China Might Stop Eating Dogs and Cats

CHINA-A report today in the U.K’s Guardian newspaper claims the Chinese government is finally moving towards banning the consumption of dog meat by humans.  This comes after scenes of disturbing cruelty and

AP: China convicts researchers involved in gene-edited babies

Three researchers involved in the births of genetically edited babies have been convicted and sentenced by a Chinese court for practicing medicine illegally. (Dec. 30) Subscribe for more Breaking News: Website:

AP: Trump says US, China have reached deal

President Donald Trump says the U.S. has canceled plans to impose new tariffs on $160 billion worth of Chinese imports as part of a modest interim agreement that de-escalates a 17-month trade

AP: AP honors reporter killed in 1951 in China

Y.C. Jao was Chinese correspondent working for AP in 1949. Jao’s passion for journalism led to his death. Chinese authorities ordered his execution in April 1951. They accused Jao of counterrevolutionary activities,

AP: ‘Les Mis’ performance breaks Hong Kong hearts

A Hong Kong theater troupe is making audiences weep by touring a stirring production of “Les Miserables.” (Dec. 11) Subscribe for more Breaking News: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Google+:

AP: Impeachment shadowing Trump to NATO summit

President Donald Trump has barreled into a NATO summit in London, slamming Democrats at home as “unpatriotic” for holding an impeachment hearing while he is away. Trump is playing down the impact

AP: AP Top Stories December 2 A

Here’s the latest for Monday December 2nd: White House refuses to participate in Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings; China suspends US Navy visits to Hong Kong; Fatal plane crash in San Antonio; Winter

AP: AP Top Stories November 28 P

Here’s the latest for Thursday, November 28th: Trump visits troops in Afghanistan; Thanksgiving rally to celebrate U.S. in Hong Kong; Texas chemical plant fire continues to burn and officials set curfew; Annual

AP: Thousands rally in Hong Kong to thank US

Waving U.S. flags, thousands rallied in central Hong Kong to thank the United States for passing two Hong Kong laws supporting human rights in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. (Nov. 28) Subscribe for