Final US Congressional Approval Expected for Ukraine Aid
As diplomatic efforts continue in hopes of containing the crisis in Ukraine, the U.S. Congress is expected to finalize an aid package for Ky...
Russia Completes Military Takeover of Crimea
Russia has completed its military takeover of Crimea, as the Ukraine crisis continues. There also are reports that Moscow is amassing milita...
Hagel Prepares for Week Focused on Asia
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is preparing for a week of meetings that highlight the U.S. pivot to Asia. Starting Tuesday, he hosts def...
China's Naval Power on Display in Search for Missing Plane
China's participation in the international search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is giving its military a rare opportunity to o...
Maryland Company Sends Locator to Plane Search
Experts say no one will really know what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 until the black box - the flight recorder - is retrieved. ...
Economists Divided Over Venezuela's New Forex System
In the midst of ongoing anti-government protests, the Venezuelan government has introduced a new currency exchange system to reduce the soar...
Turkey Internet Curbs Don’t Hurt Erdogan
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s efforts to shut down the social media network Twitter and the video-sharing website YouTube h...
Polio Chased From Southeast Asia
A swath of territory from India to Indonesia has been declared free of polio, a crippling and sometimes fatal disease. The World Health Orga...
'Green Seal' Teams With Hotel To Help Environment
Many businesses are adopting green practices and products, and business owners say not only is it good for the environment, it is also good ...
In Rwanda, Reform Progressing on Many Fronts
In a checkout line at Kigali's Nakumatt shopping center, employees pack groceries in paper bags.
UN General Assembly Rejects Crimea Annexation
Among countries abstaining were China and several African and Latin American countries; Ten countries sided with Moscow including Syria, Nor...
US Landslide Death Toll Grows
The death toll from a large landslide in the western U.S. state of Washington has reached 24, and rescue workers are continuing their search...
Obama Meets Pope Francis
President Barack Obama and Pope Francis have met for the first time at the Vatican.
IMF, International Community Step Up Aid for Ukraine
Around the world, support for Ukraine’s battered economy is gaining ground. On Thursday, the International Monetary Fund agreed to a two-y...
[中英对照] Ukraine-Russia Tension Hampers Chernobyl Cleanup
The tensions between Russia and Ukraine have begun complicating the ongoing cleanup at the site of one of the world’s worst nuclear disaste...
US Calls for Egyptian Voting Free From Intimidation Following el-Sissi Bid
Egyptian General Abdel Fattah el-Sissi's decision to run for president comes as the United States is pushing Cairo to improve its treatment...
New Maryland Rail Line Stirs Up Holocaust Reparations Debate
During World War II, France’s state-run railway the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer Francais, or SNCF, transported thousands of Jews t...
Experts: Syria's Foreign Fighters Negatively Impacting Anti-Assad Fight
International efforts to stop the fighting in Syria have failed to end the conflict, as rebel fighters and the Assad government battle on wi...
Report: US Essential for Global Health
A new report says while big budget battles in Washington may be over for now, adequate funding to fight HIV, TB, malaria and other diseases ...
Breaking Through Barriers in Hollywood
Achieving success in Hollywood is difficult. For actors with disabilities such as hearing loss, it is even tougher, since roles for the deaf...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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China Confirms Detaining Two Canadians
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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
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US Lowers Pakistan’s Rating on Religious Freedom List
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