Governor Haley: No Guantanamo Detainees Wanted in South Carolina
With only about eight months left in office, President Barack Obama is still trying to fulfill his campaign promise to close down the U.S. d...
Ivory Coast Pays Final Tribute to Congolese Music Legend Papa Wemba
Before the body of African music legend, Papa Wemba, was taken to the Democratic Republic of Congo for burial, International and local artis...
Smart Home Camera Detects Intruders
Many homes today are fitted with security cameras and sensors to alert the owners if someone is moving on their property, be it a family mem...
While US Lags on Paid Maternity Leave, Some States Make Progress
While the United States is the only developed country in the world that does not offer paid maternity leave for new mothers, both of the cur...
Somali, AU Forces Face Resurgent Al-Shabab
The Islamic State militant group claimed its first ever attack in Somalia earlier this week, though the claim has not been verified. Meanwhi...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending April 30
These are the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ending April 30, 2016.
Russia’s TV Rain Swims Against Tide in Sea of Kremlin Propaganda
Television, where most Russians get their news, has increasingly been under pressure in Russia. It is now almost completely state controlled...
Fusion Reactor Still in Works
All today’s nuclear power plants make energy by thge splitting of uranium atoms -- which creates a lot of useful heat but also a lot of dan...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending April 23
These are the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles Chart, for the week ending April 23, 2016.
Famine Threatens Parts of Sub-Saharan Africa
Many parts of Asia, Africa and the Americas are scorching in heat caused by a cyclical phenomenon known as El Niño. The unusually war...
Photographers Document 'World in a ZIP Code' US Community
During the current presidential campaign, anti-immigrant sentiment seems to have grown in the U.S. But for one community outside the nation...
Yemenis Escaping Conflict Flee to Somaliland
In an unusual development, people from war-torn Yemen are fleeing to a region whose own citizens have been scattered over the world by decad...
Debate Over British EU Exit Heats Up
The rival campaigns officially kicked off this week in Britain ahead of a referendum scheduled for June 23 on whether the country should sta...
Upcoming Elections Energize Young Voters in New York City
Young people's opinions on US presidential candidates are as diverse as the city itself.
New Delhi's Street Children Publish Newspaper
Newspapers occasionally write about the plight of children living in the streets, but a group of homeless kids in India's capital New Delhi...
Farms Go Digital: Food Startups Connect Farmers to Foodies
When it comes to food, it's said that we are what we eat. And lately, what we eat is getting fresher and healthier. The farm-to-table movem...
Ivory Coast’s All-female Band Breaks Social Barriers
For nine young female musicians in Ivory Coast, breaking into the male-dominated music industry wasn’t easy. But their group, Bella Mondo, ...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending April 9
Flo Rida returns to fourth place with “My House,” after dipping to number five last week. He and Dr. Dre are facing a lawsuit by the chari...
[中英对照] African-American Women Entrepreneurs Weigh in On US Election
Anne Segal remembers driving past the for-sale sign outside an ice cream shop in Laurel, Maryland, and telling her husband she wanted to try...
Spanish ‘Smart’ City Project Saves Time, Money
As life in cities worldwide becomes more hectic and more expensive, urban designers are resorting to modern technology to help citizens avoi...
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
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S. Korean President Calls Sex Slave Deal with Japan Problematic
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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
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