Washington issued new entry rules for Chinese Communist Party members traveling to the United States, the New York Times reported Thursday, citing the State Department.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said she has “piles of cash” at home as she has no bank account after the United States slapped sanctions on her in response to a draconian security law China imposed on the city.
Joe Biden, the oldest person ever to win the US presidency, will celebrate his 78th birthday on Friday.
President Donald Trump appeared accidentally to admit his election defeat in a tweet on Sunday morning — before reversing course to claim he won, and once again push unsubstantiated claims of mass fraud in the vote.
US President Donald Trump on Wednesday declared his Covid-19 illness a “blessing from God,” as he got back to work in the Oval Office despite warnings that his return could put others at risk.
US President Donald Trump sparked an angry backlash from the medical community Sunday with a protocol-breaking visit to his supporters outside the hospital where he is being treated for the highly-infectious, potentially deadly new coronavirus.
North Korea on Sunday warned the South Korean navy to stop crossing into its territorial waters as ships search for the body of a Seoul official shot dead at sea by Pyongyang’s soldiers.
Washington’s top diplomat urged Southeast Asia on Thursday to cut ties with Chinese companies helping build islands in the South China Sea, weeks after the US blacklisted two dozen firms working in the disputed waters.
China accused the US of becoming “the biggest driver of militarization” in the contested South China Sea, as tensions between Washington and Beijing look set to swamp a regional Asian summit.
Several American senators on Tuesday vowed to support the cooperation between Manila and Washington on counterterrorism in the wake of the bombings in Jolo, Sulu that killed 14 and injured nearly 80 on Monday.
Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe warned his US counterpart in a phone call Thursday to avoid firing up bilateral tensions, a day after Washington angered Beijing by announcing it would send a senior official to visit Taiwan.
China accused “certain countries” of spreading disinformation in a video call Friday with Russia, as the two nations sought a closer alliance while relations continue to deteriorate between Beijing and Washington.
President Donald Trump told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Thursday that he hopes to avoid an “expensive” US arms race with Russia and China, the White House said.
The Kremlin on Thursday denied claims by Britain that “Russian actors” sought to meddle in last year’s general election and that Russian intelligence services most likely hacked coronavirus vaccine research.
US President Donald Trump on Friday signed an executive order pledging to enforce prosecution for protesters who vandalize public memorials, as he announced he was skipping a weekend at his New Jersey golf resort to ensure “LAW & ORDER” in Washington.
US House lawmakers made history Friday by voting for Washington to become the nation’s 51st state, but the move, a push for equal voting rights for the capital’s residents, is doomed in the Senate.
The Pentagon has published a list of 20 Chinese companies it says are backed by the military, in the latest instance of a running tit-for-tat economic battle between Washington and Beijing.
President Donald Trump delivered a strong warning Tuesday to protestors in Washington, vowing to use force if they tried to create a police-free “autonomous zone” in the US capital.
Security issues in the disputed South China Sea helped convince the Philippines to delay quitting a key US military pact, the nation’s envoy to Washington said Wednesday.
The United States on Wednesday revoked Hong Kong’s special status under US law, opening the way to strip trading privileges for the financial hub as Washington accused China of trampling on the territory’s autonomy.
China on Friday issued a statement calling on all UN member states to “actively fulfill their financial obligations to the United Nations,” stressing that Washington owes the organization more than $2 billion.
China hit back Wednesday at US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo over his claims that the coronavirus originated in a laboratory in Wuhan, saying he “doesn’t have any” evidence.
Germany’s health minister said developing a vaccine for the coronavirus could take “years”, after Donald Trump predicted it could be achieved by the end of 2020.