Participants of Chinese pro-democracy protests of June 4, 1989, and their supporters who watched events unfold on TV share their recollections.
Jailed human rights advocate had sought to be moved abroad for cancer treatment.
Court documents accuse Yu Shiwen of causing public disorder by giving interview about a private June 4 memorial he held with friends last year.
Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters say unexpected mention at Oscars lifts spirits.
Investigations very likely to include China Power International Development, which is headed by Li Xiaolin, daughter of former Chinese premier.
ABC News show sheds light on problems with EB-5 program, in which foreigners can get US residency in exchange for $500,000 in investments.