China’s English-language propaganda machine has finally found its way into the American digital feedback loop.
Impersonating the country's foreign ministry, hackers are trying to gain control of computers to carry out an unknown goal.
Chinese WeChat Users Are Sharing A Censored Post About COVID-19 By Filling It With Emojis And Writing It In Other Languages
China’s censors are going to have to learn to read Klingon and Elvish.
From the world response to the escalating coronavirus outbreak to former vice president Joe Biden's Super Tuesday comeback in the Democratic presidential election, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.
At Least 10 People Were Killed When A Hotel In China Where Coronavirus Patients Were Quarantined Collapsed
Search and rescue efforts are continuing for 23 others.
The Peace Corps Botched Its Evacuation From China At The Height Of The Coronavirus Outbreak, Volunteers Say
Dozens of Peace Corps volunteers were rushed out of China, gathered in Thailand, and fired from the organization, with some heading back to the US without a voluntary quarantine.
Americans turned out over the weekend in long lines to stockpile face masks, nonperishables, and other emergency essentials after news of the first US deaths due to the coronavirus and community spread of the virus in Washington state.
COVID-19 has spawned countless conspiracy theories, hoaxes, and falsehoods.
From the escalating fear over the coronavirus to the narrowing field in the 2020 Democratic primary, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.
Some 15,000 coronavirus case numbers were added on Wednesday night, the biggest jump seen so far in the outbreak, driven by doctors in the hardest-hit Chinese province changing how they diagnose cases.
Dr. Li Wenliang tried to warn medical colleagues of a mysterious virus taking hold in Wuhan, but he was silenced by local police.
Founded by an exiled billionaire and critic of the Chinese government, G News claimed without proof that China was prepared to admit the disease originated in its labs.
The Chinese government is fighting two viral outbreaks: one that has killed 132 people so far and another that has caused mass confusion online for millions more.
It has no basis in reality, but that hasn’t slowed its spread across Facebook and Twitter.
US citizens living in China and South Korea have been told they won’t be able to cast their vote in person for the Democratic primary next month — and will instead need to vote online.
“Ultimately, we expect we will see community spread in this country,” the CDC said.
From the heated democratic debate in Las Vegas to a horrific crash during the final lap of the Daytona 500, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.
The video platform is doing better than many other social networking sites but still faces an uphill battle.
Expats across mainland China are preparing to fly back home as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread throughout the country.
The outbreak has spread to 7,800 total cases, 98 of which are outside of China.
"We expect to see more US cases," federal health officials said.
As rumors and lies run thick, Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement is trying to hold on to the meaning of their frog mascot.
The report from China confirms the birth of a third genetically engineered baby in the human experiment that scientists have called both botched and dangerous.
"It is considered a cyber threat," an Army spokesperson said.
Facebook Said A Chinese Company Compromised Users With Malware And Then Ran Ads Using Their Accounts
The defendants allegedly used the accounts to run ads that often misused the images of celebrities to sell “counterfeit goods and diet pills.”
The biggest country in the world is tired of being “badmouthed.”
In a fragmenting world, will governments choose ruthless digital order over chaotic digital freedom?
A key Bloomberg Media event will go on without the mayor, as the campaign gets serious.
One BBC News journalist who viewed the material said: “I nearly threw up.”