At a ship launching ceremony on Tuesday, President Tsai Ing-wen said Taiwan could one day become a weapons supplier to Western democracies.
570,000 people from Uighur regions in Northwestern China were forcibly sent to pick cotton under a labor program that targeted minority groups, The Center for Global Policy reported.
Speaker Pelosi said last week that federal investigators informed Republican and Democratic leaders about the alleged spy's actions in 2015.
After Joe Biden was affirmed as the next president by the Electoral College on Monday, Beijing urged him to show that he was ready to repair U.S.-China relations.
A mobile security expert told The Guardian newspaper that China is exploiting the global telecommunications system to spy on Americans' phones.
Chinese media says the barbed wire fence stops COVID-19 from entering the country, but the lengthy border wall could also prevent dissidents from leaving.
China is the U.S.'s largest supplier of goods imports. However trade fell by 16.2 percent last year following the imposition of tariffs, leaving U.S. companies looking to diversify their imports.
Ambassador Kelly Craft, Washington's permanent representative to the United Nations, called for reforms to the Human Rights Council—to which China was elected in October.
The State Department is now also believed to have been compromised by hackers reportedly acting under orders from Moscow.
Following Google's widespread service shutdown on Monday morning, users of the "free speech" social network proposed some outlandish possible causes.
Will we wake up one day and find that China has been reading our mail? Losing our technological edge could have major security implications for the U.S.
"The greatest long-term threat to our nation's information and intellectual property, and to our economic vitality, is the counterintelligence and economic espionage threat from China," FBI Director Christopher Wary said in public remarks sent to Newsweek.
The People's Liberation Army Ground Forces were seen testing the new lightweight self-propelled howitzer in a report by China's state broadcaster CCTV on Wednesday.
Beijing professor Tian Feilong, a proponent of the Beijing's Hong Kong national security law, said the Chinese government should be preparing for a "non-peaceful reunification" of Taiwan.
The U.S. and China this week exchanged tit-for-tat sanctions over Hong Kong, where Beijing is continuing its crackdown on pro-democracy activists.
Haze Fan, who works for Bloomberg News in Beijing, had been missing for four days before Chinese authorities confirmed her arrest.
In his first appearance Wednesday since causing a fresh diplomatic row with Australia, government spokesperson Zhao Lijian urged the incoming Biden administration to restart talks with China.
The turtles, which are protected from excessive trading by an international treaty, were worth approximately $2,250,000 on the Asian black market.
"Were you all aware of this tie to a Chinese spy prior to [Eric Swalwell] being put on the committee?" Republican House Minority Whip Steve Scalise asked.
China is revoking visa exemptions for U.S. diplomats visiting Hong Kong and Macau and imposing sanctions on Congress members.
On flights to and from countries where coronavirus infections are high, China's Civil Aviation Administration recommends that flight attendants avoid airplane bathrooms by wearing diapers.
"I'm not going to turn a blind eye on this," GOP Senator Ron Johnson said. "We'll keep digging."
The Barcelona forward urged the Chinese tech giant to speak out against what he described as "mass prosecution" perpetrated against the minority.
The Cold War-era "Dragon Lady" plane was picked up by flight radar as it made a sortie into the Taiwan Strait on Thursday.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying made the analogy Thursday when asked about Beijing's recent "Wolf Warrior" approach to diplomacy.
China's foreign ministry did not say which high-level officials would be affected, but Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is reportedly likely to be among them.
The official Twitter account of China's embassy in Washington, D.C., quickly undid a retweet appearing to support President Donald Trump's claims that the Democrats had committed election fraud.
China's Communist government has agreed to share its COVID vaccine and research with some developing countries, leading some to mistrust its motives.