June 15th, 2012
05:11 PM ET

Gordan Chang on top Chinese official accused of spying for Washington: China's has thousands of spies in the U.S.

Sources tell Reuters a Chinese state-security official has been arrested on allegations of spying for the U.S. He was said to have been working as an aide to a Chinese vice minister, but was actually working for the CIA for years. He may have also compromised China’s spy operations in the U.S.

How important was he to the U.S.?


Filed under: China • National Security
June 15th, 2012
03:42 PM ET

Obama policy puts the brakes on deporting young illegal immigrants: "It's the right thing to do"

Pres. Barack Obama announced Friday a change in U.S. immigration policy. The U.S. will no longer deport some young illegal immigrants. FULL POST

Filed under: International • Law • News • Politics
June 15th, 2012
11:59 AM ET

Outer Circle: Outrage over forced abortion in China

We start in China where evidence of a forced late-term abortion is sparking international condemnation and outrage.

The abortion was forced upon a woman whose family could not pay the $6,300 fine for violating China's one-child policy. She was seven months pregnant.

Eunice Joon is in Beijing. We asked her how people in China are reacting to this story. FULL POST

Filed under: China • OuterCircle
June 15th, 2012
11:34 AM ET

The Number: Auctioning the mother of all Apple computers

CNN's Erin Burnett reveals the surprising similarities between the apple computer you buy now and the first ones ever sold.


Filed under: The Number
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