Articles by Mooney, Paul
Company feared going public with information as thousands of children were sickened.
Those who hoped the games would soften China's repressive behavior have been disappointed.
With the eyes of the world on Beijing, China imposes obsessive security measures around the games.
Manufacturers increasingly are under pressure to increase pay and benefits to attract young Chinese.
Many factories close as China tires of being the world's junk maker.
The leadership gives media unusual freedom.
China's leaders see the Olympic Games as an opportunity to dazzle the world
Much of the news about human-rights abuses in China emerged from the living room of Hu Jia.