Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Aug. 1
We’re celebrating the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart, for the week ending August 1, 2015.
Astronauts Train Underwater for Deep Space Missions
Manned deep space missions are still a long way off, but space agencies are already testing procedures, equipment and human stamina for oper...
[中英对照] Booming London Property Market a Haven for Dirty Money
Billions of dollars of so-called "dirty money" from the proceeds of crime, especially from Russia, are being laundered through the London ...
Report: Ebola Fueled by Distrust
As health officials in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone struggle to eliminate the final cases of Ebola, a new report said some hard lessons ...
'Metal Muscles' Flex a New Bionic Hand
Artificial limbs, including the most complex of them – the human hand – are getting more life-like and useful due to constant advances in ...
Scouts' Decision on Gays Meets Acceptance in Founder's Hometown
For years, Boy Scouts from across the United States made an annual pilgrimage to Ottawa, Illinois, which proudly promotes itself as the “Ho...
Special Olympics Athletes Meet International Friends
The Special Olympics are under way in Los Angeles, California, with athletes from 165 countries taking part in an event that gives people wi...
Russia Accused of Abusing Interpol to Pursue Opponents
Russia is abusing the global law enforcement agency Interpol by requesting the arrest and extradition of political opponents, according to a...
'New York' Magazine Features 35 Cosby Accusers
The latest issue of New York magazine features 35 women who say they were drugged and raped by film and television celebrity Bill Cosby. The...
Kenya Joins HIV DREAMS Project
Kenya will be getting new support to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS among adolescent girls. President Obama announced Sunday that Kenya would be...
Special Olympics Set to Open Saturday
More than 6,000 athletes from 165 countries have gathered in Los Angeles for the Special Olympics, a competition for people with intellectua...
Kenya's Entrepreneurs Seek Bump From Obama Visit
An artisanal businessman working in Kenya's informal job sector said he hopes U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to a global entrepreneur...
Paris Rolls Out Blueprint to Fight Climate Change
Many local governments in France are not waiting for a U.N. climate conference in December to set plans to fight heat-trapping greenhouse ga...
50 Years Ago Dylan Goes 'Electric'
Fifty years ago this weekend, singer/songwriter Bob Dylan took the stage at the Newport Folk Festival and delivered a performance that got h...
Marvel Comics Introducing Biracial Spider-Man(蜘蛛侠)
Whether it’s in a comic book or on the big screen, fans have always known the man behind the Spider-Man mask as Peter Parker. But that is ...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending July 25
This is the Top Five Countdown! We’re working through the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ...
California Welcomes Special Olympics Athletes
Cities and towns in Southern California are greeting thousands of athletes who are arriving for Special Olympics, a competition for people w...
Latvia Garbage Dump Helps Grow a Tomato Farm
Latvia is not among countries whose latitude makes it suitable for growing moderate-climate vegetables, such as tomatoes. But, through cleve...
PrEP Improves Lives of HIV Infected
During the more than 30 years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the overwhelming majority of infections have happened during sex. Much has been done...
As Japan Pushes Forward Expanded Defense Bill, Protests Follow
The Japanese government is moving forward with a controversial security bill that would authorize the military to fight abroad for the first...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Chinese Companies, Government Accused of Sex Discrimination in Hiring
Saudi Women Buying More Makeup
Muppets Bring Middle East Version of ‘Sesame Street’ to Refugee Children
Former President George H.W. Bush Recovering from Infection
What to Expect in Korean Talks
How US Travel Restrictions Are Affecting Families
A Lifetime of Exercise Slows Aging Process
Native American Tribe Battles to Keep Land
New AG School Teaches Secrets of Farming
Developing Nations to Study Ways to Block Sunshine, Slow Warming
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
American Stories - Short Story: ‘The Lady, or the Tiger?’
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