China Thursday released two U.S.-based Chinese scholars convicted of spying. The move comes just days before a visit by Secretary of State Colin Powell.
The International Olympic Committee Friday selected Beijing to host the 2008 summer games.
The last parts of a spy plane that collided with a Chinese fighter three months ago are headed back to the U.S. Tuesday.
A newspaper editor in central China was reportedly fired Friday after publishing stories that exposed alleged government corruption.
A Russian cargo plane arrived at a U.S. air base in Japan, on its way to China to retrieve the damaged U.S. spy plane.
A team of defense contractors is headed to China's Hainan Island to inspect the damaged American spy plane.
Sharp disagreements linger over return of plane, future of surveillance flights.
The 24 detained crew members of the downed U.S. surveillance plane may be headed home from China as early as late Wednesday.
China's ambassador talks about the surveillance plane standoff.
By PBS NewsHour
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