On first Obama trip to China, the message is clear: This is about China's rise, not Obama popularity.
Four generations of women recall China’s decades-long swerve from revolution and trauma to pragmatism and creature comforts.
Dismissed and harassed by local officials, a group of parents seeking redress for what they say are their children's vaccine-related disabilities traveled to the capital in a centuries-old tradition.
Taking children to a developing country takes planning but is rewarding.
China's government only recently began addressing the needs of its 83 million disabled citizens.
China tries to choreograph a happy ending to its troubled international tour.
Diplomatic Security Service helps keep games safe.
The Beijing Games have been dogged with global criticism on everything from censorship to pollution. But Chinese people still see them as their government does: a great coming-out party.