Burma Road: China's path to influence in Myanmar
How Myanmar is working to wriggle itself free from the "empire next door."
Frontier Economy: With a boom on the line, Yangon's workers fight for rights
The right to organize is a new freedom in Myanmar, but there are strings attached. As investors eye the country's manufacturing sector, there is little interest in becoming the next Bangladesh.
Irrawaddy Delta: Finding cause for optimism in the wake of Cyclone Nargis
Five years after Nargis, Myanmar's Delta is slowly building the health care system it never had before.
Lo Hsing Han, Myanmar's 'Godfather of Heroin,' dies aged 80
Lo Hsing Han, a major drug trafficker since the 1970s, was targeted by the US Treasury with sanctions from 2008 and labelled a key operative of the Myanmar regime.
Irrawaddy Delta: Five years after Cyclone Nargis
One of the deadliest cyclones of all time, Nargis exposed Myanmar's extreme lack of infrastructure, killing an estimated 140,000 people. The Delta still hasn't recovered.
Inle Lake: An environmental catastrophe with government nowhere to be found
One of Myanmar's treasured natural features is rapidly deteriorating due to a confluence of forces.
World Refugee Day 2013: 'Needs of these people are overwhelming'
The world's refugee population is on the incline with a staggering 45.2 million people displaced from their homes.
Burma to auction off two mobile phone licenses in largely offline country
As Burma continues to expand political and economic reforms, mobile providers are scrambling to win their share of the market.
Why Myanmar's hardline Buddhists are fans of the English Defence League
Myanmar's Buddhist 969 movement and the nationalistic English Defence League are united by their provocative tactics and shared hatred of Islam.
Myanmar minister backs Rohingya two-child limit
Immigration Minister Khin Yi becomes the most senior official in Myanmar to defend the controversial two-child policy, claiming it will "benefit the [Rohingya] women."
Myanmar speaker Shwe Mann to run for president in 2015
Bid by parliamentary speaker Shwe Mann could see him up against opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi in 2015.
Aung San Suu Kyi talks presidency, poverty and rule of law at World Economic Forum
Three years into government reform, Suu Kyi says it's time for Myanmar to see results.
Aung Sang Suu Kyi announces intent to make presidential run
Myanmar political icon announces she hopes to plan for presidential run at the World Economic Forum in Naypyidaw.
Myanmar sectarian violence spills across Malaysian border
Religious violence in Myanmar may have spilled over into Malaysia, with four killings in recent days suspected to be linked to tensions between Muslims and Buddhists.
Correspondent Patrick Winn tackles questions on Myanmar
Winn invited questions about Myanmar in a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" session, where he discussed religious violence, refugee camps and the hardships of trying to report on sensitive issues.
Southeast Asian leaders converge on Myanmar for World Economic Forum on East Asia
Delegates from 55 countries and powerful firms Pepsi, General Electric, Mitsubishi, Tata and Chevron powwow for the forum's East Asia summit.
Myanmar army keeps peace in eastern Shan state amid deadly religious violence
Myanmar security forces maintained a heavy presence in the northeast city of Lashio on Thursday after a fresh outbreak of religious violence that left one dead.
Buddhist mob attacks Muslim buildings in Myanmar (VIDEO)
Clashes between Muslims and Buddhists continued for a second day on Wednesday in the northern city of Lashio, state media reports.
Woman is set on fire, sparking unrest in Myanmar
Allegations that a Buddhist woman was torched by a Muslim man have provoked religious violence in Myanmar.
Suu Kyi condemns Myanmar Rohingya two-child limit policy
Opposition leader and democracy activists Aung San Suu Kyi said Myanmar's two-child limit on Rohingya Muslims "is not in line with human rights."
Japan forgives Myanmar debt, offers investment and aid
Japan forgave about $1.7 billion in Myanmar debt and offered to extend aid and support a Japanese developed industrial zone in Yangon.
Muslims given a two-child limit in Myanmar's Rakhine state
Rakhine state imposes a two-child limit on the local Rohingya population, claiming the measure will help defuse clashes with local Buddhists.
Myanmar jails 7 Muslims for attacks on Buddhist monk
The arrests come as Myanmar's president met with Obama in Washington to assure the White House about its work towards democracy.
Chatter: Mile-wide tornado rips through Oklahoma
Nearly 100 feared dead in Oklahoma; the US has started saying 'Myanmar' over 'Burma'; and pose with a toilet to get hitched in India.
Myanmar President Thein Sein makes historic visit to White House
President Obama met with Myanmar president Thein Sein on Monday amid criticism the White House is being too friendly with the former Western pariah.
Chatter: North Korea fires 6th missile in 3 days
Bluster on the Korean Peninsula, Myanmar's head of state makes the trek to Washington, and a Filipino kid has 41 names. They're all his.
Cyclone Mahasen strikes Bangladesh, killing as many as 12
Cyclone Mahasen touched down in Bangladesh on Thursday, killing as many as 12 and sending thousands to emergency shelters.
Displaced Rohingya and Bangladesh fisherman ready for Cyclone Mahasen
Bangladesh and Myanmar continue to evacuate hundreds of thousands living in low-lying costal areas ahead of Cyclone Mahasen's expected landfall Friday morning.
Bangladesh and Myanmar brace for Cyclone Mahasen (PHOTOS)
Cyclone Mahasen, now heading over the Bay of Bengal, is expected to make landfall on Friday morning north of the Bangladeshi city of Chittagong.
Boat with at least 100 Rohingya sinks off Myanmar coast as cyclone nears
A boat carrying between 100 to 200 Rohingya capsized late Monday off Myanmar's coast during a mass evacuation ahead of Cyclone Mahasen.
Thein Sein: Myanmar president to make historic visit to US
The visit would mark the first to the United States by a Myanmar head of state in 47 years.