[中英对照] Ebola Vaccine Trials Underway in West Africa
Ebola has claimed the lives of more than 10,000 people in West Africa. Since last summer, researchers have rushed to get anti-Ebola vaccines...
Gamma Ray Observatory to Open Soon in Mexico
American and Mexican scientists have completed construction of the world's largest gamma ray observatory, situated high in central Mexico’...
High-Tech Motorbike Helmet's Goal: Improve Road Safety
In cities with heavily congested traffic, people can get around much faster on a motorcycle than in a car. But a rider who is not sure of hi...
World Leaders in Singapore Sunday for Lee's Funeral
Dozens of world leaders will be in Singapore on Sunday for the state funeral of the small country's first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew. Le...
[中英对照] Philippines Wants Tourists Spending Money at New Casinos
Tourism is a multi-billion dollar industry in the Philippines. Close to five million foreign visitors traveled there last year, perhaps lure...
New Wheelchair Is Easier to Use, Increases Mobility
For many disabled people, the only way to move around is by using a wheelchair. Those who cannot afford powered wheelchairs propel themselve...
[中英对照] Documentary Tells of Last Astronaut to Walk on Moon
In 1972, Eugene Cernan and two fellow astronauts began what would become the last mission to the moon, Apollo 17.
[中英对照] US, South Korea Conduct Joint Drills
The Eighth U.S. Army Division and the Eighth Republic of Korea Mechanized Infantry Division put on a well orchestrated show of force for the...
Cambodia Inaugurates Memorial for Genocide Victims
On Thursday a memorial was unveiled in Phnom Penh to the thousands of men, women and children who were brought to Cambodia’s notorious S-21...
Cambodian Land Grabs Threaten Traditional Communities
Seoung Sarat survived several bloody Cambodian regimes and civil wars. But only when his country was at peace was he shot and lost a leg.
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending March 28
These are the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart, for the week ending March 28, 2015.
Ice Hockey Exhibit Provides Slick Lessons in Science
Children learn about science from teachers, from TV and from museum visits. They can also learn about science from sports. Angles, friction,...
Somalis, After 2 Famines, Still Face Food Insecurity
After decades of conflict, experts say that the humanitarian crisis in Somalia remains among the worst in the world.
Morocco Claims Dismantling of IS-linked Terror Cell
Moroccan authorities say they have dismantled a militant cell, linked to Islamic State, that was planning to murder public figures and secur...
[中英对照] Obama Announces New Funds to Expand Science Education
President Barack Obama has announced nearly a quarter-billion dollars in new pledges to support the study of science, technology, engineerin...
Uganda Hospital Program Helps Former Tuberculosis Patients
People cured of pulmonary tuberculosis often continue to have problems breathing, while poor living conditions contribute to their continued...
[中英对照] Lobbyists Press for US Dollar Coin, Despite Public Resistance
With America's national debt continuing to climb, Congress is constantly debating ways to save money. The Dollar Coin Alliance, a lobbying ...
Business, Farming Go Greener to Protect Nairobi Water Supply
In a unique pairing of business interests and conservation, a new water fund is launching in Kenya to better-protect Nairobi's main source ...
California Science Center Tells Story of Ancient Scrolls
The manuscripts known as the Dead Sea Scrolls were uncovered in the mid-20th century, and they are still yielding clues about life and relig...
Planting for Peace
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization said farmers in Central African Republic are in urgent need of seeds and tools. Several years of ...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Swimmer Michael Phelps Talks About Saving Water
Cambodia TV Station Forms Unusual Partnership with China
Get Ready to Have Your 'Mind Blown!’
Ancient Finger Bone Found in Saudi Arabia is 90,000 Years Old
A Mole Among Trolls: Inside the Internet Research Agency
'Paul's Case,' by Willa Cather, Part Two
Black Men Arrested in Starbucks Call for Action, Not Anger
US Orders Engine Inspection after Deadly Airplane Accident
Babies Now Permitted on US Senate Floor
Russia Urges Study-Abroad Students to Come Back Home
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
American Stories - Short Story: ‘The Lady, or the Tiger?’
Science in the News - Ancient Footprints Let Experts Step Back in Time
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