were guarding from protests against banks, but is it true? Newsweek Fact Check digs in.
The video's location has been given by many as being shot in Henan, where protests are taking place. But the footage was likely shot somewhere else.
Russia's Vladimir Putin told a forum in Moscow that the West cannot offer "its own model of the future."
Reports of the House speaker's planned visit to Taiwan in August have not yet been confirmed by the U.S.
U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet committed to publishing her office's findings on Xinjiang before she steps down at the end of August.
Pelosi's office said it couldn't confirm or deny the reported travel plans for security reasons.
Only in the Orwellian world of the United Nations could one find a Chinese "human rights expert" welcoming Iceland's "increasing efforts for the implementation of the Convention Against Torture," while recommending "your country have a specific definition of torture in your criminal law... to teach you to carry out your own constitution, not only international treaties."
Joe Biden is expected to sign a new bill offering manufacturers $52 billion in government subsidies
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian criticized a U.S. push for military presence in Earth orbit.
An American destroyer sailed through Chinese-claimed waters for the third time in a week.
China warned Pelosi against following through with a visit to the disputed island, threatening the U.S. with "consequences" if she does.
The U.S.-China rivalry has found its way into American farm country.
At least 84 homes in China's Guangzhou city were broken into by authorities to check for "close contacts," according to state media.
Jorge Toledo, 57, is scheduled to take up his post in Beijing in September.
China previously warned that Pelosi's trip would be "extremely dangerous" and the U.S. could expect "a firm response."
Would any sane nation permit its enemies to freely propagandize at its educational institutions?
Space debris is a growing problem as humanity launches more and more satellites into Earth orbit, making space increasingly crowded.
"It doesn't make sense that we should rely on folks like China and others for our own national security interests," Republican Senator Joni Ernst told Newsweek.
Hong Kong newspaper Ming Pao reports China's president will be given an unprecedented third term this November.
Only 2.4 percent of Taiwan's residents identify as solely "Chinese," while roughly two-thirds say they are only "Taiwanese," according to new polling.
Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare of the Solomon Islands said a military base wouldn't be welcome in his country—or anywhere else in the region.
The calendar could use the year zero based on a pulsar signal, rather than using the Christian AD starting point.
Former U.S. President Richard Nixon said that if freedom in Russia were to fail, it would mean hardliners in China would get a new lease of life.
A Chinese navy warship was heard hailing an American military aircraft near Taiwan on Monday.
A Chinese warship followed American guided-missile destroyer USS Benfold as it sailed through the disputed Paracel Islands on Wednesday.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken reaffirmed a U.S. commitment to defend the Philippines if its forces are attacked in the South China Sea.
"We hope the U.S. side can take China's lists seriously," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said.