Couples locking lips took over a large part of New York City's Times Square on Friday as they re-enacted an iconic photograph of a US sailor kissing a woman taken 70 years ago during a celebration in the square marking Victory over Japan Day (V-J Day).
Twenty high school students from Shanghai participated in an innovative program last week with 16 students from Connecticut to learn first-hand about American and Chinese business, entrepreneurism, global trade and leadership.
Telecommunications powerhouse AT&T Inc has provided extensive assistance to the US National Security Agency as the spy agency conducts surveillance on huge volumes of Internet traffic passing through the United States, a newspaper reported.
A summer stay with American families is ending for 30 Chinese orphans with special needs. All will return to China, but about two-thirds of them have found parents who want to adopt them, May Zhou reports in Houston.
Hillary Rodham Clinton has agreed to relinquish the personal email server she used while serving as the top U.S. diplomat, as part of an investigation into an issue that threatens to remain a significant distraction for her presidential campaign.
Washington has launched a war of words over cybersecurity against China before President Xi Jinping's US trip next month, a move that analysts say attempts to set the agenda for the state visit and put pressure on Beijing.