West Africa Ebola Vaccine Trials Possible by Early 2015
A U.S. health agency is speeding up clinical trials of a possible vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus that so far has killed more than 1,...
Cost to Raise a Child in US Continues to Rise
The cost of raising a child in the United States continues to rise. In its latest annual report, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says mid...
Chaotic Afghan Vote Recount Threatens Nation’s Future
Afghanistan’s troubled presidential election continues to be rocked by turmoil as an audit of the ballots drags on. The U.N. says the recou...
Growing Business Offers Paint with a Twist of Wine
Two New Orleans-area women started a small business seven years ago with one thing in mind: to help their neighbors relieve the stress of co...
Is West Doing Enough to Tackle Islamic State?
U.S. President Barack Obama has ruled out sending ground troops to Iraq to fight militants of the so-called Islamic State or ISIS, despite o...
New Russian Moves in Ukraine Challenge NATO
NATO, the United States and Ukraine say Russian forces are taking a more significant role in fighting in eastern Ukraine, bolstering separat...
[中英对照] Aging Will Reduce Economic Growth Worldwide in Coming Decades
The world is getting older, fast. And as more people retire each year, fewer working-age people will be there to replace them. Bond rating a...
[中英对照] Pachyderms Play Polo to Raise Money for Elephants
Polo, the ancient team competition typically played on horseback, is known as the “sport of kings.” However, the royal version for one ann...
[中英对照] Asian Bacteria Threatens Florida Orange Trees
Florida's citrus fruit industry is facing a serious threat from a bacteria carried by an Asian insect. The widespread infestation again hig...
Coalition to Fight Islamic State Could Reward Assad
The United States along with European and Mideast allies are considering a broader assault against Islamic State fighters who have spread fr...
'Bad-Mannered’ South Africans Go Back to School
When people find out what Courtenay Carey does for a living, their body language changes.
Top 5 Countdown for Week Ending Aug. 30
This is the Top Five Countdown! We’re celebrating the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart, for the week endi...
Search for Positive Change in Ferguson
A grand jury in Missouri continues to hear evidence in a case involving the fatal shooting of an African American teenager by a white police...
Artworks Tell Story of American Culture, History
Allies Days, May 1917, an impressionistic scene of flags fluttering over midtown Manhattan, was painted by Childe Hassam to celebrate the Un...
Stigma Stymies India’s Leprosy Battle
Medical advancements in the treatment of leprosy have greatly diminished its impact around the world, largely eliminating the disease from m...
Chinese Doctors Use 3-D Spinal Implant
A Chinese boy suffering from a debilitating bone disease has become the first patient with a part of his spine created in a three-dimensiona...
Uneasy Calm Settles Over Israel, Gaza Strip
As an open-ended cease-fire took effect beginning Tuesday night, ending seven weeks of hostilities, Palestinians celebrated in the streets o...
Northern California Quake: No Way to Know When Next One Will Hit
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake rocked northern California’s Napa Valley on Sunday. Roads twisted and water mains burst. It was the wine country...
Ebola Threatens Food Security
The Ebola epidemic is raising serious concerns about food security in Liberia -- the country hardest hit by the outbreak in West Africa. Th...
[中英对照] 'Next Generation Leaders' Head Home After US Experience
Nine young people from around the world have been spending the past year in the United States - learning the ins and outs of local governmen...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Indonesian Opposition Movement Accuses President of Being ‘Authoritarian’
Study: DNA Tests Can Identify Ivory Traffickers
Bangladesh Opposition Demands Release of Leader Before Election
Former US Nuclear Center Now a Wildlife Refuge
UN Meeting Will Address World's Most Deadly Infectious Disease
Why the U.S. Supreme Court Is So Divided
Special Team Helps Amnesty Identify ‘Deepfake’ Videos
Virtual Reality: Digital Treatment for Real Pain
Yemenis Starving as Aid System Fails
Congolese Musicians Get Political for December Elections
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
American Stories - Short Story: ‘The Lady, or the Tiger?’
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