Lawmakers delay second reading on proposed law that would allow extradition to China, which has angered Hong Kongers fearing erosion of basic freedoms under Chinese rule.
The US is worried that the amendments could damage Hong Kong's business environment and subject American citizens residing in or visiting Hong Kong to China's capricious judicial system
Human rights groups believe several hundred to several thousand people were killed when tanks rolled through Tiananmen Square to squelch demonstrations.
Ambassador Robert Strayer, deputy assistant secretary of state for cyber and international communications and information policy, speaks with VOA about US 5G policy and security concerns over Huawei.
US Secretary of State says Washington’s decision to end Iran oil waivers to China will not have negative impact on the latest trade talks between world’s two leading economies.
Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Resources Francis Fannon says the US, the world's biggest producer, is a 'natural option' to supply oil.
Aside from violations in Venezuela and Iran, the report cites China for Uighur detentions, but critics say it neglects the abuse of women's reproductive rights.
US secretary of state optimistic a deal can be reached to end trade spat with China that has hurt US farmers, but analysts are skeptical.
President Trump warns that much like talks with North Korea, he will walk away from a deal if it's not a good one.
Bipartisan senators have been pushing for creation of White House office to fight China's technology theft and defend critical supply chains.
Mike Pence focused publicly Wednesday on issues other than trade at meetings with Asian leaders in Singapore.
Ahead of trip to Asia by Vice President Pence, US defense chief, secretary of state meet with Chinese counterparts in Washington.
Statement comes as North and South Korea get set to open joint liaison office Friday aimed at fostering cross-border communications and relations.
Taiwan announces contributions to finance demining operations in Syria and Iraq.
US top diplomat says Washington's move guided by need to build 'partnerships,' not 'raw economic self-interest'.
Airlines, retailers and hoteliers all have been pressured to alter products and promotions that offended Beijing.
US secretary of state travels to North Korea for a second time within weeks; experts said summit negotiations 'reached a critical juncture'.
US Ambassador to Japan William Hagerty says Washington also wants to see Korean Peninsula free of all nuclear, chemical, biological weapons.
While visit comes days after President Donald Trump signed legislation that encourages US officials to travel to Taiwan to meet their counterparts and vice versa, State Department says visit 'has been planned for some time'.
US Secretary of State Tillerson says passengers on commercial flight could see North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile flying through the sky.