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  • Fed agency blames giant hack on 'neglected' security system

    The agency that allowed hackers linked to China to steal private information about nearly every federal employee — and detailed personal histories of millions with security clearances — failed for years to take basic steps to secure its...
  • Awkward: Shanghai Film Festival yanks Japanese film, urges S. Koreans to stay home

    Awkward: Shanghai Film Festival yanks Japanese film, urges S. Koreans to stay home
    Days before its opening, the Shanghai International Film Festival has awkwardly had to yank a Japanese movie from its lineup and has urged South Korean filmmakers not to attend amid fears about the MERS virus. Organizers pulled a Japanese animated film,...
  • Boss of Chinese securities firm removed in graft probe

    The chairman of a state-owned Chinese securities firm has been fired after investigators found he padded his expenses and spent public money to publish his poetry, the country's top discipline body said Wednesday. The announcement appeared to reflect...
  • Hong Kong nears crucial election decision; defeat likely

    Hong Kong nears crucial election decision; defeat likely
    Hong Kong is bracing for a critical vote by lawmakers on Beijing-backed election reforms that sparked huge street protests last year, with the outcome likely to throw its political future into further uncertainty. Lawmakers began a debate Wednesday on...
  • Jackie Chan, Mike Tyson help kick off Shanghai Film Festival

    Jackie Chan, Mike Tyson help kick off Shanghai Film Festival
    Jackie Chan, Mike Tyson and Fan Bingbing walked the red carpet Saturday night as a somewhat subdued Shanghai International Film Festival got underway in China’s bustling commercial capital. Concerns about the outbreak of MERS in South Korea and...
  • Burbank software firm aims to get China, U.S. filmmakers on same page -- literally

    Cooperation and interchange between Hollywood and China is on the rise, but getting on the same page isn’t always easy. While L.A.-based writers and producers typically use specialized software such as Final Draft or Movie Magic to write scripts,...
  • From Country Club Hills to China

    From Country Club Hills to China
    So far, Kyle Walker knows this much: To create symbols from the Mandarin Chinese Pinyin Chart you must work from right to left and from inside to out. The 17-year-old Marian Catholic High School senior expects to know a lot more when he returns to...
  • China voices regret over Hong Kong electoral plan defeat

    China on Thursday expressed regret over the defeat of Hong Kong's controversial Beijing-backed electoral plans, saying the result of the vote was something it was "unwilling to see." Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang reiterated Beijing's support for the...
  • US wonders: Why stolen data on federal workers not for sale?

    The Obama administration is increasingly confident that China's government, not criminal hackers, was responsible for the extraordinary theft of personal information about as many as 14 million current and former federal employees and others, The...
  • Former UN climate chief sees agreement in Paris talks

    A former U.N. climate chief expressed confidence Thursday that global climate talks in Paris later this year will produce an agreement, putting the world on track to begin the process of limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius. Yvo de Boer, now head...
  • Will China finally fulfill Nicaragua's dream of an inter-ocean canal?

    SAN MIGUELITO, Nicaragua Colossal. Mammoth. Vast. There's almost no other way to describe the proposal to build a 170-mile, inter-oceanic canal across Nicaragua, and while the plan has been greeted with widespread skepticism, powerful global forces may...