Journalist exposes one source of fentanyl crisis; Enes Kanter freedom calls out Yao Ming

Journalist exposes one source of fentanyl crisis; Enes Kanter freedom calls out Yao Ming

Journalist exposes one source of fentanyl crisis; Enes Kanter freedom calls out Yao Ming

There are just two weeks until the Beijing Winter Olympics begin. More star athletes are giving a voice to ongoing concerns about China's human rights. Some defend the nation while others accuse it.

The International Olympic Committee is under fire. A U.S. politician wants to introduce legislation to sanction the head of the organization.

A Chinese group chat from one neighborhood is warning residents not to break lockdown orders. It lists a number of intimidating consequences for violators and advises people to stay at home.

A 10-year investigation exposes a process fueling the U.S. opioid crisis. It involves a laundry list of actors—including casinos, Beijing officials, money laundering, and criminal gangs.

Another European nation is backing Taiwan. Its leaders say the island is the "legitimate successor" of mainland China.