[中英对照] Kerry Heads to Paris in Hopes of Restarting Mideast Talks
The recent escalation in violence between Israelis and Palestinians suggests that conflict has become the status quo for both sides.
Twists and Turns Aplenty in US Presidential Race
Even as Americans pause for this week’s Memorial Day holiday, much attention is focused on the presidential contest, where almost-daily twi...
Are US Central Bank Officials Signaling Imminent Rate Hike?
Members of the U.S. Federal Reserve may be bracing financial markets for a possible rate hike, and the indications are it could happen soon.
In US, EgyptAir Disaster Prompts Renewed Focus on Aviation Security
Washington is refocused on aviation security after last week’s EgyptAir disaster over the Mediterranean that killed all 66 on board the fli...
Syria Support Group Wrestles with Ending Syrian Conflict
The International Syria Support Group has stepped up efforts to help stabilize Syria with new provisions that would exclude repeat cease-fir...
Young Minds Solve a City's Old Problems
Every city has its problems, and hopefully is always looking for unique ways to solve them. One eastern U.S. city is hoping the creativity a...
In US Campaign, Trump Media Frenzy Continues
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has kept a lower public profile in recent days, but remains a focal point of the na...
Business Survey Indicates Limited Hiring Over Next 12 Month
Bank of America's 2016 survey of small-business owners indicates there is widespread uncertainty and anxiety about the country's economic ...
Mysterious 'Bump' Baffles Fermilab Scientists Probing How World Works
It can't be seen with the naked eye, and it requires the power of the world's largest and most complex machine to find it. Yet it could ch...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending May 14
These are the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ending May 14, 2016.
Scientists Warn AI Can Be Dangerous as Well as Helpful to Humans
Artificial intelligence, or AI, no longer simply exists in science fiction movies and books. Scientists warn AI has and will continue to cha...
[中英对照] Doctors Unveil Potential New Tool to Fight Brain Cancer
The blood-brain barrier is a natural defense system that prevents harmful substances in the blood from entering the brain. Doctors may have...
US Presidential Candidates Sour on Free Trade
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton have spoken out against the Trans-Pacifi...
Scientists Expect ‘Unexpected’ from Largest Ground-based Telescope
The mirror of the Hubble Space Telescope that gave the world stunning pictures of deep space is about 4.5 square meters.
More Than a Dozen Arrested in Pakistan Honor-killing Case
More than a dozen men have been arrested in Pakistan for the death of a teenage girl whose body was found in a burned-out van.
Growing Asian-American Community Could Influence US Elections
The expanding number of Asian-American voters in the United States doesn’t necessarily translate into political clout in U.S. elections, ev...
Online App Teaches Girls Computer Coding
Women face obstacles in the male-dominated field of computer technology, but new initiatives are teaching girls to write computer programs. ...
EU Visa Block Threatens EU-Turkey Migrant Deal
Turkish citizens could soon benefit from visa-free travel to Europe, as part of the deal between the EU and Ankara to stem the flow of refug...
New Urine Test Offers Quick, Painless Check for Malaria
The Nigerian government is encouraging use of a new home test kit to diagnose malaria, in hopes that citizens don't assume they have the di...
US Sees 1st Zika Death Amid Funding Stalemate
The first known death from the Zika virus on U.S. territory was reported Friday as lawmakers left Washington for a weeklong recess. Neither ...
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
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