Hong Kong democrats disband party amid China clampdown

Hong Kong has been hit by a China-imposed national security law and overhaul of the electoral system that has largely sidelined democrats from local politics

As Elizabeth Holmes heads to prison for fraud, questions remain about her motives

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - As Elizabeth Holmes prepares to report to prison next week, the criminal case that laid bare the blood-testing scam at the heart of her Theranos startup is entering its final phase.

Avalanche in northern Pakistan kills 11

A nomadic tribe shepherding their goats across a the mountains in northern Pakistan were hit by an avalanche, killing at least 11 and injuring dozens more.

Texas' GOP-held House set for impeachment against Attorney General Ken Paxton

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas' GOP-led House of Representatives was set to hold historic impeachment proceedings against Attorney General Ken Paxton on Saturday as the scandal-plagued Republican called on supporters to protest a vote that could lead to his ouster.

Former US diplomat Henry Kissinger celebrates 100th birthday, still active in global affairs

Former diplomat and presidential advisor Henry Kissinger marks his 100th birthday on Saturday, outlasting many of his political contemporaries who guided the United States through one of its most tumultuous periods including the presidency of Richard Nixon and the Vietnam War.

China 'clean-up' deletes 1.4 million social media posts

Some 1.4 million social media posts have been deleted in China as part of the latest “rectification” campaign overseen by the country’s cyberspace regulator.

Hong Kong denies knowledge about Uyghur student

HONG KONG (AP) - Hong Kong on Saturday criticized rights group Amnesty International's accusation that a Uyghur student disappeared after being interrogated at the airport, and said that government records showed that he had not entered or been refused entry to the city.