Israel’s PM: IS and Hamas Branches of Same Tree
Israel’s prime minister urged the international community not to allow Iran to develop its nuclear capabilities, and tied the Jewish state...
[中英对照] Treasure Hunters Seek 'Hidden Treasure' in Central Kenya
Could a cave in a small village in central Kenya be the site of buried treasure? A rumor of riches, left behind by colonialists, has some r...
US House Speaker: Congress Should Debate Authorization Against IS
As wave after wave of U.S. airstrikes target Islamic State militants, the speaker of the Republican-controlled House of Representatives says...
Britain Joins Fight Against IS Militants
After seven hours of debate Friday, British lawmakers voted overwhelmingly in favor of taking military action against the Islamic State. Low...
US Economy Rebounds Faster Than Expected in Second Quarter
The Commerce Department says the U.S. economy expanded at its fastest pace in more than two years - growing at an annualized rate of 4.6 per...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Sept. 27
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US-led Effort in Syria Likely to Face Long-term Challenges
As coalition airstrikes hit militant targets in Syria, President Barack Obama's administration is appealing for broader international suppo...
'The Star Spangled Banner' Celebrates 200 Years
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Ebola Also Strikes Great Apes
While efforts continue to contain the Ebola outbreak among people in West Africa, researchers have a new technique to study Ebola among the ...
Prolonged Droughts Threaten Renewed Famine in Somalia
Droughts and heavy fighting have brought Somalia close to another bout of famine, just three years after food shortages killed 260,000 peopl...
[中英对照] Russia's Food Sanctions: Boon for Some, Bust for Others
Russia retaliated against Western sanctions imposed for its actions in Ukraine by halting food imports from the West. The temporary import b...
Prolonged Drought Plagues Oklahoma Farmers
Parts of western Texas and southwestern Oklahoma have been in drought conditions for several years running and the deficit in rainfall has t...
[中英对照] USAID Provides $231 Million for Girls Education in 5 Countries
Hollywood stars Alicia Keys, Jennifer Garner and 30 others have voiced their support for a U.S.-backed initiative called Let Girls Learn. T...
[中英对照] Tensions High in Lebanon as US-led Coalition Strikes Syria
As a U.S.-led coalition begins bombing Islamist militant targets in Syria, tensions are soaring in neighboring Lebanon. Syrian refugees cont...
Ebola Weakens Liberia Food Security
Liberia has been the hardest hit country in West Africa’s Ebola outbreak with more than three-thousand cases. Fourteen of the country’s fi...
UN: Relocation of Bedouins in Israel Weakens Two-state Solution
Rural Bedouins living in disputed lands east of Jerusalem could soon find themselves forcibly relocated. While Israel defends the move as in...
[中英对照] Experts: Terrorist Recruitment of Foreign Fighters Poses Global Threat
Foreign fighters are flooding into Syria and Iraq in record numbers. Up to 15,000 foreign fighters from at least 81 nations are believed to ...
Researchers Work on 3-D Printing of Living Tissue
Three-dimensional printers are rapidly becoming everyday appliances, much like color printers a couple of decades ago. Increasingly, the te...
NASA's MAVEN Spacecraft Arrives at Mars
NASA’s newest Mars probe, called MAVEN, has successfully entered its designated orbit around the "red planet." Scientists will use its so...
Richmond, Virginia Torn Between Modernization, Historic Preservation
Before America's Civil War in the 1860s, the southern city of Richmond, Virginia, was home to the nation's second largest slave trading di...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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