A Newsweek investigation found campaign contributions from known "united front" figures and groups in the New York area.
The pursuit of the most advanced AI—human-like artificial general intelligence—has prompted concerns among experts about potential dangers if it runs amok.
An urgent call by thousands of scientists to pause the development of AI systems is about to expire with organisers saying it hasn't worked
Chinese-made modules in various devices could be quietly gathering data for their creators in Beijing, and lawmakers want the FCC to act.
An investigation by Newsweek identifies hundreds of groups in Britain tied to the Chinese Communist Party. Many work to deepen Beijing's influence worldwide.
At least 115 mutual funds available through the government's retirement plan for federal employees contain shares in sanctioned Chinese companies.
A new study shows U.S. and allied scientists are helping China's military as it strives to build an army that cannot be defeated.
China's international efforts to achieve pre-eminence are often going unnoticed around the World. Newsweek set out to uncover them.
China has extensive economic interests abroad and is seeking a global military presence to protect them and to project power - including in the South Pacific.
The 25-year-old Chinese student was arrested and charged with stalking over alleged threats against someone who had called for democracy in China.
A new report from a human rights organization says more than 100 Chinese "police stations" have been set up around the world, some of them with local help.
Amid COVID protests, the totalitarian state is trying to choke dissent on U.S. soil through surveillance, intimidation and even violence, a Newsweek investigation reveals
Chinese stakes in nearly 100 world ports raise questions over growing commercial and digital control, and opportunities for espionage and military activity
Israel is trying to manage a tricky balance between pleasing its ally, the U.S., without throttling lucrative technology deals with China.
Attempts by Beijing to sow unrest ahead of the U.S. election are just a small part of a concerted effort by China to expand its political and economic influence across America.