Egyptians Seek New Markets After Devastating Year for Tourism Industry
The shores of Sharm el-Sheikh are usually packed during the holiday season. But after a Russian plane that had taken off from here crashed ...
Robotics, 3-D Printing, Drones Lead 2015 Tech Innovations
The waning year’s advances in computer hardware and software, mechanical devices, sensors and artificial intelligence brought the world ano...
[中英对照] Self-driving Robots May Someday Deliver Packages
Having a deliveryman bring items to your home may become a thing of the past one day.
Goat Mowers – A New Way to Eliminate Unwanted Plants
Washington’s historic Congressional Cemetery has adopted a new method of weeding – which is both cost-effective and environmentally sensit...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Jan. 2
In this week's Top Five Countdown we’re celebrating the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles Chart, for the week e...
Young Athletes Program Helps Kenyan Kids With Intellectual Disabilities
Living in a Nairobi slum is not easy. Electricity is scarce, clean water expensive, sanitation poor, and quality education hard to come by.
Across Africa, 2015 Has Been a Lean, Hungry Year
Hunger hit Africa hard in 2015 as climate change, conflict and enduring poverty ravaged multiple countries and left tens of millions of peop...
[中英对照] Malawi Prison Band Nominated for Grammy
For the first time, a Malawian band has been nominated for a Grammy Award, and it's not just any band. It's a group from the Zomba maximum...
Virtual Reality Applications in Medicine, Security on Horizon
For now, virtual reality is still mostly associated with video games. But computer chips that process video images are getting better and be...
Obama: Iran Nuclear Deal Top Ten Achievement of 2015
The nuclear deal struck between Iran and six world powers in July ended decades of negotiations and setbacks, and has been hailed by U.S. Pr...
New York City Faces Epidemic of Working Hungry
It's Christmastime at the South Bronx apartment of Jose and Oleyda Gutierrez.
[中英对照] Migrant Crisis Poses Unprecedented Challenge for Europe
As of November, some 800,000 refugees and migrants from the Middle East and Africa had crossed the Mediterranean to reach a safe haven in Eu...
US Lawmakers: Iran Missile Tests Undermine Nuclear Pact
U.S. lawmakers said Thursday that Iran’s continued missile tests had cast doubt on the viability of an international nuclear accord with Te...
Study: Male, Female Brains Not That Different
A new study shows that human brains do not fit neatly into 'male' and 'female' categories. Instead, most contain features from both.
Yemen Cease-fire Broken
Pro-government and rebel armed groups in Yemen have accused each other of breaking the U.N.-mediated ceasefire just hours after it came into...
Researchers Seek Ways to Help Damaged Brains Heal
Using powerful microscopes and imaging devices, Rice University researcher Amina Qutub can observe brain cells in a glass container and the ...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Dec. 19
We’re counting down the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ending December 19, 2015.
Le Pen Vows Strong Return Despite Far Right's Failure in French Election
France’s far right National Front Party has failed to make gains in regional elections, despite coming out on top in the first round of vot...
[中英对照] Paris Climate Pact Triggers Partisan US Reactions
Americans are digesting a global climate accord that is dividing Washington along predictable partisan political lines.
California Muslims Share Grief, Healing with Neighbors
Residents in California are remembering the victims of last week's terrorist shootings in San Bernardino, which claimed the lives of 14 peo...
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
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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
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