Working-Class Anger Fuels Trump’s Popularity in Wisconsin
The campaign to collect more delegates on the road to the Republican nomination for U.S. president winds its way through the state of Wiscon...
[中英对照] Smart Cars for the Smartphone Generation
Automakers are taking their cues from smartphones, incorporating new services and features that work with a quick tap or swipe. The technolo...
Sub-Saharan Africa's Dependence on Child Labor Affects Development
As Sub-Saharan Africa strives to break the shackles of poverty, its population of nearly one billion people is hard at work.
Belgium’s Counterterror Struggles Underscore Long-Simmering Concerns
The scramble by Belgium’s security agencies following the Brussels terror attacks is putting the country’s counterterrorism apparatus unde...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending March 26
These are the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ending March 26, 2016.
DC Proposal: Pay People Not to Commit Crime
Murder rates are again on the rise in many major U.S. cities after years of decline. In Washington, DC, the number of homicides even reached...
US Lawmakers Offer Mix of Reactions to Obama's Cuba Visit
U.S. lawmakers have watched President Barack Obama’s trip to Cuba closely and have offered decidedly mixed reactions, with sharp disagreeme...
Domestic Workers from Myanmar Overworked in Thailand
In Thailand, thousands of unregistered domestic workers from Myanmar face daily abuse at the hands of their employees. But now, as Myanmar o...
Pakistani Migrants Could Be First Deported Under EU-Turkey Deal
The volunteer-run "Better Days for Moria" camp has hosted thousands of migrants arriving on Greece's Lesbos island, but its days appear t...
This Internal Combustion Engine is 50% More Efficient
Internal combustion engines in cars may be on their way out, but experts agree it will take a few decades before electric-powered vehicles b...
Company Develops Drone to Help Reduce Greenhouse Emissions
All pipelines, including those carrying natural gas, are prone to leaks, causing revenue losses and contributing to global warming. At prese...
EU-Turkey Deal Leaves Refugees Stranded in Greece
The deal struck Friday between the European Union and Turkey to try to end the flow of migrants to Europe, does not say what should happen t...
Obama's Visit to Cuba: Changing Everything? Or Nothing?
On Monday, President Obama will speak directly to the Cuban people from Havana in a speech that the Cuban government says will be broadcast ...
Largest Oval Blue Diamond to Be Auctioned in Hong Kong
An internally flawless blue diamond, weighing 10.10 carats, was the star attraction at a recent press event in London.
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending March 19
These are the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles Chart, for the week ending March 19, 2016.
US Voters Weigh in as Presidential Race Narrows
85-year-old Miami resident Marvin Cooper is not buying into the sentiment that all is well in the American economy.
Iran Official Warns of ‘Damage’ if Nuclear Deal Fails to Boost Economy
A senior Iranian official has warned that if Iran does not benefit from increased trade following the nuclear deal with the West, the conseq...
Chicago Board of Elections Reaching Out to South Asian Voters
Approximately 65 percent of the more than four million South Asians who live in the U.S. - those who can trace their heritage to Bangladesh,...
Drone Technology Opens Up New Options for Photographers
An interest in remote-controlled helicopters and a lot of practice helped Skye De Moya and Ross Shafer get their business off the ground in ...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending March 12
If you liked last week's lineup, you'll LOVE this week's Rihanna still rules the list with her latest single "Work," Justin Bieber, twe...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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Swimmer Michael Phelps Talks About Saving Water
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Ancient Finger Bone Found in Saudi Arabia is 90,000 Years Old
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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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