The top anti-graft body of the Communist Party of China (CPC) said Monday that 5,419 officials were punished for violating Party austerity rules in August.
A new rule on Sina Weibo, China's leading microblog service, caused a stir among its users and put a spotlight on internet platforms' competition for user-generated content.
Two travelers who smuggled worked ivory were convicted at a court in China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) on Monday.
Domestic violence has turned out to be a major reason why couples divorced in Beijing in the last three years, a Beijing court said.
China is revising its anti-monopoly law, the first such move since the legislation took effect 10 years ago. The draft by NDRC will be submitted for review next month, according to an official from the country's top economic planner.
China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) Thursday announced new measures to better protect citizens' rights to institute litigation against the government.
China has made progress in fighting so-called zombie companies and in handling bankruptcy disputes over the past few years, especially since an online platform was launched and more specialized tribunals were added, according to the country's top court.
China attaches great importance to advancing the rule of law and is willing to strengthen judicial cooperation with other countries, according to President Xi Jinping.