Moldova's Corruption Blocking Its Path to European Future
Corruption scandals have tainted Moldova's pro-European leadership and boosted support for pro-Russia parties that argue for closer ties wi...
Suspense Builds Before Super Tuesday Contests in Presidential Race
In coming days, Americans could have a much better sense of who will be this year's Republican and Democratic presidential nominees.
Flint Residents Struggle to Cope with Ongoing Water Crisis
In a tree-lined neighborhood in Flint, Michigan, the arrival of the American Red Cross disaster truck is a welcome sign of relief outside of...
FIFA Elects New President in Bid to Clean Up Scandal-hit Image
Football’s (soccer's) world governing body FIFA has elected a new president after its former leader, Sepp Blatter, was forced to step down...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Feb. 27
We’re counting down the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ending February 27, 2016.
With Migrants Blocked at Border, Greece Recalls Vienna Envoy
Greece has recalled its ambassador to Austria, following a dispute over the migrant crisis. Recall followed a Vienna-hosted meeting with Ba...
For Both Parties, South Carolina Primaries Loom Large in Presidential Race
Because South Carolina's presidential primaries are the first in the southeastern United States, experts say they are one of the most impor...
Website Claims Russian Battalion-owned Missile Downed MH17
A team of investigative journalists claims to have evidence showing that the missile that shot down a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine in Jul...
Virtual Reality Goggles May Be Next Must-Have
The real-time counter on the GSMA Intelligence website shows the constant rise of mobile phone subscribers worldwide.
Pain-relieving Skin Patch Does Away with Side Effects
A clear skin patch called TEPI delivers the painkiller ibuprofen right where it hurts. While pills can cause stomach upset, the patch does n...
Tensions, Violence Rise in Ukraine
Violence in eastern Ukraine is on the rise again after relative calm during the winter. Recent reports from the contested Donbas region say ...
[中英对照] Myanmar: Rohingya Children Losing Future Without Education
As Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy steps into power in Myanmar this month, one of the big questions is whether the Nobel L...
Smartphone Cements its Supremacy in Mobile World
At the annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the smartphone is king.
Asian-Americans Await Possible Supreme Court Nominee
Ever since the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, names of his possible successor have been circulating in Washington and throug...
Battle for Achin Rages On; Afghan Govt. Reports Dozens of Militants Killed
A military offensive against Islamic State in the Achin district of Afghanistan's Nangarhar province continued Friday for a fourth day, cle...
Welsh Company Promises More Affordable Hydrogen-Powered Cars
"Green" cars, powered by electricity from either rechargeable batteries or hydrogen fuel cells, are already on the market, but still too e...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Feb. 20
We’re counting down the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles Chart, for the week ending February 20, 2016.
‘Race’ Chronicles Triumph, Struggles of Track Star Jesse Owens in Segregated America
When U.S. track star Jesse Owens won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, it damaged Adolph Hitler's propaganda on Aryan s...
Social Media Offers Young Voices a Platform During Uganda Election
This presidential and parliamentary campaign cycle has already been dubbed Uganda's first social media election.
Uganda’s Faithful Discuss Priorities in Upcoming Election
As Ugandans get ready for Thursday's presidential and parliamentary elections, people of faith have been praying for both the elections and...
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