A national security source says recent social media posts which claim the government is planning to allow 100,000 Indian migrant workers into Taiwan is part of China's cognitive warfare.
The two opposition parties KMT and TPP have named their vice presidential candidates, marking the breakdown of months-long efforts for a blue and white-camp alliance.
Taiwan's official unemployment rate declined by 0.21 percentage points in October to 3.43% compared to the same month in 2022.
The Taiwan People's Party has released its legislator-at-large nominees for January's elections.
Lawmakers have approved amendments to the Highway Act, which aims to put pedestrians first when it comes to transport design.
The DPP's presidential candidate Lai Ching-te has named Taiwan's top diplomat in the United States, Hsiao Bi-khim as his running mate for January's election.
Lawmakers have passed a bill allowing courts to issue restraining orders to prevent the dissemination of explicit images.
Taiwan People's Party Chairman Ko Wen-je is hinting at a collapse of plans to field a joint presidential election ticket with the KMT.