The pro-democracy activists have called for Leung’s resignation and for Beijing to make good on a long-standing promise for an open election to find his replacement.
The case of a Belgian man who sees himself as a threat to society — and wants to die — is putting new focus on Belgium’s health care and justice system, as well as its laws allowing euthanasia.
Germany’s foreign minister said his government’s decision to ask the CIA station chief in Berlin to leave was inevitable given recent allegations of spying, but he said he wants to renew the friendship between the two countries based on an “honest foundation.”
Eli Wallach, whose acting work ranged from Westerns to the Godfather series and beyond, has died. For decades, Wallach won fans by bringing humanity and humor to roles that pit him as a villain against titans such as Clint Eastwood and Steve McQueen.
Just hours after another school shooting left two dead and one injured, President Obama was asked what he’s going to do about these kinds of incidents.
A coordinated attack on an outdoor market in northwest China has left 31 people dead and dozens wounded, prompting promises of a vigorous government response. Bombs and cars were used to inflict damage on people at the market.
China says U.S. charges against five Chinese military officials for allegedly hacking into American computers amount to hypocrisy, citing U.S. surveillance and wiretapping.
Apple has announced that its suppliers are no longer using the mineral tantalum sourced from conflict regions.
As feared, the number of confirmed deaths in the Philippines from Typhoon Haiyan continues to rise as authorities search through destroyed buildings and as they reach remote areas that were devastated when the storm blew through on Nov. 8.
An intense, week-long search for teenager Hannah Anderson and her alleged abductor ended in the Idaho wilderness when police shot and killed the suspect and rescued the girl.