Russia Accuses NATO of ‘Provocative’ Actions
Russia has accused the United States and NATO of what it called "provocative" statements as the crisis in Ukraine unfolds alongside a NATO...
[中英对照] Racial Comments Spark Outrage in Sports Community
Basketball fans are criticizing racial remarks allegedly made by the owner of the National Basketball Association's Los Angeles Clippers, D...
[中英对照] US, EU Impose More Sanctions On Russia For Actions in Ukraine
The United States and European Union have imposed more sanctions against Russia, saying Moscow has failed to fulfill its commitment to work ...
50th Anniversary of a Language That Changed the World
May 1 marks the 50th anniversary of a special computer language aimed at enabling college students not trained in mathematics to use compute...
Auschwitz March Highlights Worries about Anti-Semitism in Hungary
Amid concerns about the rise of extremist parties in Europe, around 10,000 people from around the world took part in a march Monday between ...
US Experts See Growing Desire to Curb Outsourcing to China
For years, Chinese companies have sold far more goods in the United States than American firms sell in China. This trade deficit hit $318 bi...
Science, Technology Festival in Nation's Capital Inspires Students
For one of the world's most technologically advanced nations, the United States sorely lacks scientists and engineers. The USA Science and ...
Grassroots Activists Awarded Goldman Environmental Prize
Grassroots environmental activists from six regions of the world were awarded with the 2014 Goldman Environmental Prize in San Francisco Mon...
Ukraine Separatists Rally as Unity Backers Meet Putin Foe
Hundreds of separatists rallied Sunday in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, while a smaller group of unity supporters met with a Russia...
New G-7 Sanctions Against Russia Expected
The United States and its G-7 partners are imposing new sanctions against Russia. Existing sanctions have not altered Moscow’s posture towa...
Iraqi Elections Coming Amid Surge of Violence
On April 30, Iraq will hold its first national election since U.S. military forces withdrew from the country in 2011. The voting will take p...
Obama to Visit Malaysia Amid MH370 Criticisms
President Barak Obama heads to Malaysia this weekend, where the host government’s handling of the disappearance of the Malaysia Airways fli...
[中英对照] Kerry Accuses Russia of Ignoring Geneva Agreement On Ukraine
The United States has accused Russia of orchestrating armed resistance in eastern Ukraine. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Thursday warne...
Summit Pledges to Save the Oceans
The summit on protecting the world’s oceans ended Friday, with a call to tackle the major threats of climate change, overfishing, habitat l...
Chinese Rejection of Some GMO Corn Worries US Farmers
Since November, China has rejected more than a million metric tons of U.S. corn, citing the use of a certain trait of a genetically-modified...
Mandela's Shadow Still Looms Over South Africa Elections
One of the most prominent figures in South Africa's general election isn't even running: the late Nelson Mandela. As the man who led the A...
Project to Save Endangered Orchids Blossoms in Florida
Many gardeners around the world consider orchids among the most beautiful flowering plants. There are more than 20,000 species of orchids, a...
Top 5 Countdown for Week Ending April 26
We’re counting down the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart, for the week ending April 26, 2014.
Online Job Postings Seeing Rapid Growth
Applications for unemployment benefits jumped in the United States to a seasonally-adjusted 329,000 last week, up 24,000 from the week befor...
Detained American Provides Glimpse Into Chinese Forced Labor Practices
An American Fulbright Scholar who was arrested in China for stealing spent eight months assembling Christmas lights in a detention center.
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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