Questions Surround Bitcoin Future
There are troubling questions about the future of the digital currency known as Bitcoin. The value of the virtual currency has fluctuated wi...
Growth Forecast Prompts Hope for End to Euro Crisis
The European Union has revised upward its forecasts for economic growth. The news comes as Greece aims to secure another slice of its bailou...
Hollywood Gets Ready for Oscars
They are rolling out the red carpet on Hollywood Boulevard, getting ready for the Academy Awards, or Oscars, Sunday night. The annual film h...
Ukraine's New Government to Work on Economy, Reconciliation
Ukraine's parliament voted to approve the country's new leadership Thursday, amid protests by some who believe the government is being for...
Uprising Opens Doors for Ukrainian Women
Ukraine's protest movement, that led to the ouster of the government last week, involved many women in both traditional and non-traditional...
China Mekong Dam Project Generates Growing Controversy
China has the greatest number of dams in the world, though its plan to construct a dam on the cross-border Mekong River is increasingly crea...
Ongoing Turmoil Undermines Egyptians' Mental Health
The violent aftermath of the Arab Spring in Egypt is taking a toll on the mental health of ordinary Egyptians. And with no end in sight to p...
[中英对照] US, Britain to Step Up Efforts to Curb Sexual Violence in Conflicts
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his British counterpart, William Hague, are adding their weight to the international effort to stop s...
American Schools Shift From Suspending Students
There is a growing trend in U.S. schools to re-think the way students are disciplined for bad behavior, including finding alternatives to pu...
Top 5 Countdown for Week Ending March 1
This is the Top Five Countdown! We’re training our gaze upon the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart, for th...
Pioneering Asian-American Jazzman Recalls Musical Journey
Gabe Baltazar is one of the few Asian Americans to achieve worldwide acclaim as a jazz artist. The versatile musician played saxophone and ...
[中英对照] Obama Rethinks Policy on Syrian Civil War
The Obama administration appears to be rethinking options regarding the civil war in Syria following a deadlock in peace talks, the rapidly ...
Critics Choice: Top Oscar Nominees
The Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, are the most highly anticipated annual awards of the film industry. About a billion people wor...
[中英对照] Kerry Says There is No Let Up in US Asia Pivot
During last week's trip to Asia, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry worked to reassure allies about the Obama administration's commitment ...
Venezuelans Divided on Who to Blame for Economic, Social Woes
Continuing anti-government protests in Venezuela are posing the greatest threat to the socialist government of President Nicolas Maduro sinc...
Ukraine's Younger Generation Seeks New Direction
Ukraine is a very different country than it was just a week ago, following a protest movement led by young people who overthrew the Russian-...
[中英对照] Western Nations Scramble to Stabilize Ukraine
Western countries are joining forces to put together a financial aid package to help pull Ukraine out of its political and economic crisis. ...
Q&A with Joy Lawn: Kangaroo Mother Care
A mother’s touch really cam save a child’s life. That’s the claim behind Kangaroo Mother Care. It’s when a pre-term or low weight baby i...
Washington Week: In Election Year, Congress Unlikely to Tackle Tough Issues
The U.S. Congress gets back to work Monday after a weeklong break. Despite recent action to pass a federal budget and raise the nation’s de...
Iranian-Born Artist Explores Cost Of Egypt's Revolution
The work of Iranian-born artist Shirin Neshat, whose photographs, films and video installations deal with gender, politics and religion in t...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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Two Presidents, Too Little Food for Venezuelans
60 Dead, 300 Missing After Dam Collapse in Brazil
US Official: Talks with Taliban Bring Sides Closer to Ending Afghan War
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