China appears have made a key step forward in resolving a longstanding bilateral dispute, but sources say a broader review of work done by China-based auditors is still going on.
FBI director Christopher Wray told lawmakers in Washington on Tuesday the Chinese government could harness the video-sharing app to influence users or control their devices.
China confirmed this week that a Long March rocket broke up on Saturday and left debris in an orbit close to SpaceX satellites used by Elon Musk's Starlink internet company
Demand for electric vehicles is strong in the United States, but Consumer Reports says they are a 'problematic' sector of the market
FTX founder and former chief executive Sam Bankman-Fried, said he expanded his business too fast and failed to notice signs of trouble at the exchange
Indonesia's Just Energy Transition Partnership, which was announced by the US, Japan and partners on Tuesday, plans to bring forward Jakarta's peak emissions by seven years to 2030
The International Energy Agency says the challenge to slash CO2 emissions from coal to avoid severe impacts from climate change will be most challenging for countries like China.
Canadian police say an employee who worked on batteries for Hydro-Quebec's electrification and energy centre 'was a Chinese spy' who relayed tech on electric vehicles to his homeland
TSMC shares jumped after Berkshire Hathaway disclosed in a filing that it owns about 60.1 million American depositary shares of the Taiwanese chipmaker
The White House said before the meeting it was unlikely to produce a joint statement, as relations between the two sides are at their lowest in decades
A total of 290,086 Chinese students came to the US in the 2021 - 2022 academic year, half of whom studied "STEM" subjects, SCMP said