Chinese President Xi Jinping is calling for a world-class military and leading economy, but the U.S. is suspicious of Beijing's growing ambitions in world affairs.
Xi Jinping will likely lead for another five years—but then what?
President Xi Jinping is eyeing greater powers and his timing could not have been better.
General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said China's rapid military reforms and economic growth threaten U.S. hegemony.
Chinese soldiers were rushed to the country's northeastern coast to fire missiles and machine guns designed to blast enemy planes out of the air.
Trump has praised Moscow and Beijing for backing new sanctions against North Korea.
Chen Miner takes over as Communist Party boss in southwestern Chongqing.
At the G20 China's Xi Jinping urged the U.S. to engage Pyongyang in talks about its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
President Donald Trump spoke to Japanese and Chinese leaders over a possible response to North Korea actions.
Luckily, officials handed out biscuits.
Former Iowa governor Terry Branstad remains hopeful Xi Jinping can combat threat of Kim Jong-un.
Zimbabwe's tourism minister says the project will create billions in investment and help the country shed its "bad boy" image in the international community.
U.S. officials say new activity at North Korea's nuclear weapons test site indicates the country may be preparing a launch during top U.S.-China talks.
As Trump cuts budgets for scientific research, China's soar.
The United States doesn't conduct business with North Korea directly, but could sanction those who do.
The move is likely to anger China after a detente between Trump and President Xi Jinping following a meeting in Mar-a-Lago.
A New York Times report claimed that Beijing killed at least 12 CIA sources between 2010 and 2012.
The 'New York Times' reported that China killed or imprisoned 18 to 20 CIA sources from 2010 to 2012. Investigators remain divided over whether there was a spy within the CIA who betrayed the sources or whether the Chinese hacked the CIA's covert communications system
At least 30,000 computers across China were affected.
Manila is looking to ease tensions with Asia's top economic power.