New York City is struggling to accommodate nearly 100,000 migrants seeking asylum in the United States, and the situation is having an impact beyond the city.
At least 21 people have been killed and six are missing after a flash flood and landslides triggered by heavy rain struck Weiziping village in the outskirts of Xi'an.
Measures have been taken to limit flooding in Tianjin and the northeastern provinces of Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang after Typhoon Khanun made landfall in Liaoning on Friday, the Ministry of Emergency Management said on Sunday.
Some towns in Yancheng, East China’s Jiangsu Province, were hit by a tornado on Sunday afternoon. The tornado took two lives and injured 15 people, according to the local authorities.
Chinatowns across the United States are being irrevocably changed by large-scale building developments, gentrification and rent rises that threaten to dim the culture that made the areas vibrant, displacing long-standing residents.
Pudong district police in Shanghai have detained a group of 108 people suspected of using fabricated educational background materials and resumes to secure job interviews, which led to them receiving job opportunities at multiple companies at the same time.
China's corruption watchdog has probed 176 hospital heads over the past few weeks during a "sweeping, more vigorous than ever" anti-corruption campaign in the healthcare sector, which experts said aims to eradicate corruption in the field and restore public trust in the healthcare system.
Despite rising numbers of people on social media claiming to have been infected with COVID-19 for a third time recently, experts have said that those reinfected most likely only had mild symptoms.
People who have caught COVID-19 recently — some of them being infected for the third time since last December — often experience mild or negligible symptoms, medical experts said.
As of Thursday, the recent heavy rainstorms have affected 3.88 million people in 110 counties and districts in Hebei province and resulted in 95.81 billion yuan ($13.25 billion) in direct economic losses.
As of Thursday, 29 people were killed and another 16 people were still missing in disasters triggered by torrential rains in Hebei, according to data released in the news conference on Thursday morning.
More college graduates are choosing to return to their home provinces to work rather than stay in first-tier cities, according to a new report.
Billions of yuan in disaster relief funding for rebuilding areas in Henan province hit by catastrophic flooding in 2021 have been misappropriated or inefficiently utilized, according to a governmental audit.
With the annual number of newborns in China projected to continue falling, medical experts have called for measures to boost female fertility, such as stepping up research into the issue, developing more assisted-reproduction tools and improving awareness about reproductive health.
Plans have been laid out for high-speed maglev train tracks, designed to accommodate speeds of 650 kilometers per hour, to connect Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, with Shenzhen and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
An extremely rare fish species in Northwest China's Qinghai Province, Pareuchiloglanis gracilicaudata, was rediscovered in the Lancang R。iver in early August.
At least 36 people have died after wildfires, fanned by winds from a faraway hurricane, devastated much of the resort city of Lahaina on Hawaii's Maui island, amid extreme weather conditions experienced across the globe.
Senior Chinese cybersecurity police officers said on Thursday that strengthened efforts are being made to combat sources of personal information infringement involving the use of the latest technologies such as artificial intelligence and cloud computing.
As floodwaters subside in Northeast China, farmers in the country's "rice kingdom" are worried profits from this year's harvest are disappearing with them.
A teacher in Jiujiang, Jiangxi province, has been found not guilty of insulting and abusing a student, who later jumped to his death with a suicide note on his body.
Beijing has outlined a post-disaster reconstruction plan, aiming to achieve basic recovery in one year and comprehensive improvement in its response capacity in three years as well as long-term sustainable development.
The Chinese mainland reported 491 confirmed monkeypox infections in July, compared with 106 cases in June, according to data released by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday.
Shanghai police are using a new system to track suspects of financial crimes who have fled overseas, by using information sharing and joint investigations.
More college graduates have chosen to return to their hometowns to work rather than staying in first-tier cities, according to a new report.
The country's top anti-graft bodies have reiterated their pledge to pursue fugitives overseas and recover stolen assets through deepening international cooperation and using law-based methods.
A flexible cross-border travel program, jointly launched by China Railway Guangzhou Group and its counterpart in Hong Kong, will soon take effect, aiming to further boost connectivity between the special administrative region and the Chinese mainland.
So far, at least 155 heads of hospitals have been investigated, proof of the central leadership's determination to root out corruption in this sector.
Seven people died and four were rescued from a sudden surge of river water at a popular tourist spot in Ya'an, Sichuan province, on Wednesday morning, according to China Central Television.
Beijing outlined the city's plans for post-disaster recovery and long-term development in response to the devastating typhoon-induced flooding, at a news conference on Wednesday in Beijing.
China began to lay tracks for the first railway linking the border city with Vietnam in South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, according to China Railway Nanning Group on Wednesday.