[中英对照] At Climate Summit, Hope for Emissions Deal
Four thousand seven hundred meters above sea level lies the Tibetan Plateau, known as "the roof of the world." Its glaciers are the source...
Russia Sanctions Turkey as Syria Coalition Efforts Fizzle
Russia is preparing sanctions against Turkey and stepping up military strikes over the downing of a Russian bomber along the Syrian border.
Analysts: UK Airstrikes in Syria Won't Turn Tide Against Islamic State
British warplanes are already conducting airstrikes on Islamic State (IS) targets in Iraq. That operation, Prime Minister David Cameron told...
Islamic State Unfazed by Losses in Iraq, Syria
Progress in the U.S.-led effort to beat Islamic State on its home turf in Iraq and Syria has led some to speculate the terror group may be g...
[中英对照] If a Climate Agreement is Reached, What Happens Next?
The main expectations from the two-week United Nations Climate Change Conference about to begin in Paris are that the outcome should be a co...
Tree Houses - A Branch of American Dream
Away from parents, above the crowd, enjoying total freedom -- having a tree house can be every little kid’s dream. It can be anything from ...
Thais Send Security Concerns Down the River
As Thailand takes in the annual Loy Krathong festival, many ponder the country’s future and security.
Belgium-Germany Border Remains Porous
One of the suspected gunmen in the Nov. 13 Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, evaded law enforcement, made his way to Belgium, and is now believ...
[中英对照] US Retailers Gear Up for Holiday Shopping Season
It's the most profitable time of the year for retailers, accounting for 20 to 30 percent of annual revenue.
Mali Hotel Attack Another Blow to an Already Struggling Economy
The terrorist attack on an upscale Bamako hotel killed 21 people. But there may be another victim as well -- the Mali economy. Heightened se...
Revolutionizing Power in Refugee Camps Could Save Lives and Money
Millions of dollars and thousands of lives could be saved by overhauling the way energy is provided to refugee camps, according to a new rep...
Kurds Seek Reconstruction Help After Liberating Sinjar
Kurdish forces backed by U.S. airstrikes liberated the city of Sinjar in Iraq from the Islamic State terrorist group earlier this month, and...
[中英对照] Mali Hotel Attack Blamed on Armed Groups' Power Game
Mali is entering three days of national mourning following the terrorist attack that killed at least 19 people Friday at a hotel in the capi...
Electronics Make Driving Easier, Safer
New cars increasingly use connected technology, and incremental improvements in automotive electronics are making cars safer and smarter.
Ebola Outbreak Shows ‘Major Reforms’ Needed
A panel of experts says major reforms of the global health system are needed - if the world is to avoid a repeat of the Ebola epidemic that ...
[中英对照] New Research May Hold Clues About Preterm Births
New information may someday help prevent preterm births, the world's number one killer of young children.
Cross-Border Terrorism Puts Europe’s Passport-Free Travel in Doubt
The fallout from the Islamic State group's terror attacks in Paris has put the future of Europe’s passport-free travel area, known as the ...
[中英对照] Study: Underage Marriage Higher for Females Than Males in Pakistan
While attitudes about the societal role of females in Pakistan are evolving, research by child advocacy group Plan International suggests th...
[中英对照] El Niño Brings Unexpected Fish From Mexico to California
Fish in an unexpected spectrum of sizes, shapes and colors are moving north, through El Niño's warm currents from Mexican waters to ...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Nov. 21
We’re lighting the fuse on the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ending November 21, 2015.
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Restaurants to Offer Free Food from Leftovers
World's First Nuclear Fusion Reactor 50 Percent Complete
New Year's Traditions Around the World
2017: A Year Marked by Disaster, Violence
How Will You 'Ring in the New Year?'
S. Korean President Calls Sex Slave Deal with Japan Problematic
Those We Said Goodbye to in 2017
'Feathertop,' by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Ukraine, Pro-Russian Forces Trade Prisoners to Mark the New Year
90 Percent of Kenyan Students Failed Secondary Exams
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
American Stories - Short Story: ‘The Lady, or the Tiger?’
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