Obama Appeals to Public About 'Fiscal Cliff'
President Barack Obama is campaigning again, this time for his plan to deal with a potential fiscal crisis.
World AIDS Day 2012 More Hopeful Than in Past
The United States has announced a plan to significantly reduce the global spread of AIDS. Advances in research and treatment of the disease ...
Women Helping Women Deal with HIV
Young, pregnant and HIV positive. It’s a situation many women in sub-Saharan Africa found themselves in during the course of the AIDS ...
UNICEF Ambassador Tells Tragic Congo Tale
Since the 1990s, armed groups have come and gone in the eastern DRC, leaving human tragedy in their wake. Millions have died and many thousa...
Astronauts Criticize US Space Program
NASA Astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt explored the surface of the moon during the Apollo 17 mission in 1972, the last time anyo...
New Documentary Shows How Islam Empowers Women
A growing number of women in Islamic countries have turned in recent years to serious study of their religion: memorizing the Quran, learnin...
Saudi Arabia's Pre-Islamic History Revealed
The mention of Saudi Arabia often leads people to envision an oil-rich, nearly-empty desert where Islam originated.
Zimbabwean Songwriter Fights HIV
A Zimbabwean teenager has released a song called "Getting to Zero" as part of his efforts to fight the spread of HIV in his country. The ti...
Slow Progress on Curbing Deforestation Expected at Climate Conference
At the U.N. climate summit in Doha, environmental activists are urging participating countries to think big about how to control deforestati...
Kaman Muslims Raise Concerns of Wider Conflict
Communal fighting in Burma's western Rakhine State has focused on the plight of the Rohingya, a persecuted and stateless Muslim minority. ...
US Business Leaders Press Congress for Debt Deal
Business leaders are pressing Congress for action, and the White House summoned ordinary Americans as Washington heads toward steep automati...
Rivals Battle for Tunisia's Future as Anniversary Approaches
Tunisia has just marked its one-year anniversary since its first free elections - and will soon celebrate the second anniversary of the upri...
As Rebels Exit Goma, New Concerns Arise Over Insecurity
As M23 rebels begin to withdraw from the city of Goma in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, there are fears their exit will leave beh...
Soweto Shows Uneven Development After 18 Years of Democracy
The township of Soweto, a symbol of the struggles against racial discrimination in South Africa, has changed. Eighteen years after Nelson Ma...
Chinese Tourism to US Growing
In the past several years, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of tourists from China visiting the United States. They have he...
More Afghan Opium May Mean More Pakistani AddictsMore Afghan Opium May Mean More Pakistani Addicts
In addition to economic challenges and insurgent violence, analysts say Pakistan is facing a growing drug problem that is likely to worsen a...
Violence Forces Burmese Muslims Out of Kyaukphyu
During Burma's communal violence in Rakhine state in October, an entire Muslim neighborhood burned to the ground in Kyauk Phyu, a coastal t...
[中英对照] Easing Burma Sanctions Draws Interest of US Business
The United States is looking to increase business with Burma following President Barack Obama's historic visit and the easing of economic s...
New Report Outlines Strategy for HIV/AIDS
New Report Outlines Strategy for HIV/AIDS
Media-Savvy Militants Lure Foreigners for 'Holy War' in Somalia
The Islamist militant group al-Shabab in Somalia has lost much ground in recent months to African Union and government forces. But analysts...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
China Confirms Detaining Two Canadians
Virgin Galactic Completes Test of Spaceship to Carry Tourists
Report: Iran Hackers Targeted US Officials, Nuclear Experts
World Cup, Avicii, Mac Miller Top Goggle Searches of 2018
Red, Yellow, Blue, Green: the Colors of Protests
Seoul Creates New Use for Waste
Threatened Australian Animal Back in the Wild for the First Time in a Century
In Rural Brazil, Termites Built Millions of Dirt Mounds
AI for Fun: Machine Learning Makes Caricature Faces
US Lowers Pakistan’s Rating on Religious Freedom List
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
American Stories - Short Story: ‘The Lady, or the Tiger?’
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