Teachers say the government tried to cancel their civil service status as they approach retirement.
The elderly man opposed a sell-off of valuable land by an outgoing village leader.
Liu Shasha has been incommunicado for days after being detained by state security police last week, her supporters say.
Genuine judicial independence can't take place without full-scale reform, they say.
Lawyers for three activists say authorities refused to give them a fair hearing.
State-run television airs footage of the handcuffed reporter saying he took bribes.
Analysts say the campaign is unlikely to be exhaustive, however.
The fallen Chinese political star's life sentence is confirmed.
Her lawyer and husband say she was framed by local judicial officials.
Media outlets are banned from writing about the incident.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party should listen to the voices of its own citizens, they say.
The New Express calls on police to make evidence against its reporter public or let him go.
Many say they have no food to eat after being laid off a decade ago.
Lawyers say more victims may yet come forward.
China is stepping up obstruction of critical reporting outside its borders.
Wang Gongquan is charged with public order offenses after sending tweets in support of an anti-corruption movement.
Villagers in Shantou say they have still had no official response on the sell-off of their valuable farmland for development.
The lawyers are barred after they refuse to submit to body searches that are banned under current judicial guidelines.
Activists call on the ruling Chinese Communist Party to restore the reputation of late former leader Zhao Ziyang.
Ji Jianye's aggressive approach to urban development earned him the nickname 'Mayor Bulldozer.'
Dong Rubin is barred from meeting his lawyer.
The move draws criticism online as China's leadership tries to shore up its public image amid social unrest.
Liu Shasha's husband says he fears the authorities may refuse to release her.
His lawyer and supporters say the sentence is unjust.
They accuse the government of leaving them without help in the wake of Typhoon Fitow.
The guidelines are a step backwards to the bad old days of anti-AIDS propaganda, they say.
At least five people are injured after police fire shots at an angry crowd outside a migrant-run hotel.
Officials say their town has been designated a 'self-help' disaster zone.
The former primary schoolteacher admits all charges against him, lawyers and parents say.
Former Modern Express reporter Liu Hu is being held on suspicion of 'libel.'