JD.com Inc, China's largest online direct sales company, on Monday launched US Mall, a new channel on its JD Worldwide cross-border platform dedicated to selling US products to Chinese consumers.
The UN Security Council voted unanimously on Monday to endorse a deal that monitors Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief.
An aerial view of the collapsed elevated section of Interstate 10 in Desert Center, California, July 20, 2015.
The UN Security Council endorsed the landmark nuclear deal between Iran and major world powers, kicking off a process to lift UN sanctions on Iran.
Nearly 40 overseas universities now accept Chinese college entrance exam scores as their admission criteria, state broadcaster CCTV News reported.
US President Barack Obama announced on July 1 to re-establish diplomatic ties with Cuba.
Cuba's blue, red and white-starred flag is set to fly outside the country's diplomatic mission in the United States for the first time since the countries severed ties in 1961.
A rare summer storm allowed firefighters to contain 60 percent of a wildfire that swept across a California interstate highway, torching vehicles and sending people running for their lives.
Firefighters battled brush fires burning in Southern California's drought-parched foothills, fire officials said.
Ride-booking app Uber said on Thursday that a $7.3 million California fine handed to one of its subsidiaries for not turning over internal information about rides was "deeply disappointing".
Polar bears are the kings of the ice surface covering the top of the globe, but the ongoing loss of the Arctic sea ice on which they hunt seals is causing summer food deprivation that threatens these imposing predators.
Former US president George H.W. Bush fractured a bone in his neck when he took a tumble at his oceanside summer home, but he suffered no neurological impairment and the injury will be allowed to heal on its own, which is expected to take three to four months, officials said Thursday.