Independent US Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, a self-described socialist and one of the most outspoken liberals in Congress, will seek the 2016 Democratic nomination for president, he told US media on Wednesday.
Beijing has urged Washington to "stop sending wrong signals" after US President Barack Obama backed Japan's claim over China's Diaoyu Islands and accused China of "flexing its muscles" in the South China Sea.
China's Fosun Group is on the lookout for mature companies in the US and Europe with strong brands and products and services that can be exported to China's marketplace, according to amanaging director at the conglomerate.
Asian countries are investing heavily domestically in an attempt to become international hubs in higher education to compete with the United States and Europe, according to a new book released by the Institute of International Education.
Although White House officials stressed that the state visit by Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe is about the US-Japan partnership, China was the nation that they mentioned most frequently during their joint press conference in White House on Tuesday.
Chinese-American and Korean-American protesters rallied in Washington and San Francisco on Tuesday, calling on Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to apologize for Japan's atrocities during World War II.
A Chinese student found herself amid the Baltimore riots, but she was able to escape unharmed a day before thousands of police and National Guard troops fanned out to enforce a new curfew and prevent further violence in the city.
In the 1950's Baltimore was the sixth largest city in the United States with a peak population of nearly 950,000. Now the riot-hit metropolis ranks 26th on that measure and scores as one of the less equal American cities when measured by income and educational achievement.