More than 2.1 million online animated videos and games featuring popular children's characters in sexual or violent scenarios have been deleted as part of a campaign targeting companies registered in Beijing, local authorities said on April 3.
Beijing's top lawmaking body considered new regulations on Thursday that were designed to strengthen the management of shared bicycles.
The number of contract disputes involving online shopping rose sharply between 2015 and 2017, according to a report released by China's top court on Wednesday.
Unlicensed drivers, drunken drivers and drivers using mobile phones are the three major causes of traffic accidents in China, with rural roads being the most dangerous, a report released by the top court said on March 28.
The Beijing High People's Court on Wednesday upheld an original judgment against 85 defendants convicted of fraud.
The country's top legislator called for better study and implementation of the newly adopted Constitution to make the fundamental law "alive" in society on March 27.
Chinese police will punish delivery drivers for serious traffic violations, as the sector's boom in recent year has lead to many accidents blamed on their risk-taking actions.
Senior medics and administrators at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province, have been punished after an investigation found they had forged records to make fraudulent insurance claims.