DC Comics has deleted a graphic promoting the December release of "Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child" on social media following backlash from Chinese fans.
President Donald Trump signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act into law Wednesday, after earlier failing to commit to the bill over apparent concerns about trade implications with China.
A young boy who spray-painted on a police station and metro station during the Hong Kong protests has been arrested and is the youngest person convicted in the protests so far.
Hong Kong's top health official has claimed that tear gas used by police on protesters poses no public health risk, days after police were reported to use the gas at a university campus. Some have expressed fears that the chemical weapon used in the city could contain the toxic pollutant dioxin.
Photos and videos of the Hong Kong protests show that universities have become major battlegrounds for students and police.
The attacker was reportedly a mandarin-speaking, pro-Beijing reporter who attacked protesters after arguing with them.
A drop in tourism has thinned the crowds, but locals assert the city is safer than you would think.
The child baited a cameraman by holding a Clippers t-shirt, but as soon as the camera panned to him, he dropped the Clippers shirt and held up a shirt in support of the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
Andrew Duncan, identified as a "producer and activist" by journalist Yashar Ali, bought 300 seats for Chinese pro-democracy activists to protest at NBA game.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam pulled out of the meeting when she discovered that Ted Cruz had told reporters about the plans.
The demonstrator's sign has resonated with many fans of J.K. Rowling's series.
Kerr later said he wasn't going to comment any further about the Hong Kong protests.
"We have verified with the Hong Kong Cybersecurity and Technology Crime Bureau that the app has been used to target and ambush police," Apple said in a statement.
The league's response to Morey's tweet, which has inflamed tensions in a key basketball market, has generated its own backlash in the U.S.
It follows tweets made by Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey in support of Hong Kong protesters.
More than 75 mosaics of comprised of posters, flyers and Post-it notes have sprung up across public spaces in Hong Kong, reiterating protesters' calls for democracy and denouncing China's efforts to bring the former British colony to heel.
The Hong Kong chief executive bowed to months of pressure and withdrew the controversial bill on Wednesday.
Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow were arrested on Friday morning. They were later released on bail.
20 Cathay employees have been dismissed or forced to resign.
The photo was taken on Sunday evening, during a clash between police and protesters in the Tsuen Wan area of Hong Kong.
Protesters threw bricks and gasoline bombs at the police, who responded with tear gas.
A spokesperson for the Chinese government said Taiwan's offer "helped cover up the criminalities of a small number of violent radicals" and offered them safe haven.
Protesters chanted: "Liberate Hong Kong! Revolution of our time!" despite fears that police could adopt tougher tactics to drive activists off the streets.
"I support Hong Kong Police, you can beat me now," the Disney star reportedly said.
"The president has made it clear that he is watching very carefully what's happening," Ross said. "He talked about the possibility of troop build-up and it's not that we are not watching it, it's a question of what role is there for the U.S. in that matter. This is an internal matter."