More than 1,000 Chinese and overseas companies in the auto industry are involved in anti-monopoly investigations.
A host of political twists following the "cultural revolution" (1966-76) are revealed in a TV series commemorating the life of late top leader Deng Xiaoping.
China has sent three teams of experts to Ebola-affected West African countries to help fight the deadly virus.
China's first lady, Peng Liyuan, was in Beidaihe, Hebei province, on Friday, to attend the opening ceremony of a summer camp for AIDS orphans.
The Red Cross society of China has shifted focus from search and rescue to post-disaster reconstruction in the quake hit Ludian county.
The Chinese government has excluded apple products from a list of products that can be purchased with public money over security concerns.
The Shaolin Temple in Henan province is to develop a new line of kung fu-themed video games to expand its influence among younger audiences.
The Jiangsu provincial epidemic prevention agency is urging the public not to worry about the Ebola virus during the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games.
Top leaders have told rescuers to race against time to save lives and do their best to resettle survivors following the earthquake in Yunnan province.
Venom from a scorpion native to Cuba, Rophalorus junceus, is being used by scientists as an effective weapon against cancer.
A US doctor infected with the Ebola virus in Africa was able to walk from an ambulance into an Atlanta hospital on Saturday .
At least 381 people were killed and more than 1,800 injured by a strong earthquake that jolted Southwest China's Yunnan province on Sunday afternoon.