In the final days of a close US presidential race, both candidates have been battling intensively in swing states, particularly Ohio.
The Central Committee of the CPC concluded a four-day plenum on Sunday, approving a political report to be unveiled at the Party's national congress.
Russia, China and other countries back a move to place the Internet under the authority of the International Telecommunications Union.
Dozens of "Info Ladies" bike into remote Bangladeshi villages with laptops and Internet connections, helping tens of thousands of people.
With less than one week until Election Day in the United States, Chinese-Americans are being urged to cast ballots in the presidential race.
Yoshikazu Kato, one of the best-known Japanese columnists in China, has apologized to Chinese readers that he exaggerated his educational background.
The North Sea Fleet of the People's Liberation Army Navy has completed a military exercise in western areas of the Pacific Ocean.
If you want to be on time for an important meeting or a date in a crowded city like Beijing, it's wise to leave home early.
Both domestic and international automobile manufacturers will face fines of 50,000 to 200,000 yuan if they fail to submit recall reports.
With shiny new diamond-encrusted rings on their fingers, the Miami Heat began their NBA title defense in confident fashion Tuesday with a 120-107 win over Eastern Conference rivals the Boston Celtics.
Flights from China to the northeastern United States were canceled and at least two tourist groups were left stranded by Hurricane Sandy on Tuesday.
Due to the cold snap, some areas in the northern part of the country - such as Beijing, Shenyang - will turn on their public heating systems ahead of schedule.