Living with China's strict COVID-19 measures; US invites Taiwan to democracy summit, irks China

Living with China's strict COVID-19 measures; US invites Taiwan to democracy summit, irks China

Living with China's strict COVID-19 measures; US invites Taiwan to democracy summit, irks China

Chinese health authorities are welding people's doors shut, locking people inside with steel chains, and lining hallways with barbed wire. The tactics seek to block people from leaving their homes. Beijing's zero-COVID policy is an effort to completely eliminate the virus from inside Chinese borders. We look at what it really means for Chinese citizens.

For the first time in decades, Taiwan will join talks with more than 100 countries as ITSELF--not as part of China. The U.S. invited the self-ruled island to its "Summit for Democracy."

JPMorgan CEO cracks a joke, that his bank will outlast China's Communist Party. But Beijing may not be so amused.

And China sends out a flurry of "proof of life" videos amid global outcry for a Chinese tennis star. But the clips have done little to ease concerns. We hear more from a former U.S. Senator on what’s going on.