Google Unveils Prototype Self-Driving Car
U.S. technology giant Google made a step forward in its push for self-driving cars by unveiling a prototype without any manual controls. Goo...
Record Number of Foreign Students in US Seek Hard-to-Find Jobs
Each year America attracts thousands of foreign students seeking a college education and work experience. Staying in the U.S. after graduati...
US, Iran Push to Meet Deadline on Nuclear Deal
International efforts to limit Iran's nuclear program have entered a new phase with the outline of what a final agreement might look like. ...
Oil Boom Transforming Rural North Dakota
A relatively new drilling technology that allows oil to be extracted from the earth through a process called hydraulic fracturing, or "frac...
NGO Urges SEC to Act on Transparency
A watchdog group is calling on a U.S. agency to act quickly to ensure transparency in the oil, gas and mining sectors. If new rules are fina...
Stepping Away from Classics, NY Philharmonic Celebrates New Music
If your idea of a symphonic concert is a program of music by dead classical European composers, think again.
Alaska Scientists Work to Save Polar Bears
For decades, humans and global climate change have been threatening the existence of polar bears. Scientists in Alaska are working hard to s...
[中英对照] Obama Europe Visit to be Dominated by Ukraine
President Obama heads to Europe next week on a visit that will focus on Russian actions in Ukraine.
[中英对照] Taxes Provide Best Incentive to Stop Smoking
A lot of smokers start using cigarettes when they are teenagers, only to find later on that they can't kick the habit. It's a huge public...
Egypt's Sissi Crushes at Polls, Turnout Questioned
Egyptian officials say preliminary results give former Egyptian army chief Abdel Fattah el-Sissi a sweeping victory in his presidential bid ...
Health Concerns Push Sedentary Office Workers to Their Feet
You can’t tell by looking at her, but Michelle Baxter suffers from chronic pain in her muscles and joints. She now spends her work day stan...
Solar Concept Car Could be Future of Sustainable Transportation
At the turn of the 20th century, electricity, steam, and gasoline were all vying for supremacy in terms of powering automobiles. Today, cars...
Assad Re-election Virtually Assured
Syria is holding the first multi-candidate presidential election in its history. But, experts see almost no chance that President Bashar al-...
Dumpster Life: US Project Shows Less Can Be More
A Texas college professor wanted to teach his students how people could live with much less than what the average American consumes, so he d...
Oral Cholera Vaccine is Success in Guinea
An oral vaccine for cholera has proven to be highly effective and could change the way future outbreaks are controlled. The medical aid grou...
South Korea Makes New Rules for International Marriages
Tens of thousands of South Korean men have married foreign women over the past decade. According to government statistics, however, many of ...
Internet Networks Promote Sharing Economy
People are sharing their work space, cars, and even their homes. The trend is called the sharing economy and it is changing the way some peo...
[中英对照] Chinese, Mexican Americans Share Similar Immigrant Experience
More immigrants live in the western state of California than anywhere else in the United States. Among the largest immigrant groups -- eit...
PLO's 50th Anniversary Subdued
The Palestine Liberation Organization is marking the anniversary of its founding 50 years ago, but any celebrations are subdued.
Analyst: Chechen Fighters Sent to Ukraine On Russian Orders
Ukraine's presidential elections have not restored peace in eastern Ukraine, where pro-Russian separatists continue to fight for independen...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Africa's Baobab Trees Are Dying
US Navy Gives Women Permission to Let their Hair Down
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New Company Puts Robots in Seniors' Homes
Scientists Risk Heat, Gas to Study Hawaii Volcano
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Scientists: Spiders Use Electric Fields to Move through Air
12 Russians Accused of Hacking Democrats in 2016 US Election
Close to Finland, NATO Troops Train for Battle
Football Fans at World Cup Experience Russian Food
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