US Economy Rebounds Strongly in 2nd Quarter of 2014
The U.S. economy grew at rapid pace from April to June, rebounding at an annualized pace of four percent after a dismal winter that saw the ...
[中英对照] Trade, Investment, Growth Are Key Issues at US-Africa Summit
Business leaders from African nations are visiting key U.S. energy and transportation facilities, seeking ideas and contacts to solve proble...
Scientists Redouble Efforts After AIDS Virus Rebounds in 'Cured' Baby
A baby in the United States who was seemingly cured of HIV - after receiving powerful drugs at birth four years ago - recently tested positi...
Immigrant Influx on Texas Border Heats Up Political Debate
Immigrants from Central America continue to cross the U.S.-Mexico border in south Texas, seeking asylum in the United States, as officials g...
Urbanization Can Bring Health Risks
New research shows urbanization may be bad for people’s health, unless planners develop cities that allow healthier lifestyles and environm...
Jews and Arabs Campaign for Peace on Facebook, Twitter
Abraham Gutman, an Israeli Jew, and Dania Darwish, a Syrian-American Muslim, met in a global politics class at Hunter College in New York, a...
What Determines Who is Really a Refugee?
As thousands of children crowd U.S. detention centers, officials struggle to deal with the situation.
Planning Post-2015 Development
The U.N. Millennium Development Goals are due to expire at the end of next year. Debate is underway on what should replace them. One U.N. of...
Young Migrants From Central America Risk Life and Limb to Get to US
For the tens of thousands of young people from Central America trying to enter the U.S. illegally, the trip north is fraught with hardship a...
US Ambassador: Advanced Weapons on Russia-Ukraine Border
The United States says it expects to pass another round of tough sanctions against Russia over its alleged involvement in the conflict in ea...
Religious Freedom Report Highlights Displacement, Repression
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says countries that undermine religious freedoms ultimately threaten their own security.
UN Panel Meets on Global Aging
This week, a U.N. panel opens a three-day meeting on the ageing of the global population. It’s part of a process that could lead to a new i...
Vietnamese Staging Chinese Product Boycott After Oil Rig Spat
China recently pulled an oil rig from an area of the disputed South China Sea that Vietnam also claims. Despite the action, the incident has...
ESA Spacecraft to Land on a Comet
After a long flight through deep space, a European Space Agency probe is finally approaching its target - a comet millions of kilometers awa...
In Honduras, Amnesty Rumors Fuel US Migration Surge
False rumors in Central America are fueling the current surge of undocumented young people being apprehended at the U.S. border. The inaccur...
[中英对照] MH17 Crash Investigators Hampered by Fighting in Ukraine
A team of international crash investigators and police officers was forced to cancel a visit to the site of the downed Malaysia Airlines pla...
[中英对照] Clock Ticking for Congress to Act on US Border Crisis
This week is Congress’ last chance to respond to a surge of undocumented children arriving at America’s southern border before U.S. lawmak...
President Asks Central American Leaders to Help Stop Migrants
President Barack Obama met with leaders of three Central American nations Friday to ask for their help in stemming the flow of thousands of ...
AIDS Conference Wraps Up with Focus on Research, Progress
In 20 years, the International AIDS Conference has ballooned from a gathering of some 2,000 scientists at the inaugural 1985 meeting in Atla...
Top 5 Countdown for Week Ending July 26
This is the Top Five Countdown! We’re taking a look at the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart, for the week...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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Restaurants to Offer Free Food from Leftovers
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