[中英对照] Somali Hotel Chain Owner Strives to Make a Difference
Many in the Somali diaspora are returning home to make a new life despite the continuing risks. Since 2011 when a military campaign against ...
Iranian FM Says Committed to Getting Final Nuclear Deal
Iran’s foreign minister said a nuclear deal between his country and the six major world powers is an "opportunity that should not be misse...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending May 2
We’re counting down the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles Chart, for the week ending May 2, 2015.
Study: Give ARVs After Male Circumcision
Male Circumcision has been proven to slow the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa. But a new study shows that in the short-term the surgical techni...
On The Scene: Generosity Overwhelms Quake-Stricken Nepal
Time is running out to find more survivors of Saturday’s huge earthquake in Nepal, which the country’s prime minister estimates could have...
Kerry Visits Iranian NY Diplomatic Residence
In a sign of how much U.S.-Iranian relations have thawed as negotiations over Iran’s nuclear file progress, U.S. Secretary of State John Ke...
UN Head: Mediterranean Migration Worst Humanitarian Crisis Since WWII
More migrants have been brought ashore in southern Italy, after the visit Monday by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to an Itali...
High School Students Compete in Robot Building
Call it the geek Superbowl. Six-hundred and eight teams of high school students from 40 countries competed last week in St. Louis, Missouri,...
Film Ex Machina a Reflection of Social Anxiety in Computer Era
Ex Machina, an intelligent and sleek sci-fi drama by first time director Alex Garland focuses on the relationship and power play between a f...
Replica of Prehistoric Cave Opens in France
A detailed copy of a cave containing the oldest figurative drawings made by Europe’s prehistoric inhabitants opened over the weekend [April...
[中英对照] Ten Years After Riots, France Searches for Answers to Neglected Suburbs
The terrorist attacks in France in January and fears of more to come are casting a spotlight on the country's neglected suburbs. Home to ma...
[中英对照] 'Forbidden City' Revisits Little Known Era of Asian-American Entertainment
When Arthur Dong was growing up in San Francisco in the 1950s and 60s, he used to walk by a nightclub just outside of Chinatown.
‘Angel of the Migrants’ Helps Desperate Syrians Arriving in Europe
Waves of migrants are continuing to arrive on the shores of southern Italy from North Africa. After their dangerous journey across the Medit...
Jolie Appeals for Syrian Refugee Action
Actress Angelina Jolie Pitt, U.N. special envoy for refugee issues, told the Security Council on Friday of the suffering of Syrian refugees ...
Data Servers Could Heat Private Homes
As every computer owner knows, when their machines run a complex program they get pretty hot. In fact, cooling the processors can be expensi...
Baltimore Sees Fifth Day of Police Protests
Hundreds of protesters gathered Thursday in downtown Baltimore, in the eastern U.S. state of Maryland, to again demand changes to the justic...
[中英对照] Left for Dead on Battlefield, Ukrainian Officer Recovers at US Military Hospital
A Ukrainian Army colonel, badly wounded while fighting Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, is undergoing rehabilitation at Walter ...
[中英对照] Obama: Climate Change Cannot Be Denied
Home to both crocodiles and alligators, herons and hundreds of other animal and plant species, the Everglades National Park in Florida hoste...
Abe Visit Hails New Phase in US Japan Relations
U.S. officials say Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to the United States next week will be historic, signaling a new phase in the...
Migrants Trek Through Western Balkans to Reach EU
Migrants from Africa and other places are finding different routes into the European Union in search of a better life.
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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